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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 3 June 1904

t '?2wlRliiiS """"" " it i MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY JUNE 3, 1001. Mlddlotown Chips A. M. LafTrity has been ap pointed rurnl cartlar to succcod J. T. Hunt, nnd will anumo his duties In n few days. Ills tlnugh icr, Miss lioKo, Is his substitute, Mrs. Charles Smith, who had been In St. Louis under medical treatment for the lire months, re turned to her homo In this plnco Monday, much Improved In health. Leslie. Alwnrd, after nn nbsenco of several years In California, Is at homo again hero and will not ro turn west until August. Oscar DrIMtell pulled In Monday from California, nfter a ten week's stay In that state, lto was sick much of tho time whllo there, and lout DO lbs. In weight. Ho will probably remain hero. Archlo Hall hns been employed to teach tho Cuhvcll school, six miles north of town, tho coming fall nnd winter, nt SIS per month. Joe Farmer, whllo chopping In tho timber last Mondny, laid down his ax nnd took up his gun and killed twenty-onu squirrels In tho one patch of ti...

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. — 3 June 1904

lAnolhcr club woman. Airs, Haute, of Edgcrlori. Wis., tells how she was cured of irregulari ties and uterine trouble, terrible pains and backache, by the use of Lydia E. I'inkham's Vegetable Compound. "Dkah Mm. rraxnAHi A whllo n?o my liraltli lr gait to fall liccniiM of fm.ilu troubles. Tlio doctor did not lii'lniiK'. I rrini'inlwrrd lliatiny motlirr lad used l.jilln K. I'liiKlmm'rt Vr(S'(illilo (.'million lid oil many oc casions fr Irri'irularltlc and utcrtna triullili-n, nml I felt Hum Unit It omiM not Imtiii nm at any rata to giro It a trial. " I was. certainly (jl.nl to find lint within a m-ct 1 felt murli Ixittrr, tlia Imitdu piilm In th lnrk nml slda rru Ix'Kinnlnir to erase, nml at tlia tiim ut menstruation 1 1I1 not li.iro nearly nn nerlnus a limn ai heretofore, so 1 tontlniii'il Hi iiso for two mouths, ami nt tho ami of that limn 1 was llliu n new woman. I really liavo never fell U'ttcr In my life, li.iro not li.nl a kirk licndaelm slnee, ami wiIrIi 50 imumla luoru than I ...

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. — 3 June 1904

rrlaea tor DIseoTerr. I Alfred Nobel, a wealthy Swedish In Ttntor, linn kit a bequest amounting to nbout fS.OOO.uOO, to lie Riven In lirllci that "ill amount to $18,000 or $50,003 each, to successful competitors In the higher, better fields of the world's hu inanity anil progress. There are rich prlcn to those making the moat Inf imrtnnt illKciicrlc In the science o( physics, medicine, chemistry, phy. alolngy; to the best lilcul literary uorki to the bent real mean to promote the fraternity of nations and the enil of wars. There In no discrimination ni to nationality In thU commendable com petition) the fat prizes ore open to nil. N. V. Bun. lit pined "Do you remember Hint big dlamouil necklace that Mine. Spaghetti bousted nbout so much?" "Yen." "Well, they weren't illatuonda nt oil." 'Weren't they?" "No. She married Bcnor Chrystal, tha glass enter, J oil remember?" rYcu." "Well., be got liungty In the night milt ate the diamond necklace." C'Icvc land l'lalu Dealer, Cosy Corners. Th...

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. — 3 June 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. FIUDAV, JUNK :, 1UOI. WADA8H TIME TABLE. Weal lUnini), St. fcmla. Num .Mnnlinitiiiry. tin I J- 1;ltl a. in lo:4S . m Nn.S O.CHI.. II A .Ul9ii.ni N. -3:li.i.ri . .4;W ,,,, Mu.l-ronp.in U:ti. in N.i.r-IO.Ili.in U.I1. m Va1 HiiiiimI . Ir M.V,im ty. Airlm In HI, Uiult $'!-hV;?lt: !-, Iisoi,. n. no. iSJiu. a - .. m7. ... .: .ifa, President Lincoln's Address at Gettysburg. "Four scoro and seven years ago our fathers brought fortn on this continent a now nation, con eolved In liberty, and dedicated to tho proposition that all man arc created equal. Now wo aro en gaged In a great civil wan testing wfirthor that nation, or any nation so conoolvod and so dedicated, can long onduro, Wo aro met on n groat battlcllold of that war. Wo httvo coma to dcdloate a nor- Hon of that Hold, as a final rotting placo for thoio who havo glvo their Uvea that tho nation might live. It Is altogether lilting nnd proper thai fro ijh9"tl. Jo thbj, ''Hut, In a larger aen.o, wo call ii. . neonm, ...

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. — 10 June 1904

'it t 'rjw' - 'l in MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eight rages 10 Columns. VOL. XII. NO. :5. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOUM, Fill DAY, ,11'XH 10, 15)01. 41 fU) A VKAH 0 EDITOR CHIPS, HUNT, ETC. Tho Mlddletown Chips Is deter mined to crowd Itself nnd nominee J. T. Hunt boforo the public, and to this end shied mora splint ers at tho Thhiu.nb Inst week. This contemporary of ours seems to Imagine thnt nominee Hunt Is badly In need of a defender-nnd from current report wo guess ho Is so It proceeds to denominate tho TltlliUNB as a would-bo guard ian, wet nurne, butter-In, and nays Mlssourlnns can run their own business without such carpet baggers, etc. Such assertion as theso nro lltonly for boys, blulTrrs, .and tho man without an argument. 'Who appointed our Chips political boss, and on whnt sort of meat doth this our mnstcr feed to mako htm so great. If ho hns a pat ent on tho politic of Mont gomery county let him show up. But ho has'm, and Instead only has a political record which shows that ho hns be...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 10 June 1904

MILITARY PARADE. A military parade, starting from tti Administration building nt one o'clock. suit iiecchc nt the building v. cm Iho features i(f llio dedicatory exercises. Tun parada Included it detachment of police, company lit Jefferson guards, (Iranel Marshal Wnnl, ndjutnn t-gnoral of Indiana, nnd rtnff, Philippine on slablary band, battalion of Philippine rotislahuary, Company J I, Second regi ment. New York national guard; Wll on Light Infantry, Culver military band. Culver military cadetn, (iov. WlnlleM T. Durblti nnd staff, members of the Indiana commllon and RUti, Kentucky atato college, cadets, Virginia polytechnic Institute hand,' Virginia ixilylechnlc Institute cadets, Missis sippi agricultural college cadets, Iul-lnn- Halo esdlege cadets, Maryland ng rliiiltural eollcgo cadets, Ohio Wesley an cadet'. The parade passed through thn "main plrturu" formed hy tho exhibit pikices ami through tho 1'lateau of States to the Indiana building, nhTn it wai re viewed hy (lor, Dnrbln...

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. — 10 June 1904

1'ol.M.hr.l lr tub tiiiium: i-iii.ntimi co. JIONTCOMMtV. Missouri!. A QUESTION OF CONSCIENCE. BY JAMES HAItVEY SMITH. It Is lllllinst impossible ti) ex plain why a mini nf Intelligence should exchange ease for dlscnin fort mid plenty for iirlviillnii. It Ik admitted tlmt the imly reason why one Hhoiihl toll Is the pros pect of future rent. To simply se cureennugli food to nitty thcstniu licit mid clothlligtiu-ovcrthebody need not rciiulre more than a day's work In a week, mid see what a sim ple shelter will hIiIoM us from the season's changes. Hut we ate nine parts luxury mill only one of necessity. There tuttft lie curtnliiH ami carpets to shut out nlr and catch dust; orna mciili'il walls ami pictures to hide f lim ; gewgaws ami gliiici'ticks williout number. Kxpcnsos 1 11 -ciense with revenue, u ml the goal of rent ami content pel petunli.v te- CCllcs. I linre Jiollred t lut t women are nut worrlcil In xiii'li n Hllimtlon. Their entire life Ik a slate of nerv ous uureKt ami lliey ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 10 June 1904

MONTW rjubllHlii)U livory nv THI! TKIItUNI! PHINTINC1 CO.. II. C. AMIIIAIKill, HJIIor .V MaiiR'r. Uuliaorlntlnn In Ailvnnoo. Ons Copy, One Year $ I'lionc " FUIDAY, JtJNU 10, l!H)l. rOH 8HEHIFF. JOHN M. IlllUI.I.MI.i'f IIIiIhi IiiiiiI, hi-n tu' niitniiiiu ri Iiliiir1r n it cmnllil'tti' for MtrtnT nf M.Mitit..rm ry Omiily, mlilivl In llm ilrrh lt.n ill ll. Ib-iiulillann Uoiloly Ciilitri'liU'iii. Mil Ciiiiinii -Vim olll iiliii niiiniiiiit my iiiiniit ii m-jimlliUli' f..r Hn-rllf if MimiIkiimi rty tninil)T, miIiJm-I I" llm ilifl.l.m nf lln' Ii-iiitillriiii Oiiinly rinirriilli.il. lltlllll.K Ilium. JOHN J. SIXIUtlT. "f MmiHiiliirry limn slilji, Iwri'liy niuiiitim!- l.liit.f in ft I'mi 1II1I.1I11 nr Mii tlir nf Miniliroiiiity I'minty. sillijul In II... il.i'UhHi nf lint lli'liuhllnin Oitllity t'limsllllull. The Self-Indicted Party. It Is announced that Mr. Folk will shortly proceed to tit. Joseph Krldny. jtonmiliit In preventing tho endorso- I mental Cook nnd Allen In Hue I hnnnn cntinty....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 10 June 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE, Fill DAY, JUNK 10, 1001. Rhlnoland Hocorda. A picnic will bo given on tho Catholic Church groundx near Case, Monday, Juno i:i, (or tha benefit of tho church. Wm. Luckslngcr, of near Ul Spring, tiled Tuesday evening nf tcr a lingering Illness of cotmunp tlon. Minn IIomIo Dickey, of Amurl- cu8, boarded tho train nl thin plaro Mondny for St. Charles, whero olii) will upend novurnl days 'with relatives and friends. ' Corpus ChrlstI procession will be ! held nt Starkcuburg, Sunday, ' Juno l'Jth, Instead of on Thursday, June 2nd. Owing to tho bad roads I tho choir of Montgomery City will J not bo present. I Ida, tho l(l-ycar-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Itortnmn, of nenr Amcrlcus, died last Thursday, ( morning, nfter an Illness of several weeks of Inllnmatory rheumatism. I About :)V) Pilgrims from St. Louis rnmu up on thu excursion I Sunday morning, and despttu thol inclemency of tho weather and high creeks, (piltu n number of' them drovo to Stnrkcnburg and 1 Hpen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 10 June 1904

CHARLES S, DEER Illinois State's Attorney Chosen For Governor Ily Republicans. GOVERNOR YATES WITHDRAWS Hip l!ntl CitMii on llii Plent' .Mnlli llnll.il, tlrr Alum. I n llonll. "I llnril Wee. lloMrrrliitf. fiprlimlVI.I, III., Juno I 1 1 jr making a iniuhlnnllon wild Charles 8. I Kin on, I. V. Merman, I litlmml J, llntnlln ami JiiIiii II. I'lcru Hov. Ynlin hrokn Ihe doaillmk III Hi" ri pillillrnii slain rim vcntlon nml hrnuithlnhoul Hip nomlna lion of Denocn for fiovernor. The nom ination was tn.nln un Ihu ttetenly-nlnth, hillot, which alooili Dciki ii 037'! Lowiler. Warner 21 Villi 1 Tim ronihlniillnn wrui Ilm result of n terlo of lonferenrps ulilili with Mil Lint Miiiiil.ty, nml whlili with I'.irllrl- IMlnl III hy Ynliw, Dotieeli, llntnlln, Hlierninu anil I'lorrn The nitrei'tnenl li.i'l nut I'l-Hi coniuimnialeil when llin timvpiiHon ini't nl I in o'llork Frlilny mnriilni:, nml tlin Yntci nml Dwelt khiio fiirrcil a rem, until : . in. Then I ho imrllm In tlin innililnillnn ihh ntnl fl...

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. — 10 June 1904

8. r IJnmlileil Atmr III" Slater, At I'l.r time when two Chryelints got 1o Ratnblinif. one lot! and hick seemed to lc nunii.it lilm. After 1;.- hud lust iviry piece of property he hail, In ilea, juration he put up filler and lout her. Tim nrou-ril prcut Indignation tliruiiKli tlie trlli. . Inn minne lutlniiteil Hint Hie unfortunate pirl ahould not mt mill lite ns I lie wife of tlic man who had won her In n (runic uf eiirda. Our 20 j curs iiro the writer wn aiipcrln tcnitf lit nt I lie Arapahoe I11II1111 nhn.il ut I ).i rllntrli'ii iIurliiR n pi Hod of flic jrnrs llurtu? till - time not 1ms than four jottm." Inilinn women cuine tu the schnul, niUlei(f admittance nml prolcc lion from iiurrlnr;rs Hint vicrr almut lo be forcril iipt.n Hum. The protirlhin was Rl". 11. ami the yotinir tinmen nftcr word 1. ..irinl neeordinir lo their tutu choice S'llCe Hll'll HieaC trllies Imle been urndit illj hriakinfr away from tlii'lr un.'.'Hi.il ruitoms 11 11 1 1 1 now Ihcy nrc tnnri Iril with lir law...

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. — 10 June 1904

IIIUI1 I UUIIIbll I MIUWMtil l'lUDAY, JUNK Hi, IWI. ! 1 Voice of tho Peoplo. j Local Option Election. ANOTIII2H STI2I TAKI-N. Your chairman went to Mont gomory City Momlny to Invostl gntc the propriety of presenting our petition at thin tlmo. Vo found Hint the ccnsim hml been completed mid filed Into Hits second ilny of June, My Inwyer, Col. Wnrncr Lewis, asked to sco It tho next ilny mill wiih told by tho clerk Unit ho hnd onion not to let i iinyoiio M'ii It until It hnd hern ncted on by tint city council. On ' Knluidny nltcrnonn thu council j met mid npprorcd tlm rrport which j Minus the enormous totnl of LTO'I oilmen duly subscribed mid sworn to before Ihu city clerk. I.ntor In Ihu evening onn of tho council i-nw Mr. l.owls mill told him Hint ho could soo Hint census how, mid ho proceeded nt oneo to loolc over tho lint. When I cmno down on Monday I wentnt onco to Investl- (nte tho lift mid found It very unintelligible. Hut In order to preserve tho Immortal composl tlon I secured ...

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. — 17 June 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eight Pages 40 Columns. VOL. XII. NO. :Mi. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, ,WSK IT, l'.IOI. si fHt A VKAI! Local Briefs. Bote ball goods nt Fuller's. It. II. Hallcy nml wlfo visited tho "World's Fair this week. Ilsnouso talking, Wccms' Laun dry beats 'cm nil. Fuller, ng't. Tho county court adjourned Tu esday afternoon to meet hero gain July 11. Harry Hibb and Henry Grlftln of Minneapolis nro visiting 1)r Hudton and family. Mrs. Moggie Mnylinll has sever al nice rooms to rent, sultablo for houso keeping. A. W. LnlTcrty, prosecuting at torney, has been nt Columbia tills week, nsslutlng In tho trial of some bucket-shop arrests. Horaco Stephens of this city Is now telegraph operator at Collins vlllc, III. Ho Is n son of Dr. and Mrs. O. W. Stephens of this cUy. On Monday morning W. W. Hobcrts, Chns Wilson, N. A. Wilton, J. K. llarlcy and J. W. Bnrlcy left for a weeks fishing trip on Culvre. Tho question now ls.whowlll bo appointed Judge Ilnrnctt's succcs nor for I'...

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. — 17 June 1904

TJIETO IBUsTC. I'cMI-linl Itr Tin: thiiiim; rniNTi.Mi to. MONTGOMIHIY. JllSSOCltl. Caul.. Pohlivjcff say It would Ilk lW,0(rmii'wllli magnificent artillery tii rnpturt I'nrt Arthur. It would be like tho dtcelinil Japanese, to turn up mliliTTty "villi liotli tho inin ami H o trtlllery., ,,: Tli'j eronran who said sin would not buy a Miisvcnlr lunik, of J be World' fnlr, chilli; n n rnimou th.it sho would inly tjml out llin thing nh had mlivil, trald lo the vnstnes of the extiunltlon n tribute which no orator Into surpassed. & - Thn rncnl dee-lnlem of n flt. houls Judgo In thn case of n m.tn Indicted for ImixniiiK tho frco exercise of the fr.iti rliltn.lii ofri-ct declare that the roniiect Hl.l" ivo it tin no right In approach. Inn Uie polls Hint thiii; nnd hlrci tough din Iniund to respect. SuifTliilimlint S. M. McCownn of th World' fair Indian ichool nays that fierorjb;ii'i never wn a grcit warrior, hut wa thn chlcl plll-mlxcr of tt.o Ain'll.i. It N probably Inin that (li'ronbi'...

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. — 17 June 1904

...J THE WONDERS OF THE WORLD AT ST. LOUIS They Arc to Be Found in the Great Palaces and Alona "The Pike." St. 1au1 Karl) visitors tn tlie lana Purchato exposition hate found at S Louis an exposition so nearly torn plc'to that they have In no way misted the few minor details that were unfln lilicd on the opening day, and which have ilnce been completed, tn fact In an exposition of tuch proportion! a till It uould bp ImiMiMlhla to dlscotcr a thousand llltlc detail that Blight lack comtilctlon. Weather condition were against the exposition management for n few dai preceding Iho opening. Now every thins It fatorahlc, and the- great fair Is entirely complete, a completeness, wn mm repeat, that Is rn enormous that It l nil but Impossible to comprehend what It has meant to thn builders. The last vestige of scaffolding that for a few days surrounded some of the leu Im portant buildings has been torn away; the. last wagon load of refute hauled from the grounds; every Huttcr and shrub the la...

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. — 17 June 1904

MONTG I'ubllisliml ISvory Friday. uv- TMH IKIIiUNB PKINTINU CO.. II. C. ASIHiAIJOII, EJItor ft M.injs'r. Siibnurlptlon In Advnnon. One Conv. Ono Year I'liono )t. l'HIDAV, JUNK 17, 11101. Candidate announcements. ron BHcmrr. JOHN' M. IHAVI.I.MI.lif lllilm-lanil.hwliy iiiiih.iiii. tlrlli,.. l( .nnill.l ill' li.r Un rllT ..f MniilmiiiH'jy OiuiiO.miIiJh'I liilliii.i-lf ..ri i.t I1.i- Ili'iiiil.lli'BM Hniiilr llilltnilliin. .Mil i:iHTiilll--Viil Kill plinM-n iilimiliijf . ii uraiii! i all- fur !. I rTf liiiilK"in vtt 1'iiiiutjr, ulijiii Hi llm ilivl.lim "( llm ili miIiIIhii Oiunljr ('mm-iitltiii. IIkimik IKIlirl. JOHN J, M.CIUIIT, iif MiinlminnTy ! fl.ll. Itoiliy nniMitiiM'i lilniM'lf n n run. Mil iln fur Mh riff of .Mnniimiii rr Omiiljr. ul'J.vl in II.hiI.vI.Ii.h nf Hm IU'iu1illi'un r.iuiily CiiiivviiIIiiii. FOII COLLEOTOII. liill.l.A I,. Wr.iT. nf I'rulrli- Hnilili In n lijr HiiiMiiiiH-i liliiiM'lf it it ntiiilliliitu for Oillirtnritf MiMiltfnini-ry ('iftinl), mil.Jn'l In llii'ilirM'tn...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 17 June 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, JUNK 17, 10OI. Huso. Mox Wnlthor shot a rattlo Bnnko last week that was six feet long nnd had sixteen rattlcn. Mrs. ltachcl Green well has been Tery sick (or some tlmo past, nnd at present teems no better. She Is tho mother of Abo and Ston t Orcenwcll. C. M. Coon recently made n business trip to Hermann and Now Haven. Ho saw a Rood deal of the country about New Haven and reports grain and fruit pros pects good In that locality. While thoro ho was shown through tho blR nursery, owned by J. Itagby & Sons, which covers nearly 100 ncrns of land and contains over two million trees, besides many plants nnd vines. Strnwljcrry growers about Huro nro very busy now and their busy tlmo Is not over yet. I.co Worlcy, Henry Llonbcrgcr, l'otor Motx and Chris Ilnusor havo sold a good many crates of strawberries in New Florence nnd Montgomery City. Freddie Cook and Kinnm Zlmmcrmnnn havo been picking for Mr. Molx, nnd Fiddling Jcsso and Jumping Jack havo been picking n...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 17 June 1904

,-!- 1' t 1".- 1 1 IIm'.'i Ji l J" 1 OLD LIBERTY BELL IN ST, L The Old Relic Given a Noisy Wei coma Upon Iti Arrival. ESCORTED TO WORLD'S FAIR I 1 1 llll.t,Jl - 1 miss uuiiuiKiT. it linimiiiuit club woman ol Savannah, (la., (ells how slicwns entirely cured of ovarian (roubles by the use of I.ydial:. Pinkliam'sVexclnl)!': ' Compound. Dkaii Mna. I'ltniiAiti I heartily, rttitiiiriicnil l.jilli. i:. INiililmm' Yi'tjcitiililo '"iiipounil hi Cterltio 1 Toiilo ninl lli'unlal'ir. I Miffrrctl fur , four years with irregularities and 1,'lrrlnn trouble. - No ona lint tlici.o win) Into cxpcrlcnrcil this dreadful , eitony ran lurm any wra o mo piiyai rnl nml mrntal misery those rmlura who arn thus nflllclcd. Your Viw luliln Compound cured inn wllhln three, month. 1 win miiy rcslorcu lo health ami alrrnzlli, ari't novr my tiorloiU Arc rrirular unit -lalnlcai. Vliht a Menilnir It In In lo ablo to iljtalu nudi n remedy when mi tinny doctor full to liclp you, I.jilln 1;. J'liililiiim'M V'ii'liillo('...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 17 June 1904

STEAMER CANADA IN A COLLISION Strikes a Coal Collier and Quickly Goos to the Dottom. FIVE LIVES WERE LOST Al Hie Time ol Hip Colli. Inn There Wrrv Oaer n llllllilreil 1'na tenners uti Itnnr.l I lie I'mimla. Montreal, Que. June 13. The Hlche lieu & Ontario Co.'s steamer Cjinda bound from Qucliec for Muntre.il, came Into rolllrdon with tlm Dominion Coal Co.'a collier Capo llreton tlx miles to low t-iorel early Sunday. Twenty mln ntca Inter the Cnnndn wont to the kit torn. At the time of the lolllalun thro were 1 1 people on board the Cjnada Kite Aero lent; the othera were res sued. Those who perished were: Alfred Thlbcautt, ticket agent of tho compiny nt (Juebee. Two loot of Alfred Thlbeault.iiKed 13 and 15, 1'urser Ilonncterre, of the Canada. A limn ii runt l llrunet, of Korvl, l m-mlntr, and It la auppocd that he r- lalicd. The ri'ltliliin occurred Jim a dawn wn hnnlilnp. Thn Cape llretnn lay it the entrance of tho l.nt.0 HI. IV I r channel, v.'nlllni for dnytlKht, to a tii find...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 17 June 1904

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