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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 24 June 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eight Puues -40 CoIuiuiih. VOL. XII. NO. 37. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JUNK 21, 1001. $1.00 iAMSSk. Local Briefs. ft Miss ltusscl Solomon of St, XouW Is visiting Mra. U. M. Hush and family. Miss Clara Whltcsldo returned Jinroo last week from an extended visit to Sinter, Mo. All kinds of mntcrlnl for pickles, ni Milton Jones Hon. Champ Clark says ho will bo In Wellsvllle, Juno 21, nt tho St. John's day picnic, and mako a epcoch. Tho Montgomery bnso ball team defeated tho Warrcnton team at this placo Sunday by n scoro of 1(1 to 0. Mrs. K. D. Gentry Is visiting rel atives nnd friends In Washington county, and the Judge Is now about tho most lonesome man In town. Tho county examination, Juno 21th and 25th will bo held at Wells vlllo. Examinations will begin nt H a. in. nnd 1 :30 p. m. on both days. Win. E. Church, tho Warron county murder, Is now about to bo tried at Warrcnton, and will conio up about July 1, beforo Judge Hhclton. Miss 1'carl Wyllo of thin c...

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. — 24 June 1904

THE TRIBUNE. rol.1l.lml llr TUB TIUIII'M: I'KI.VTIMI CO. woNTGOMnny, i snssount, Prlnco Pu I.tin Is an kneel, at leant to thkjdic attaches of ttio hold whero Iio soj-jiirnctl In 81. Louis. 1 1 In prince ly largess on leaving on hit return liotnejy.iriJ jnailo ordinary tips look II ko mat ioor naniinuu. During tho thrc years ending June 20, lWoTSi.rtri'wrx.nii were killed on Amcrlfap railways. During Ilia thrce yearSWulh African war tlio llrlttsh loM In krilnFand by disease, 22,000, not 200 mont'tHan wero killed In lb peaceful pursuit 'of transportation In America. I Two museums In Philadelphia and rutburn lilftrllmto annual prli U erhoW cl'lldicn for llio best mimjii on romsi brunch of their collections. A Philadelphia pajier suggests that the samj.sysloiri should Iio niiplled by his torical rnricllm to tlio varloui objects of Irt'.trcst In Iho city. Ar? Incidental feature of the World's fair Js the reunion which lx taullli-j wlll.knin. Ine Paxton fnnlly will as tomldn Juno 28, the ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 24 June 1904

CONFEDERATE an VETS' REUNION Fourteenth Annual Reunion of the United Confederate Veteran at Nashville, Tcnn. STEPHEH D.LEE IS COMMANDER "Ike Hesston Covered Three Dsra, 'Wlsdloa; I'll Willi ft Ureal I'antdo Through IlvUMlr Crowded Streets. Nashville, Tcnn., Juno 14-Under very condition tending to a ucccsfuj reunion, Nashvlllo to-day officially welcomed lha United Confederate Vet eran and tbclr friends, constituting a hott conservatively estimated at 30,- UOO people. Thd exorcises of tba day took placo ...-In tho tabernaclo, and every bit of - ''paco was taken long before the ct I'cran were called to order by Gen. 0. ,W. Clordon, of Memphis, commander ol tbe Tcnnciaco division. It wm tho lint convention In the hlitory of tho urgintaxtlon that the Bon of Veterans sal with their fa' tbers, California was represented on tho Moor, l'rotn far-off Montana a del egation was sent, and Ohio had four delegate. It was the fourteenth annual meet' Ing. Tho convention hall was well filled by 11 o'...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 24 June 1904

i i 'X, i IP it MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Publlwhod 13vory Friday. I1Y THU TKIHUNI2 PRINTINO CO.. II. C. ASIIUAIJGII, Editor & Mang'r. Subscription In Advanee. One Copy. One Year,'.. Ii.oo I'tiono yo. FRIDAY, JUNK 21, 11)01. . Republican Nominated Ticket. MONTflOMKRY COUNTY, Mo. 1'on Hsriir.CJrATITn-lliHi.Jolin V.NfUlnf llltti Mill, 1'iiKlliM.ETTnN- AiU.Iililljllinflthlnflniiil J'liHCiinurr JiilinJ.Mflaliliif MutiUnmi'ry. Tomi.litp. l'nii Aihimiiii- I'.. W. Iliinlrr f Wrllitlllr. yiiiiTHr-AH'iirn K, II, llmnuf .Mnnlirotin'ry X.inMim-.rmi-Cliy lukrr nf Mimtininn ry. I'uli I'mumMl -Hr. ('. I'. Klllm tif Unniiin. ynn 1'vm.ic AnMiiiiiutoJ, J, fhiulhiml lnnYllhTr)wn.Mi, Tun Ji'intK Dimmer .No. I. "II. A. I'cw I'ritlrlMliiMn.lilp. 1'uii JriKir liminirr Nn, t-ll. C Ilwir of I ituiti)Tfiwnlili. Republican Conventions iickiis St. Jonoph, July City, Ktatk Of 27. Statu JuniCMiJcffcrson August in. Ninth Co.noiii:s.sionai-M o n t gomcry City, Wcdnesdny Aug. :i 1-:li:vi:ntii Judiciai. Montgom ery C...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 24 June 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. KKIDA.Y, JUNE 2., ltKM. Rhlnoland Rocords. Goltllob Borg nnd Frank and Ben "Wcndrlnjr. left for Kansas City Thursday to seek employment. Fred Crockett of Montgomery City camo here last Monday to spend a few weeks with rotative s and friends. Lola Ilagcdorn returned to her liomencarAmcrlcus Tuesday after a month's visit with friends nnd relatives hero. J. H. Mcrittroturned Monday af ter a visit of sovcral weeks with irlcnds and relatives In Wcllsvlllo and Montgomery City. Gov. Dockory offers a rownrd of 3100 for tho arrcit and conviction of tho unknown person who set llro to and destroyed tho I'lcaiant llldgc Church, In Callaway county on tho tilcht of Juno 0th. Tho cit izens of Pleasant ftldgo also offer a roward of SIM for tho apprchen slon of tfio crlmtnnl. Bollnowor. Avery Dunclo-vlsltod Sam Ilob- tnson and attended church at Now I'rocldcnco Sunday. Mrs. Fugato has been sick tho last few days. Ab Honslcy Is ablo . to be out again. Charlie Palmer and family vis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 24 June 1904

FRIGHTFUL CALAMITY Kcw York Excursion Steamer General S locum Burned to (he Water's Edge. She Carried Two Thousand Sua-day-School Excursionists. Hundreds of Them Perished by Being Crushed to Death, Burned or Drowne'd." " Tbi Boat First Seen to D on Fir When Paiilnrf Hell Cite. I'uiiIb at Onco Seized tlm Kxcur; hlonlstH mill (hi! Mm vest .' ot Dentil llt'nu. - ' ) Hundreds of Small Duals Weill to tha Ilcseue Immediately. Dutwoou Klro nnd Wiitor It Is Do liovuil That Upward or Flvo Hundred I'orlahod. Bodies recovered, -Estimated dead, 483 600 New York, June 10. -Klo hundred :porson, mostly children, iicrlehcd by tho burning of tliu excursion learner (Irncril Hloium near Hell Usta In the i:tt rlrrr. jTliy tflocutn, with thn annual Sunday Sn'hool excurslnh of St. Mum's (lorman JluIIio.iii church of this illy on board, wan proceeding up tliu river to ono ot tlm' many ivsorts ot Long Island sound. "Wlinn r.iar Ono Hundred ami Twenty illllli street, person on shorn saw tomok? and flames sp...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 24 June 1904

HANDLING JJQUID MANURE, To the Tamer Who Know How It Umm a Material Saving Every Single Beaton. Solving tho problem of successfully economising liquid manure meant a materiel laving to mo. After sustaining thli loss for many vears, I constructed a vat and table dralnase to handle It without waste. Tho vat was bullion a hillside below the Larn, large enough to hold, If necessary, tlx months' accumu lation. To this at from tho stable was laid lllo larcc enough to avoid clocglnc. Tho vat was constructed of concrete lined with cement. In tho bottom of this vat was Inttrttd a two-Inch plpo to draw off contents by gravity, extending two (nctics above bottom of vat to pre- ent sediment from escaping. It was also 'mML rrop would be, as the hens will busy ' themtelves with lnscjte, tender gram, germinating weed-seeds, worms, and other delicacies which the., prefer. Tha proper mode of management depends upon the farm, tho principal crop grown, tho climate, tin number of fowls and facilities f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 24 June 1904

5 MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Fill DAY, JUNE 21, MXM. WABASH TIME TABLE. Wnt llounil. Ltbtd SI. Louis. K11.IV JiOln. in No. 3 IM'in. m... . Na 9 ItSp. lit Ko. 6:ao p. ni . fitK I7t3) fi. in .. . Hn. 7-10: II phi . Kit. 11-ltlM Artltntn Monlminirr milt M. til .,. . IMS . m . .... .. l;Ti i,m .. .. ,:M p. in ... ,.9Mp. in 11:17 a. in S:ro a. m IM" 1 Kail ttiiunil. frfinye Muntcwnrry. Arrlre In PC IvmiU Mo. J :31a.m.., Nil. I4i,a. in.... 7ti. K-T:M,M.... Hci.PI- Ifll7. III.. Ht 2--3:37 i. m Ni. It-1:" in. . lVc. ft 1 1 iW i. in. h .A'Mft.ni Tllin. in IIiIOh. in - Mm i M .6:11 (i. in T:. m I itifi n. m . II. (! II . A lent. Call (or Congressional Convention l'urunnt to nn order of Uio lie "publican Coinmlllco of the 11th Canirrctslonal District of Missouri. hdi) on March .'I, 1001, n delegated convention In hereby cnllcd at MontRomery (Jlly, Missouri, Au vtt .'I. 1IKII. nt cloven o'clock n m,, (or thu purpoao of nominating it candidate tor Congress, tho elect I on of a Presidential lClrctor, th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 July 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eight Porch 40 Columns. VOL. XII. NO. 38. .MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1901. si m . A VKAK 1M .MITAMTC. Local Briefs. MIssFannlo Stephens left Tucs .lay tot a vldt Id St. Louis. Miss Lottlo Keith at Paris, Mo. Is the. guest of Miss Ethel Darker. Misses Clara and Mnmlo White Bidoorospcrtdlng this week In St. for n ,hroo wcokg nb(lonco. Mrs. W. n. Anderson went to St. Louis last week to visit friends and tho fair. Ocp. Bethel and wlfcnro In St. Louis this week and will visit tho World's Fain Mrs. I'. SrWIlllamt left Friday for St. Louis and points In Illinois IjouIb. Miss Nclllo Graves took tho teachers' nxamlaatlons In Wells vlllo last wcok. Tho democratlo national conven W. H. Hoss Is attending tho na tional prohibition convention at Indianapolis, Ind., this week. Hot. II. E. MoQule of this city, has been unamlmously called to Mexico. Thn proposed Fourth of July celebration at Wcllsvlllo this year has been declared off, and tho nearest big show wil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 July 1904

s THE TRTBTJNE. Pnl.ll.lint llr Tin: tiiiiiiimi) rliiNT;xfi co. i.:c::t(!OMcuV. i missouiu. . un - The public li gradually learnlna what ttEitrpartmcntof commerce and labor l for. Becrctary Corttlyou It Investigating tho Slocuin disaster. Tho Tcpubljcans Jinve had their In cline at CJrttfgo and.Jiave named their ticket, Irji coujilnjnf weeks wo shall know wh-7 tho democratic standard bearers aro.to be, and then tho rooting tan begto. tn awarding l,W)0,(ix 10 a purveyor of Implant Information, an eastern court gives n plight Men of tho actual Milue of thn dally newspaper, which MMi only a tint for neural million dol lira' orth of news. I , "WsJI." said the tall, caiint woman llh somewhat nclduloua featnrrf, "I'd rnther drown than bo rescued by such rt thln'R at that," nil sho watrheil tho breeches buoy on lt trip with a pas icnget at tho World's fair llfo-iavluis txhlbl. Waf- students In all parta of Ilia world aro beginning tn lose conlldenco In thn. carrier plgeont employed In tho ...

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. — 1 July 1904

n 3 5 Dl f DJ ACIC of the tom-toms, glmcracks, firework. scml-Mardl Oral fea tures and general tan (aroaaile attendant upon Fourth o( July celebra tlont Is a healthy, decp- yBsWia teated sentiment, which MI)W may well be termed pa- iiiumsju -a iuvo lor ana nl.jtln .ll. I.. "upuhib tHU IU 111V ID- public. Ttia young and the thoughtless and lively or all ages mutt necdi nnd outlet for their enthusiasm In aliplay of flags, roll of the drum and much nolle of every kind. Uut these sound-and-mess-produclng onci of this gen cratlon know, oi well ai do the quiet nnd sedato people, that thli ti a Na tlou, to be always spelled with a big N, These lively and thoughtless ones would be first to reipund to the call of their country for soldiers, and would flxht valiantly beneath the waving folds of Old Ulory. All could respond snd appreciate, and they bleu (kid for It, the meaning of the llourtb of July the birthday of a nation, In fullest lib erty bccauio of th people and for the ptople. Tho fat...

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

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Publlnliocl ISVory Friday. 11Y TUB TKIUUNE PRINTINfl CO.. II. C. ASHIMIIOII, EJItor ti Manic'r. Uubtorlptlon In Advance. One Conv. One Year.. Jl.oo I'liono 96. I'MDAY, JULY I, 1001. Republican Nominated Ticket. National Ticket. Ii.r l'rrlil.nt. Tlll.OltUlIi: ltOOKVM.T. For Vk-rrol'lfiil. CIIAKI.KX W. PAIIillANKS, County 'llckct. ltrH-.i'illiilli. JIIIIN V. NKIH.I. rMiMiilhK Atti"iy. A. W. I.AKKKItl V. Sin ilrr. .1 ( 1 1 1 N 4. M.KKIIIT. (Vlln-lor, AUOl.1'11 IIKYIMI. AvM-fMir, v.w. iiiintmi. Tn'Hiimt, nt'sricr. 11. ham. Hunryilr, ci.av iiai;i:ii. IV rmier, lilt. ti. I'. KI.KINH. I'nlilli. AilniliiMnitiir. .I.J. (Iilltl.l.t'.i: JinljrtOiut.ly OsiM. I'lnl lll.lrli.-t. it. a. h:v. .tn.lm Oi.mly Cn.itl, ft-naul DM 1 Id. 11. '. 11 veil. Republican Conventions Statu OmcniiK St. Joseph, July 21. Stati: .luntciAi. .TcfTcraon Clly, AllKtlxt HI. Ninth CNniti:ssioKAi Mon t Komery City, Wednesdny Auk El.l.VKNTII JUIIICIAt. .Montom ery City, Wednesdny, Aug. II. Most of tho mem...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 July 1904

LARGEST CASH SETTLEMENTS EIGHTEEN YEARS OF SUCCESSFUL GROWTH . FOR RESULTS ASK POLICY HOLDERS. . PRESIDENT. PRANK D. JAOKSON. Royal Union Mutual LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Ues Moiries, - Iowa. SSCHETANY, SIDNEY A. FOSTER. SEE WHAT PEOPLE AT MEXICO, MO., SAY OF US. Mexico, Mo., April 12, 1001. lion. Frank I). Jackson, Pres. Hoynl Union Mutual Llfo Insurances Company, Dcs Moines, Iowa. Df.au Sm : Through Iho Inllucncoof your Mr. K. A. Fox, I havo Investigated your Company and somo of tho results under Its policies. It seems these re sults have been universally satisfactory, judging from tho policy holders' letters, and tho fact that tho Company Is operated under tho Insurance Laws of Iowa Is, I think, an additional safeguard. It seems that the Iowa law requires that tho funds of the Company bo Invented In non-lluctuatlng securities such as government bonds nnd farm mortgages and It seems that tho greater part of this Company's In vestments nro In tho lattor, and as a good part of theso ar...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 July 1904

r - H ROOSEVELT AND F Ucanimoui Choice of the Repub lic n National Convention. NOT A DISSENTING VOICE Contention Adjourned lne Die nt 'Ji'2 I. Mi on Motion of Urnrme SCtterl, of Illinois Deleicnlea f.rntv for tl I.mU Chlriv;o. Juno SI. The Ilcpnblleau national convention tMfected a tempor ary nrgnnlintlon by thn chctlon of lion, r.lllm Hoot, cxnpcrctiiry of war, nn liilrnmn. Committee of tho con tention were announced nnd a recoil taken until noon Wednesday. Tho add ipsa of Chairman Itcol was tho feature of Iho suasion, llo ndtrr uled tho politic and principle! of the republican parly ami sounded Hie key nolo of thn campaign of IMI, Iminedlhltly after Iho adjournment, of iho contention tho varlo-ia commit tee mot. Huiator Henry CtlHt Iodi;o, halrm.m ot tho committee on plat form, jmhtnllted a draft of Hint dot it incut to thn membera of thn conimltteo, which ho aid wan merely lenlatlvo. The lotmnlttro on credential took up Hi lmUlaita rnho and effected a ompromlso by admitting the U...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 July 1904

A REASON FOR SICKNESS. Healthy kidneys tako from tho blooi ercry .4 nonra aw Bruins of Impure,, poisonous matter tnoro than enough to cauto death. Weakened kidneys leave this wasto In ktho blood, and foil TsnHM 1 arc soon sick, iobci iMiinL wel1' curo 11,0 km ncys with lioans Kidney l'llli, the great kidney no clDc Mr. J. II. Howies of IIS Cora Street, Durham, C, sayst "I was alch and bedfast or orer lilno months, and the doctor who attended mo said unlet 1 submitted to an operation forffrnrel 1 would uet r bo well. I would not consent to that and to continued to suffer. My bach-was so weak I could not stand or walk, mid It ached con alaiitly. Tho first dar aflijr I began using lW Kidney l'llls I fcltn llef, and Ic n short llmo I wasup and around the samo ns erer, free f nun backache. A rnKBTHIArjof this irroiit, kidney mcdlcluu which cured Mrs. llowltnlll bo mailed to any part of tho United Ktntes. Address lmtcr-MIHnirtl Co., IliilTalo, N. Y. Hold by all dealers) price C) cents per...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 July 1904

7r nnmr 'I CALICOS niuo Red, Gray, Dlnck nnd Black nnd Whlto all standard prints fa Ladles Vests, toped neck and sleeves, tho kind you usually pay 10a tor. Solo price ,fa Percales In blue nnd white, red and white, black and white. Every yard worth 10c. Sale prlco.... 7o Blue, black and champagne Alt Wool Voile. Worth 50o a yard. Salo price 3()o All Wool Corcrt In the dlfTcreht shades of gray, worth 60c a yard. Sale price 39o Egyptian Tissues In bluo, pink and cham pagne for shirt waist suits, worth 25o yard. Salo prlco 18o Cotton Voiles In blue, white, black nnd chnm pagno. Worth 15 a yard. Halo price ...10a Twenty pieces of Lawn nnd Dimities, which wo sold at lOo per yard. Halo prlco fa Twonly-fl.vo plocca of Lawn and Dimities, which wo sold from 15o to 25a a yard. Snlo prlco 10a All wool ohovlol dross goods In blue, black and brown. Would bo cheap nt Mo. Halo price '....30a All wool Ktamlno In blue, black and bruwn, which wcro sold at $1.25 per yard. Halo prlco 8!la Mens summer sh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 July 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eight Piiffcs 10 ColumiiH. VOL. XII. NO. 89. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JULY 6, 15)01. $1.00 A VKAK IX ADVAMCK. Local Briefs. llcrndon WhltCBldo spent Sun flay at homo. Mrs. Lottie Brcnnan and Leo Vogt of St. Louis visited their parents hero this week. K. A. Barley, Harry and Hugh Casoo nnd F. V. White spent tho fourth with homo folks here. Q. II. Ballard, jr., and wile, and It. L. Ballard of St. Louis, vlsltod his brother-in-law, Forest Brltt and family tho -Uh, Tho W. O. T. U. will meet next Monday July 11th, In their hall, at 2:30 p.m. The memborsnro re quested to be present. Lawrence Pegratn, who has been attending school In Philadelphia tho past year, Tlsltcd relatives here a tow days this week. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sabourin and little son, and Mrs. Blancho Sees and children of St. Louis are tho guosts of Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Sabourin. John Klblor and wife, of Clinton county, Ohio, and residents of this county twenty years ago, havo been tho guests of J...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 July 1904

THE TRIBUNE. l-iilUlalinl Tir Tin: tiiiiiim: i-iiintimij co. MOXTfioMnuvr ,....'J"sOum. If.4ho Igorroles at tho World's fall are clangorous to tho raornh of civilized people 'Ihey thould lio sent out of Ihi country. To puj, them la panls and offer tnem asexamplea of savage llf It to clrttnj'i ji, fraud an orfonu ngnlnal 'good moralf, good taste ant) Knoalrnm. A-ilr4Uni tu-Aowapapcr stories, villi. ors to Ht. Louis would do well to steel floijr.o steamboat excursions, for Hit gamWers who are pcrmltlil to plj the-tr ftrcVatlon on board the boats, nol ronUnt-wlth fleecing their victims bj mrir.. "iiiro-iuliig" came, rcrort U downright roller?, nnd go tinmolcstot! vj uucKrtj iiouco on, uoaru. Iknalbly tho steamboat Ocnernl Rio cum wns no mora a flrn trap than ll any oilier viwei, Tlio tcrrlUo dlraatci waif purely tho result of nn accident which might hare been' averted had oir!-hcadcd men been placed on walch In every ciunrterof tho honl, and inlfthl have been lean dlrastroiis had tho l...

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

f r ii Hi -TH TRIBUNE. I l'nMhtml llr i tuis tiiiiiu.m: i-itis-riMi co. JJONTGOMCUV, MISSOURI. i I'ATJUCICS SUItl'IUSE. BY LEOIXA B. KOUINSON. "Well, thin, Mth. Jlnlone, I'd ,linve you to know Hint mo Patrick 'fliiils liio money reglnr ninl says we must take things nlsy nml not Ik- worrlllti. lint share my mon Ti-ddy'M been nlilo to xhupport im both mid the pig, nnil we've never Hjirnt n clnt of Patrick's money. The bye's been phrniulxtn' to coom t o lire us o ery year. 1 It tiny he's ii diniocrut ami gettln' "" "l0 world. And now we're goin' to Aiiicrieatnxhiiprisc 'lm.01i,I wish j on t'oiild moo the jyc of lilui whin he looks In the fnre nf his mild fnylhr nnil mlllicr again!" "Ain't ho tilvcr married asked II rs. Malone. "Xo! no! lie Iovch hix ould tulthcr too well fur tlint, I'm think ing. I nlvoi- saw the cirri v It could hold u candle to'lin," "You're blessed w II Ii u Rood son, Mrs. O'llonnhuc. 1 I'm the envy you lire of the uclghboix. I wish you ii good journey mid u happy m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 July 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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