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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 February 1901

VI THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. n VOL. IX. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY , lOOl. NO. 17 Thomas Yates, ex-judge of the county court of Callaway county, died at his home southeast of Auxvnssc, Mo., last Sunday. James J. Corhutt and his wife have sepa rated after a one-round battle. Corhettlcft tlie roonw in the hotel in Xew York City, where they were living:, and Hiiid lie would never return. Thin makes the second wife he lilts deserted. The Kpworth League at the Methodist chinch is growing in interest. Tliey hold good meetings and have a good attendance every Sunday eueniug at 0 :o0 p. in. at the church. They liave also amiuged to hold League socials nt thu homes of the various members on Fiidav evening of each week. if the other icHulents of Missouri were its little given to travel as is Pioneer Joseph 1'oMer. of Nodaway county, there would he smali prolit in the local receipts of passenger trains throughout the stall.1. Mr. Poster set 1 :!! on tlie lloney creek tiirin wlne...

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. — 8 February 1901

All old IjreiU'licr'H record, us recalled by paper, w a umqe one. The, ininitcr( Moone county Campbulite tional Guard; Haney C. Clarke, of Butler cord, uh recalled by a local Hates county, Mo. (Jen. Clarke w an air tonuty ol note, anu lias oeen prominent, in the National Guards forthe past fouryeara. Inspector of Mines other than coal; George K. "Williams, of Hat Hiver, fcsaii- francois county. Member of Hoard of .State Dental Ex- aniinerH; ur. 11. ii. Hice, lucmuoiiu, iiuy county. Hoard of isitors Mate university: Hon. H. M. Hotline, Paris, Mo., JIou. K. M. MaiiMfield, Hartville, Mo., Hon. J. F. i 1..t..A- If.. I VirCCIl, JJCOOU1, .uu, who-e name wan "Wells nnd who flourished half a century ago in naid to liave baptized bin father and mother, married his father to hi second wife and preached the funeral of bis father, mother and Htejwmother. J Uc author of the well known law text book "Hale on Torts," is a young Colttin hian. who now resides in Xew York. II in name is William J). H...

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. — 8 February 1901

J A THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUI ? uu""l . i'Hiuu.in, , i.nrnexi l-ora of Danville, was iuinjKinn rcmpinoer inni, accoru- inn remoinH 01 .ir. Alma snow on our directs Saturday I.... it T -1. .. r -.. it .f .Vnttrlnln itrrlv.ut In ihld .11. In. t uitjr BulBhcUklnHman.thonwiaoorKlo!8nturll,y morning from Oitmlm, , h; ,u' "I"-t Tucdny In St. ' (T'nmn. or71, hwU' ' '"m 7.. . . ... iv?.. i. mi ... . . I .Mil In liniel.Hs. t InOlM Mill will im lit t.1, . r,r iiiRdinHt III Mflort Mm. I. nun nt.i..i T....H i i.i . I Xfitirnuln. Tlmv mr. i ,1,.. J.oiiIh buvllll? Rtirliii' vnoris viui'i u unlive, IIUU inn UUIC llsol.'l- - " " - - ... .I .1 ..II l .1. .1-! dnililt liv .tnili.rlnl..,. U . 1! limit tl t ' ."TT"-"' .. MSII IlllOtlirr The Klnwa Dewrvatlnn A ircntlcmnn wrltlne; to the, Knn mt City I.tvo Stock Inilldntor hn tllO following to HflV of (tin Illfllnn reservation about to bo opened (or nomcKtcnUcr: "KenllzJng thnt your valuably pnpor noes Into thn homes of thou sand of people, ninny of whom tir...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 February 1901

KHHHf!f9W? E!D It A: ! If7 IS'" ( The Tribune. utllliil Rvary Krlday Tig TRIBUHE PR1RTIR0 COIPAIT. D. W. MAJOR, Enuon. Thumb 91.00 per Ymr In Advance. MRS. NATION WARNS THEM. Topeka Jotntltt Barricade their Doors Afraid of the Woman With the Hatchet. 1 Topeka, Jnu. Ml. Mrs Currlo Nation put In tho tiny warning Topeka Jointtsts of tho fate that nvults their places If they are not clisod. Hho visited half a dozen placeH, but found mot of them barred ngnlnet her, nnd sho had to do her talking through bnrrnrcded doors. Oncjolutlst admitted her, on assurunee that she wns not on u smashing tour to-dny. A large crowd of men and hoyx followed her everywhere iihu went, iter flrnt visit wnt to tho Iloyal where oho failed to gnln ndnilt- tinco to the bir-room, despite most eloquent pleading Khowcnt next to tho Apex, whero Proplctor rlatc, stood Inside tho closed door and disputed her untrmu-c. She began to nrguo with him through tho cloned door, nnylng that sho did not Intend to do any damage ...

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. — 8 February 1901

The Tribune, Friday, February 8, 1001 mm wum Miats Tltrraa mrnn Hi CREAMl BAKING !lfr.t' -t I Imionit Wcrld'n Feu OoM MjJi.1, Midwinter r". With Our Exchanges. Vtndnllt Leader. Wo don't think tho state of Mis souri owrs J. M. Slcbcrt anything, noithcr does tho democratic party, although he 1 recognized an a val uable party worker. Tho party has taken caro of him for tho last twenty years and he ha received all tho honorH and emoluments. Wo think ho ouht to be nadlsflcd to do n little work for the without receiving ns a reward tho bent pay ing ofllco in tho state. That up polntmout, wo are aure, will not result In party good. Mr. Slrbcrt had gotten all ho could at the hand of tho people. Jt'ear Florence lcailar. Walter Hush of the Amerlcu Mill came near being killed Tucfl day morning. Whllo under n shaft hi clothing caught on a wheel and ho wawrnpldly wound around the Mhnft. HI cont gave way ncross tho back nnd he managed to extri cate himself but not until he had been sevendy brulHo...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 February 1901

a,., J The Tribune. I'lililloliml Hvory I'rlilny THE THIBUHE PRHITIIIG COMPANY. p. W. MAJOR, Kiiitok. Tchmh 81.00 per Ycarln Advanco. In Mcmorlnm. Died, thruo mile cant of Monl Roniery City, on Thursday 'J p. m. Jenuary.'ll, l(M), Mrn C. K. Lotion at pneumonia, nged M yearn, II month and 21) iIavm, Catherine Kllza Weaver became thn wlfii of Hickiul l.otlon July IS, tWO. Hho win liorn nnd rained In Ohio county, Iiidlanu, nnd enmu to thin county In JS7S and to their hotiui whew tdte died. In March 1MI. Mho was tlmoldent fit ltd and only ' 3 (lrl of four children. Her father ijj nnd two brother preceded her to , tlio tomb. H'MiJiimin Wcnviir the J other brother ciirno front hln home. in IIIIiioIh, mill wnn with her from Mundny 111! the end end J Almi.it from lh llr.-tnlio felt she , J wotuti netcr recover, nml iwii s s I I 1 Superior Stoves and Ranges. MADE BY BRIDGE, BEACH & CO. 2 Bridge and Bench Mfg Co. Have had :t eonlimioii neetiftil litisi S iie.n e.MTienee of (5."i yearn in ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 February 1901

The Tribune, Friday, - - February H, 1W1 From Oar Comspon4nt. NEW HOPE Tho flrBt Htiow of thu winter of Any couHciinunci camo Inst Satur- iay. Snowed almost nil day. Frbrunry hhrdlyovcr falls to bring Homo good wlntcd weather. Mrs. Bum I'cnn is visiting her mother, Mrs.Jooph Appling, near Wfllsvlllc, who In sick with thu grip. ! Miss Annlfl Shepherd returned to hiT liouie In Wcllsvlllo Inst Thursday. .1. C. Brown is slowly recovering1 from 11 mirere attack of the crip. He has bicn oomlncd to hi room for about u mouth. .luli.i Cox ihl-d his mother in Well'lile la. t. Saturday. M-rrill Oln .t wimt to Mineola on bu Atei- Friday. Pel" 01 wit bus thu lumlxT on th rjuiid i. Jy u commence his nrA k.uMI.ik i" noon tiH thu weath er wili 4Jevmlt. A'ru, Wm. Appling Ik Improv ing in it 'ithn. Shi! linn not been tiii t. Wk any distance nny fur 0.Jat 'T'OJVuH. k. ' J. i . i ,m been laid up :i. mur ilku neuralgia ill . Hut ih nl)U) to be nut v. t thi? ey aguia. :. r.. !iekuy and wife visited nt Mr...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 February 1901

The Tribune. Friday, - - February 8, 1001. Ed Vanderer made a trip to St. Lou In last Saturday. George Hinton, of, Prohibition, wan on our streets last Monday. . E. M. Turner was1 transacting buslnr-sM In St. Loul last Friday, Joseph McClcnry, Sr., made a business trip to New Florence lant Saturday. Paul Brown, of St. Louis wan In Montgomery City last Saturday on business. MImo Franklo Camp nnd Flor ence Constance, o( High Hilt, were ahopplng In thin city laxt Saturday, MImm Wrtllo Nunnclly, who had been attending school here, lelt Inst Monday for her humu near Auxvusso. J. W. Mlddlecomp, of Bellflower npent Inst Sunday In Wright City Ilocnmo by thowoy of Mont gomcry on IiIh return home Mon day. Root. Northcutt and Ferry Tip pctt, of FrlccH llrnnch, were col ling on frlentls In this city last Saturday. MIkr Viola I.oomls, of St. Louis In apcuillng n few week visltlnj; frlemlrf nnd relatlwa nt Hum place Miss Carrln Vnndever left last Salurdny for Srlngllelil, III., to upend n few wee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 15 February 1901

VOL. IX. Luke M. Emerson of Pike county old a car load, of mules that he had been feeding for the South Africa market to Hardin & Co., of Eolla, Mo., at 8105 per head. The Tr6y"Press say that a far mer living near Dalton hired two tramps to help him clean a well,' paying them In advance. They lowered tho farmer Into the well aud left him there yelling until ho won rescued by some member of hln family who had Just returned from a visit. A page advertisement In a single Issue of the Century coats $590. fn Harper's tho charge Is $190 and other magazines from $100 to $350. A yearly advertisement Inone col umn of the Chicago Tribune coats $28,550 for the lowest and $85,00 fur the highest rate. In the New York World It cost $10,000 tor the lowest nnd $59,000 for tho hlghciit priced column. Rojcnberjcer's (lift. Montgomery county never takes n buck seat nnil K. Roscnberger generally comes up with his part in adding to her fame. Thin week he expressed to Mrs. Cnrrlci Nation of Tojicka, ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 15 February 1901

IVS. WXh a. Kt. a yALENTINE our childhood'! hflply day, Long ago. When wo loved to i romp and pUr ' In tho Know. When At school we lenrnctl to Add Wo our tint wo iwecthrart had A you know. O, h was An anjre. fair Prom the t-kltii. With glory In her hair And her eyes; Move our little heart would beat When Alio mlltd on ui o wrl, How our bluihea when we'd meet Would Arlic lis thAt gentle mnld dlrlne Wo ono day Bent A tiny valentine MaiIo to AAyl "Itot-M red And violet a blue. Sugar Ia wcet nnd to ate you. If your love like mine true No kutfe ran cut our lovn In two, I Am thin. Bine those happy day of curia, Ixmg Ago. W hAV luvd Aomo other rfrlA, A you know tint thoi other girl comlilnM Never chfirmtti our heart And mind Aa that llfil wie sweetheart ahrlncd That la so. To thnne other Rtrls we'v sent Valentines Costing dollars itladly spent. And the line. Written by some ixH-t great. All were Mrlctly up to Oil, And Aftltlc nnd ornat In dealicna. Dut thnso roatly genu of art Decked with ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 15 February 1901

turn m jiaiasaassrsaji air 1 i mu HIGHWAYS IN FRANCE. Tklr MalaUnaae la ftaslaeea I iMln Wklch Is Worlar Praia ana Ksaalalton. Nation! which possess vast terri tories and which are In the habit of undertaking vast enterprises are apt to orerlook dctalla. And yet, when we atop to think, the perfection of anything' and everything Ilea In tlio acrupulous attention that la to bo given to details. Instruments of pre clalon only differ with ordinary In atrumenta In care given to details, to mail perfections. An Invention which Is a success Is tho one In con, trlvinir which the Inventor has trlren the most time to smallest particu lars. The French have applied that principle to -the administration of the nislntcnnnro of roads. Tho corni est attention hna been paid to the ainaltcst tiling that contrllmtca to the almple mending of n rut. The cantonnler who doea the work la one of an administration that Includes and employs the most skillful scien tists and engineers In tho world. Tho almplo ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 15 February 1901

1 Grovcr Cleveland says he did not vote for McKinley. Well, ho missed it rand opportunity. He might have voted for a man who was elected President, and that lot falls to few Democrat. Erie (Pa.) "Dispatch." The Columbia (Georgia) "State" nays that no State in the Union will be able to keep up with Soutl Carolina's record thin year lit the matter of building mills. Thank to the Republican party. Des Moines (la.) "Register." i . , MattcrH look encouraging in the Philip pines. Word comes from Manila that 5,000 insurgents have tin-own down their arms and sworn allegiance to Undo Sam. If this can bo kept up, say for the next iltio days, we can reasonably hope that opposition to A mcrican rule in the islands will have ceased. For many mouths the name and por trait of Alexander M. Dockery appeared at the head of tho editorial columns of the Richmond Conservator as "our candidate for President in 1001. " It is not there now, neither is the editor, Mr. (ieiyge W. Trigg, Railroad and Warehous...

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. — 15 February 1901

The Tribune, Friday, - . February 15, 1901 H Mi mm wunt aasaa r taaraa mm. 1 CBCAMl RUUN6 Hlidtct Hooow, World's Pnlr OoIJ Medal, Midwinter fV.lt .nJ4 t it.l'lft X'-.-it-i-f -mi!J li From Our Correspondants. NEW HOPE. Wo had about ono Inch of Know Sunday night which molted rapid ly nwny Mondny mnklng thn ronds very muddy Stock In looking Ana forthls tlmo of tho yenr, nnd there seems to be plenty of feed In thoj-ounty to keep them In good shape till grans comes. Sum l'enn was through the neighborhood taking orders for garden seeds, Inst week. P;lo Oliver traded horse with Orvlll Porter lnkt Saturday. Aunt, liiicca Shepherd In spend ing n livf days with her sister Mrs. I. M. Oliver. Merrcll nnd Alex Oliver wero In thi' city list Saturday. Mrs. Knti; Oliver nnd hon, Emmet ncconip.inled by Miss Mabel Hcrry spent Inut Sunday al Mrn. Dob Olhor's. E. i. Oliver nnd family wcro slightly HI n few days last week. 'Irs. Dob Oliver had n suvero at tack of tho grip lust week, but Is getting some ...

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. — 15 February 1901

TheReportof the Special Committer of Congress Presented to the House. L IK" 2tV THE I0CUMENT IS AN EXHAUSTIVE ONE. Ita Ton Is nloderat bat Kaphatlr, tho Keynola Helua the Cill Ian that flrulal Hasina- and Plehllaa- Mast k lianlahsd froa tho Academy at All llasurds. Washington, Feb. 10, The report ol the special congressional committee which Iniettlgntrd the hazing of Co det llooze nml the general subject of hazing nt Went I'olnt was submitted to the house of rvpri'ienlatlres by the chairman at the committee, Itepre acntatlve Dick, with a bill making ttrjngcnt regulations against hazing, tlgVting and nil brutal practices. An Kslianstlve Itevlew, The report Is iin exhaustive review of the practice of hazing In all Its formi, nml while moderate in tone, Is nevertheless n slinging arraign ment of the many alleged brutal prnc tlcci enumcrateil. It specifics nioro than lot) distinct methods of annoy ing and harassing a fourth-clnsi tnsn, and describes them la detail Una of Ilia "funny for...

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. — 15 February 1901

THE TRIBUNE. TBI TIUUUNE IMtTO. CO. r.blUtaer. D. W. MAJOH, Editor. MONTGOMERY, Missouri. tnnt cpnntiADV 10m li. 7U I UUIUMILI wwa j- UT. $ A recumbent statue of tho late Queen Victoria, clilslcd 30 years ago, Is Mag prepared for lis place on top of the sarcopliafrurvby Uts aide o( tlio prince consort's statue. i . In consequence of tho recent death of Huron Wllhclm Ton nolrnchlld, Ilaron Armnnd da ltotlischlld, o( l'arls, becomes tho head of the Frank fort banking houio of the family. Tbo bill protlding for the rcstorn. -tlon of capital punishment and isum lnjf electrocution as tho method, passed the Colorado homo on tin third reading, on the 8th, by a Tote ol -tl to 24. In t!ct of the many contradictor reports regarding Dowager Kmprcsi Frederick, tho llrltlsh embassy In Her tin announced, on tho Oth, that nc change In her condition had been re ported there. King Victor Emmanuel of Italy con fcrred, on the 8th. with Signers Ivilla. Itlcottl, Iludlnt and Illanclicrl, will tho view o...

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. — 15 February 1901

The Tribune. MrH.- A-L Kciicr onl , . ,tho wok li-t tlii.s week. Vriday, - - Februnry 13, 1901. Miss Jessit! Tiillmt loturncd - : Tuesday from 11 viit to Mexi- FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER, j co We r.uiiioridto announce l)r. ,J, I,, Jones (if Joncw- A eaadld.tfloj w." "llr t,,W" 1,Y,,,1,V Montgomery county, at the April election nil HIIMIIICUM. lM..;;;h,tIot.l.Wlll,.,,.,(,1,Pp.,. ,,,,, lMnh)m f IIh- Charles Hunile visited Vst.i V"c ",M8llt S.,"l,,,'-V Hl"1 Mo"" Loul last Snturdny nnd Sunday. l"il.v ,n oul" cxl'' Mrs. .1. F. Grnvpitlclt Tuesday, I'M. (raven in vihitiiii; his evening to visit rclntlvcs In Troy, parents!. Mr. I'.llil JIW. I). W Born, to Mr. nnd Mrs. Hob't' (trilVL'M ill thin city. Caruthers, Monday, Fob, II, UK)1, A. (i, j,,,,,,,,, H lml(., j,, : proved mid we lioiic will hooii i, i at-.. I - v. , 1 . uuru, iuir.iimimrn..juiiiir.i- )(, niUOH" IIS 111511111. t.n. U..t....ln II 1011 n n C daughter. Ex-Postmnstcr J. W. Mason, of -Mexico, Mo., wan In ourclty Tues day on busines...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 22 February 1901

Ill .p. r-TiW'tr W j v. ' ' nj y" i 'i. THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL IX MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, loT,' SoTTt) NOT.crilrr; ..I AT 6 STATE CAPITOL, j rsi""'!!'" " jhti lyi JtUYCa aim KallgeS. Final Setttamont NOTICE li berebv li.n 1 tumiiiieiiator or ibe eitals ol CATIIKRINK I'KW. d....,i. make llnal eettiiinent of aald eilale it Ibe n.xi April term of tbc. Probate court ol MoUtffOIBf rv couiitv. ttat ( UluAtirl. ! Ilia City ol Montgomery, eall Una ol court rtinniDcoa UieiW MoaUijr la Arirll.IMl. lAMKtt MaLTIN. Admi'r, Eelateof Catherine 1'ew. deceased Kelt SI, IMI, 41 ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Notice U bcrebv Kl veil, that letters of AJ. .inllil.tlnllun upon Hit eilale ofCbarlra Joacpb iWorland, deeeaaed, have tern crantctl lolhe lltiderairned Lv tb I'rohiti oourt ol Monljiomcry count;, Klmoutl. ucariux Uilu the IJlli day or rebruary 1801 All tirrauna liattne clalnia avalnat aal.1 celate arc required In exhibit tbtm to tnr lor allowance nlllilu one year from lb da...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 22 February 1901

IWH IIS It He Sends a Message to the Legist, ture Urging Franchise Legislation. mm mum must be hide eiot. fe OttTm Draw th Umm BIM Tbo OwaUrt lblU VllllllM, rr foffMlag f abllfl BrflcMBatl f lag Jefferson Citj, Mo.. Feb. 13.t.or. A. M. Dodkcrj MtitMha following men ogo to the tftriicral OMcmb.y on tb aubject of franchise legUlAtloii. To tb tknato and Ilouaa ot KrprrtcnU tlvea: V ato .iltxJjrM to the enactment of 4 Juil, fair uml cqulubla law, Impoi In franchlau Uxwtlon. lha ivopla o( lh atnle demand, tint) bav a right to ti. pttl approprUtv Irglilatlon Mr that pur loe. 1 am fully convince that rocii aeoator mad icutrarntatlvo rtullioa ihi iraporutic) an J, ncccgtlty of linmedUU arilnn la arrnmi tinti Ihnl i-staiil. Vldprontl Ir.uicM In tha aubject nai I bern awakened, ami Individual prefer j ct.ee for this or that measure might rea J aunably be atiltctjtktcd. It la not aur I nrliliiic. thenfari. thvt AiZettnuta oi 1 upituoii ailtt iui.ti-ri.iujc tl. jTopvr toot oi aucti a Uw nni tli...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 22 February 1901

THE TRIBUNE. NEWS IN BBIEF. Compiled ftora Various. Sources. VMS TftlBUKE FKTO. CO. rabltsfaert. IX W. MAJOR. Edlter. snssouni. MONTGOMERY, FIFTY.SIXTH CUNOHES8. ffteeono' Besslon.l t. it. - . ik. mk Ih hivaI IN proprlallon bill wae passed early In the resalon. Tha shipping KM waa then taken up an) kept before the senslo during tne remainder of Iho Itglslallve day.... ..In the house. Mr. 1'uyne. chairman of the an.1 innanM MmmltlM. Submitted the resolution of ecmmlltee to disagree with the subs tltuta proposed by tha sen- Senator Depeir, no the lltb, report ed from ilia committee on expositions bill appropriating 1500,000 (or tni Buffalo Pan-American exposition. Judge Holllstur, of Cincinnati, ot, the 14th, litueil a permanent lnjunc-l ,t. a, ttn amendment to the war rerenue tlon against the mnch-adverti.ed Jet- Section '''HMr...OTl7r.fr f rlcs-Huhlln prlza light, which wns, no-1 iiebats on Hie ronatltuilonal llmltatlona of onr.iinni.. In.lnilnlt! v nost tinned. I the Dower of tlii ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 22 February 1901

, ti,l.,,1y,,,,.,t 9 If,- . la. Ft American builders have sold more -than $3,000,000 worth of locomotives to foreign railroads during the pant year. That's a good way to keep the wheels of industry moving. Ex- That photogiaphcr out in Kansas did not Htop to think twice before speaking once, or he, perhaps, wuild not have advertised "Mrs. Nation's Joints and Interiors views only 25 cents each, coma early to avoid the rush." Who wants an amendment to the con Htitution of Missouri in order to properly protect the school fund? According to what democratic spellbinders told its Inst full, it is honestly invested and absolutely safe. If it absolutely safe, why amend the consti tution in order to take care of itf "democracy, Us fast unit l uture." is the subject on which Mr. Cleveland regret fully declines to address the Kansas City Democrats. It will be noticed that no rcf ercitcu was madu to the Democracy's present for the misou. probably, that it has none that is lit to print. New York ...

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