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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 12 August 1904

MOWTtOMEIIY TMUWL FHIDAt AUaiJHT; 13, IWI. Mlddlatown Chips. , Dave Whllrtldo of Coppcrton, Jfew Mexico, camo In Saturday, ;and will upend a month with hit people near Pino Knot ichool house. Davo la Interested In cop per mine out went. Tho l'lke county fair association will hold Its first falrln Howling Orecn from Aug. 23 to 21), Indus Ire. This Is a new enterprise Tom Hpurlock camn up from his homo In St. Louis Sunday to ceo his mother, who Is yet seriously HI. Tom is In the house-wrecking business thcro nnd Is prospering. As soon ns prncllcnblu after tho close of the church debate, a con densed statement of tho two dif ferent positions on each proposi tion will be run through Chips columns. Mr. I). 1. Davis of Montgomery, father of I'rof. J. V. Davis of this place, was the guest of his son and family Inst Thursday and Friday. Curss Uclstlca. ftcv. V. I,. Klley, I,. I.. 1). Cuba, New York, writes i "After llften days of excruciating pain from sciatic rheumatism, under various trea...

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. — 12 August 1904

mm 5 m- r THE TRIBUNE. r.Ulikrrf Mr TUB TIIIM MK I'lU-lTISn CO. sUONTOOMBHY. i Missouri. AUGUST...UMH nn. lloo. Iw wed, no. Itj. i si- i s;' i jJjj ..wTiia.ia M 1.V 10 17 18 llljtfO ST U'i jii'iiii'-Ti mf'g? 'Jh L' :i ;fi ' l Clo. Ann, in tiM. tin. Vim. .firm. vVJsstn. Haiiix.nliisrs or the I'at Seven U.iys in IJrii't JIOUXD AIIOUT THE WOULD Casualties mil firm. IV fonn! awl 1 litlcnl Note. Itu.ltics Failures and lUsuuiptlons, Wrallivr IrMonl ISTELLIOENCK FIIUH ALL l'.VUTS DOMESTIC. Jacob II. fltuder. an author and au- ITiuf It r on ornithology was found dead In hla omre in Fifth nitnw New York. Death was ct InVntly i'iik I . h art failure Jack Carr. who M'iiu Cl.rls llartraan and weainded fourperaon ti hli attempt lit atold rapture. Hied at NVbra-ka City. Neb. a a result of th wounds he ra rehed In Ihe rich! FltMen hullet holi were found It different parlteit hlalod). Wlillcflil. hate returned to the Lake Michigan grounds tiff Grsnd Haven, niter an ab-encr, t,f ten jeart, Thlt will...

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. — 12 August 1904

THE TRIBUNE. TMIC TnUWSr' ''T'Q C llONTdOMEUY,, (,l MISSOURI. II llll I I'l TRIIXtS. It's ftll ft trifle. Ulrth and llf. And lov rt(l dmthj And mi te nnr rht' caittretl In Illetn and lliiousli The ttaji and tttihtt Of ni mod )Cu, Ulrth Uattlrte; Jui il, nan nOul on llf' (, . To plr ttrn pari That'a faraordatnM Wa'va roma to plnjrl A talw'a a irlfla Anrwar. And IliVt a IrlA All .lit way, Tfca btoomrlad flIJ And hrtghi of May. ttctmtr r'.n. Illtlnummrr iuri Ttirj're only Irini f you cboiwa. And lov'a a U14t; Coolnc toi.! A fcmrt in rhythm With i.' own. And f)fi Ibal itrk Tt )ia o' )ou. Oh, love'i a achjr Trint tool And dnth'a a tilde Dath'a a door Thai a !im Aiul '! im trior; No mr dtnn hrr: Hut all rU Umi otit wild u- )lc)ondOklin. Who Intra antJtauch Mot trifUi I-.; hOM lti a lnt' Itiiva mi't rarrcJ, Who R .ra hi ar 84m ihoui, a.4m Uat. Juot lauKblim, tgvlna. lAvn it niot. -J. M, lrfwl. In Iloualonrutt. THE GHOST'S LEGACY If j on had neon the' ghost In question n month liefore he ! ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 12 August 1904

"lf j.LlL.'J.LlHll ir.""5' ft-. ' Ks. ' Y' I "i m MONTGOMERY TRttUNE. FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1904. WABASH TIME TABLE. Wt llounl. fsf-T Hi. fjMtlt. No. ft. m No, 0 00 4. m Ko,-f.M p. in Hn. i 4V i. m ... Mn,f T:Tfp. m Ho.r-lIJpm Nu ll-lltM " , , f!ut Itnuml, tsmte M'mtrofiifrjr, Ra 4-J.."Wb. m,. . Kn. !:. .. , tin. Irt. t.tom til,... Arrltvln Montcuurrr, t0tKn.tit IliXlM. tti ... ... .,4i p. m .,... Ht37 i. tu ..... t, .... UV- ni ,..l7.m Z-4 . tn No. At i. in. . II ip m, o, ft II n. ra . Arrive In Jt. liuli M ii.m fill tn tli'H n.tn . S At p. tn ' . . tl p.m 7 .TO . tn . . .hs-n. ni O. It, tUnmum. Agrnt. The Old Settlers' Picnic. The Old Settlers' Picnic, that great iinnual event In tho doings itl Montgomery county, took plncn at their grounds Hear New I'lorciiee last Saturday, lllntorlann place i.omo former attendances as high a llltcrn .ml eighteen thousand people present, but this yrnr aafn calculator make It between fix nml eight thousand. Tho grounds arc nearly n mlbi from the depo...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 19 August 1904

. . '' ( Montgomery tribune. Eight PaiceH 40 ColumiiM. VOL. XII. NO. 15. MONTGOMEHY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, AUGUST 111, 10C4. IX AllTANCK. Local Briefs. Mrs. E. C. Graham, teacher f( rnuslo (piano and organ), drawing and oil painting. Kindergarten class, I to I p. m.( Mrs. E. C. Graham, building form erly occupied by ahoo factory. Thoro will bo a picnic at Amcri cus, Saturday, Auguut 27th. Elaborate preparations are being made. Hrmcmber Dr. J. I. Ashbaugh's aalo nrzt week Tuesday ,'twn miles aouth of New Florence, on Hoono's I.lck road. llarlry'a Ice cream with or with out soda; la the beat makn and very drllcioua to the taste. Call and try It. (tf) Tim lIj homo ahow of tho World's Fair begins at St. Louis next Monday and will continue Homo time. The dla play la aald to be Immcntc. Miia Ira Powell of thla city, and coualn, Mitt Claudia Lease, of Mlddletown, have gono to St. Lou I to visit relative and attend the World' Fair. There aeemi to be a writ found ed report that James Fergus...

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. — 19 August 1904

f5M THETETBUNE. eMKIeeri lis Tin: tiuiipmi llllo co. MONTQOMEI.V. ! iUisOUni. r - - tt imut lo admitted that there nr ""eltai" tetnll. vsfrt. It. la lb") rubs th&l tho rona of rich men do not mount lu antlilne Tlio kiw of ibe AltiuctJie VeuulMhlUa Jar (tolM sro auicuz Ho exceptions In tlilx owns try. i! ! 1 Toe 'Heft!, 9 stiles, it', niter af whlcti MrlMlyako, la a Arm believer In I ho Jitufo partition of llussla I' tho ut9vthlnkn that liursl., which bss mmo Broil principally at Uie cjanso of TuVkey, la doomed, to tho Ituter'a fat. John Holland, the Inventor cf t h submarine boat, haa deslsed a firing machine, on tho aeroplane principle, which, ha believes, mar make aetlal navigation aafr than tlrrclt rldtnit. The advantago of Ihe bicycle la that tht rldtr la nearer to tho Mopping place. Th man l-ehlhd tho new "postage mission" Idea la Iter. Waller HelJ Hunt, aitor of Ihe That Unitarian I birch of Orange, N. J. Ilia rhnrtii has a "cheerful letter department," the shlef Idea of w...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 19 August 1904

IN WESTERN CANADA THREE DIVISIONS AFFORDXNO CHANCE FOR SETTLEMENT. They Art Specially Adapted to Ranch ing, Wheat throwing and Miked ' Farming Many American i S.ullnu Thsr. 1 he old Humana used tu ear that daul ! wat fllldcd Intn tlirct parti. Bolitho Canadian northwett. (Jaul'a dlvltlonij vera political; those of itinera Cana da' prairie arc crested by I lie untrrlr.g band of nature. I The Flrtt DIvUlon. Chiefly became ct llc elevation ot tin , country, tho b- m o f largo lake and j riven, and Urn operatloua nt tho j "Chinook" or I'acldc ocean winds, i which readlljr crota the Rocky moun- I tain In southern Alberta through gap I and pasaes, the toothwratcrn portion of tbe Canadian provinces Is rrgarded a tome hat arid, and leu fertile than I other portion! of the countrr. At. though till, lina been a prevailing Idea In rait. It hat been left for American settlers who halo Invaded till dlatrlct within the pan too or three years to proro that pltndld crop of grain ran be grown on tho...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 19 August 1904

t 1 MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. PubllNliod Kvury Friday. IiV THn TKIUUNB PRINTINO CO.. H. C. AilinAIIOII, Editor & Mang'r. Subscription In Advane.). One Copy, One Veer . $ I'none go. FiiioAY, ArarsT in, rnoi. Ct 7'.t J Ha. Repul)licanNomInaled Ticket. Nail. .mil llikct. I t.r I'rr shli til. imoiHiiii; ikii:m.i.t 1'i.r stM-ltasblrnl. til iti.. t wiiim;s. Stilt- lltkct. r.irl..rvtirt.r. rl III-.o I'. W.IIIIIISiK I W IJ-lllMMtll li,rflt. J'ltIS I, MrMM.I.S. -,frtrjr ( -lsl J I 1 1 ' I'. Ml Will II. Trwa.nr-r .1. r. HMI.I li lt. wlllw. II. v.. Ull.lihtk Athsssrr iksnrfsl. III.IIHKI1T II. Il.ll.t r )letlwllH4 HtvhiMw.itniMlMl.ini'r. I IIAMl WIllMTMW. ft OwniiHiiimrt ,Htli M3trl.l. J. MJitAIIIII II. Citlinl) lllkl'l. Iksynssriitativis Ji.HN V. M 111 I. I'iu.inl.a AttntMry. A. Tf. UKI 11 V. Mwrt. IIMIN J. I.IIIIIir. AlKll.HI IIKW.MI. AftMSwair, . H.W. lll'.VIMt. '((HI It'll II. II Ml. Hi.w.jnM'. CUW IIAUt.ll. (V rr. ntt. a r. ixkins. I-iiW.- .vlsOnl.lt u.t. j.j. linri.i.t f. J.l(1iiMljr IVwll....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 19 August 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. FIUDA.Y, AUOU8T 19, IfKM. Now Floronco. Will N'ormnn has sold hla real- dcnce In tho north part ol town to David Vanlloorcn, who will occupy it. ....... . , ... ,.-, no is n son 01 niiproncnmir marriage ot Mr. Mr. John Vnnlloorcn west of town I Walter llaitedorn to Miss Dcna Rhlneland Rocords. Horn, Wednesday, August loth, 1901, to John Struttmann and wlfo north of town, n fine big boy. Donnlo Dlion of Wells. in. camo ilown last Monday to apond mow monms with rolatlres and friends. Tho first announcement nf Dm nppronchloir marriage of Mr, and married n New Florenee tr1. Miss Fannie llowcll. Prof. Hughes Man pin has closed ft contract with tho achool board to act ns Principal of thu public scnooi nero mo conilni win r Holrum, wan made at the Cathollo cnurcn at Ktarkenburit Hun day. Tho wedding takes place Tuesday, August 2'lrd. Wm. Drinker nml Ml. (Junliy wero married Monday I'rof. Mnunln tnimht hem n rrtrt lOVelllnir nt.1 n'l.irl attkn .yeara ago. Mla.es I.turn I...

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. — 19 August 1904

1 l5 i' ALTON B, PARKER DULY NOTIFIED Ceremony Performed During Shower at Eioput, N. Y. CHAMPCLARKWAS SPOKESMAN Jatiut 1'arkar lttapoiifli. Acrrpllutf 1k VtfUtom nt lndrtrdHtar rr t fh llaoiorr ncr In tit CwimIhk t'nmpalnu. limpi", N. V Aug. 11. Jnd;t Alton 1, I'nrkrr wa formally notified rf his nomination aa the candidate uf the democratic party for p rc-tldeoU The corirauay mcniyed on Hie Hwn of Itoiftiount, LU handsviua country riwidanrr, and In nddltlod to the incru wr cf tho iintlflcatloa committee and uiiny prominent mm of hl party, lifindrfdJ of tho candidal) friend and neighbors aiumMcd to ulthca the cnt. TIii w cither waa not utmpUloui, Tho aky -a overcast ar.d threatened a downpour, hut In iliv of thewi unfi iiirahte a'cn It ai derldM that tho ivrrrnnny ahould be held on the ground Inafond uf on th ateamboa. H-KKtiioro, HMih brounlit tlie notlflea thjii wimmlUoe and lu i;iit from Now York. JWir ltprwn1i.tlve Clump Clark hid toncluded hla ftnnal (vidrwi, I ho rain ban to fa...

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. — 19 August 1904

tmM THE INDIAN RUNNER DUCK. A New Variety In Thla Country, But Quits Popular In Europe andlnAalfti Walla the Indl:a llunsef ft a cti Tarlely of duck, to far at tlio eihlbl Hoe room Is considered, to thin coun try, It li not In fact a now brrcd to the or!d. In writing of them, Mr. J. Donald saya Hut they originally came from India to Kngland noini thine oior 10 )cara aco. Not a ureal number or them were aecured at Ural, Dhow Ant received were bred toRethcr and their offspring bred In like manner and crowed Kith other tarletlM of ducka. Hhortly beforn 1S90. thcr were taken tip and bred throucli form and color. Moon after thla tbey male their appear l.NtllAN lir.N.SXIl Ul'CKH. anee In the abow rooma of l.ncland and attracted considerable public at tention. Home- 1 It t la tlmn after this they were brought to I he attention of the American fancier, who have dona murli to Imprnte them In thla rnun' try. The drakea of thla variety weigh from ttfc to"flve poiinda. the ducka tiotit a pound ...

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. — 19 August 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE, FHIDAY, AL'UUHT Ifl, 1904. WABASH TIME TABLE. Wl hiunf. $Arm M. jnU, Artltcln MonUiwiirf . Nil IJ7 9t . in . M.lt ft. in tta.t mm.tn ... 11:21ft. m Nu.-t op in, t.ai p.m No. aVft.i , tii . ....... .3f i. hi W, I-T:M p. m ,5 p. m K.i. T-U.ll p h. , .. IM7. nt ha 11-lltM p. m J iO a. iti IUt Mm ml Ist-nr Mimirmiprj. Arrlri In ft, fsini.a Nil. 41 ..VI k. ni tto. It4:lvi, m . ha l ?JW. id, . hn rn-tl-ir , ii No. JX AT t m . No. If - I i m. ., tll:: p. iii. ,. MS m I Mill ft. Ill t . l ,,:H (. m t lb ft, In ... IiUIm. in Missouri and the Confederacy. (Icorge O. Vest's death will revive tho old notion that Mis Miurl seceded from the Union In JNII. Tho biographies of the late wenntor led that hn was n member of the confederate emigre.", and, ns ho ns n resident of Missouri at thn Hum of thn rclxdllon, It will bu naturally assumed that tills statol went through thn motions of get. I ..I lk If..!.... L...... ,.. 1 sg&Bk months somebody or other, Iii call- """J' T.'0 "...

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. — 26 August 1904

A. MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eight Pages 40 Columns. VOL. XII. NO. 10. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FIUDAY, AUGUST1 UO, 1001. Local Briefs. Miss Daker of Columbia Is visit Ins at John Qraham'ii. Mm. Nellie Wiley of Ilellftower left Wednesday for KL Lout Montgomery City should haro n big mule how during It street fair thia year. MIm Myrtle Coooh of thla city la visiting her uncle, Mr. Win. Ap pllng near town, thla week. The Catholic hero are arranging to haro a public picnic at ftoagan grove near thla city September 8. P. Winter ami family, of near .llellflower,. returned home Friday from a visit with relatirc at Mex Jco, Mo. Tom Money, postmaster at Warrenlnn, died rerenlly. Ite was for yeara editor of the Warrenton llanner, and wai a brother of W. II. Money, U. 8. marshal. MIm Alma Mima returned homo from I'ucblo, Colo., laat Hunday morning for a ton day vlll with homefolk. 8ho la much pleated . with Colorado. The big ralna hero the paat week hare put the ground In good grow ing condition,...

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. — 26 August 1904

'THE TRIBUNE. kil.l.M llr . tuk Tiiiiit NK rnyrrl.vci to. MONTaOMUItV. i --iis3oum. DojiMtle Dttrt hftt 'fnjl of tel llgtrency n the foreign newa, tbouak wit llh m ISUMi flgMlng. elnce there nre Rrtat ttrlkca on among the bulch era, Hi cotton mill hncda nrd the talldtns tradea, Involvlns about tO0 People, aya, . , t 4'i 1-1 t.- ' 'SaVlH MT'1lriitifi IUltT Ihe tt war til aee. Ihe World'a lair !l ImoiJ alio, Imanae If iliojr arc. not known annwiby l ho multitude they am leaa apt .to tin cturovrrcd when voluntarily unhiipwn, The airople Ufa la itmil. ouetranigh, Time-rcrtlni-a all thine. Tho Arrl ran Uevlew taya: "In tbo Tranaraa.1 and the Oranro Hirer colony. If Ilia prerenl rale of Intermarriage between llrllon atid llocr la kept up, wlihla twenty year to- two rare will l wetoed togelher ai to La IndlLllngulih able," llorly In Heptemltfr Iho people of New York will In-gln i;oing down In Ihe wend. The Hihwar rallaar will I pt Into rcmmlatlon for paaarngera. Hut Ibe downward path ha be...

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. — 26 August 1904

AGIST FOLK Declare- Democratic Gubernatorial aimJI'iW nJft.M.WiTCrVr Candidal.. Wanted Conk end ?.VV1T.t'.i,lL''S: Candldatn Wanted Cook and Allen Nominated. SAYS FOLK TALKED WITH COOKANDCROW ABOUT IT. tVrlle. a letter InllaiiM.I llxtar, ,.rl. ,nn ' ''"l"l AIIUmIik that kino, and I kKuVv tuvt lth Ci.tr." ,l.lr. All,,. I, th. I" WK.NT W fcllB .IIJN. "mm AI t.,. .,w a.., jar,, Avyi.,Nun?,'wrN'' & I . All'ANT ArTuiiM:i.iii:.. i,rr i. . .. ... i... '' -mil" Ulatm Knalnr William Jorl Btcno lut n!ht addresird letter lt, the Kantae CHy rt.ar. In which b sharply uki hi mm mat paper for mine of II. irll' Klinm of l: ci. It allcc'ns tb.H do ile- ""li v ii'-tiar run., anil HUH U0 U8 elrce ilic defeat cf Ike Inter In lilt uti-rnilorlI cnmlMAiy to reiaovj LIdi frjm the fitlil tit nnturlC irob nlillltlea al tie iilrailun of tho Ruler Latum! term. Uec.vor Ctono almi re fir. .n hU letter to lli Hiiir to I bo coukfni.. T.lilih ira ln. lu tit. Uul . a lew ilujn tp. h n tko ilrim trAtlc etato roin...

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. — 26 August 1904

1 is-vs.' tit I .1 MOHTGOWERY TRIBUNE. Publlssliocl Kvory Friday. , BY Ttin TKIUUNIi PKINTINO CO.. H. C. AsllllAUnil, Editor St Mani'r. Hubsorlptlon In Advsncs. On Copy. On Year . , J.. Sl.oo I'fione q6. FIUDAY, AUOOSTai, IflOI. Republican JNominated Ticket. Nstlnc.nl Ticket. I .T l'rr.1.1. ill. iimnMiitt; i:ihi.i.ki.t l.r Wrrtih nl. ritMIIXs W. I Mi: HANKS StitcTT.'kcl. Itirlliniirnor. I!) Ill'" I', W..lltllllt'. I.r I.I.UI. mnt ll,i.ri,ir, JOHN ('. Mrl.'IVI.M rrtsr)r .f -inn-. jiiiix r. Mt'Mii:ii. Trssssr. r J. r. IIMM.Illl, Ali'llt. II, W. WII.HCII. lllr tltwrtl. lltltliKIIT II. IIM.I.KV Ua'lstel as.1 aH4M.ltNBmUlii.'r, HUNK IMllllrMW IVr fVwtrw.H Mstti t'Mrl.-l. J. ii. ii.iihi:ic Counly IKkct. n-eiv-Milslltrt Jllll.V V. M ill I. IrmuIIm .ltnfS-jf, . . I.MI I 111 V. H-rtlt. ion v j i.riniiT. C.llirtM. , AlH.l.l'll lll'.MMI. A sr. y.K. Ill NT I It. TrffMimri nrii i: II. HAM. fi.w luurii l r.nr. IIR. I I'. I I.KINrf. lulIUt ,1mlnLlrt"r, J. J. mil i.i.i.r. i.Hliimt I Wi. I Ir.t In. ...

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. — 26 August 1904

JWWT60MERY TRIBUNE. Ballflownr. Mr. and Mm. J. M. Davidson have moved to tholr now home on Dullllowar nvo. Ch Moore and family of I'rlco's Itranch will nova to th housa vacated by thum. J. V. Rchowcngcrdt threshrd .Kit bushels of wheat Monday. The quality wa the beat we have con this season. QeorKo KochHsor of neat this ,placo had the ml'fortuno to have about rm bushel of oats burned ilnthu Hack last Saturday. The fire started from a spark from the enclnn Jut nftor starting to thresh. W. 0. Nelson lias resigned hta iposltlon nj cashlei- of the Hank of Ilellilowcr. He. hail been with the 'bank Just one year. Curst Bolstlca. llev. V. U, Klley, f,. U. I). Cuba, New York, wrllcsi "After fiftien days of excruciating pain from elatla rheumatism, under various treatments, I was induced to try linllard's Huow l.lnlmnnli the first application ttlrlntt my first relief and the second entire relief, I can Klva It un(uatlno'l reeommenda lion," rc, ffOo, SM.IU. Hold by City Drug Storo. Now Hopo n...

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. — 26 August 1904

HON, HENRY G. DAVIS IS DULY NOTIFIED Distocratlc Vice-Presidential Candi date Given the Official Tip. AT WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS lluun'rr.l. l Knthn.ln.tl Item, rrnt. t-'rtm tlralnla and liar rierlnis tlNlM WHnr.sril (Vri-Mnny, While Sulphur Springs, V. Va, Aug. 11 Henry (iuutir Davis was form nil notion that he la Hi nomine uf tho democratic pirty for vlcc-pren-Mrr.t or the United Htatea. Mr. Davla cvvepinl thn nomination In n brief npt-edi reviewing the political tltua lino, echoing I ho sentiments of Judgo l'arlter on tho money ipn-itloa and ex fressliig thv determination ti bo euc ewrfuJ In tint campaign. IttprcmnMllx John Sharp Wllllama, of Mlarisnlppi. thilrman or the nutl(I fi Ion loimnlttcf, drll.rrru the noli IliaUon .iddretw. ( I rrt-mttnlr. nn tht- l.nttli. The eerr-monles were held on thn 1 1 n nt th Whlto Sulphur Hprlnns ho in. h!'h affords a natural amphlth D ir. the ground sloping tip from tho IMS III Nl:V tl tlMAtVAT IIAVI.1. H"'ak.'fV and on nil "Idea and ihel t r i l...

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. — 26 August 1904

BUILDING A SMALL SILO. Mot Such a Wonderful Undertaking , If You Xiiow Jutt'Whtn and When to Begin. In my ciperlencc 1 hate teen all klndl of ghapoa. li( and material to due. I do nut know of anything heller thaa the 'cumtnon 2it of ivimmerra. A alio 14 feet In diameter will feed 20 cowl; a lft-font 3(1 co, and a ZVfooC CO com, wllb uo loll. Wo will uo tuppoio that jou an read; In build the tllo. The ilti ! t. lected ni near at r-nrllil to the man. gcra. The lto It lild oft with a board, c. halt aa tin at the Intended ilto. A lln In end of board driven In renter o! foundation and a per; In thn ether end to mark rlrele, will lay foundation mark for foundation ditch, tlx moving ln In from outride circle 1 Inhen, the Inllda lino of thn foundation U made. I3ea vale, to a depth of II or 20 Indict. Fill In with broken nick tn level of j-rotihd. Mak renlent thin enough to run freely between Ihrte rockt and Bit tn leiel ol (round, then brick or rocK can I e tiled l't.N OP ItUl'MIPII-O. to r...

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. — 26 August 1904

m A'' If: 4 1 IMNTIUaVFRY THUMF lN,B,h Du,,,ct Rpwnru. FRIDAY, AUOUBT 20, 1004. WABA8H TIME TABLE. WmI IVnlbd. J,sT St. Ij'tU. tin. IV-t.tls.tii, i. tin. a. CW. m... INii. t -f :M p. m .... No. s I 1D.ni. Kn. I Tlp. m. ... Mo.7-lt.lpm . . no. llIHOp.ni Arrlreln Mnntaisocrr. . Wilts. Ill Ili23 s. m 4J3 b. Hi S:37 p. m 9 Hp. m . 12:47 k. In i.oi s. m Houno. 1rs Mimtufitnrryj Arrlfo tn sl, limits swi. 1-1 u . r hn.M-4.4a, n 4n. 10 7.fAa.m... !. CO-HtlT . HI .... Kn. 1-1 SI tv m . .. Ho. M- im p. ni. Wis sll:l p. tn ...... .. l.n .. MS. si 11:10 m,, .A'll p. m .?! . m . l:Ws. si H. Ajtchl. A meeting ol tha republican committee of the 9th congressional dltlrlct im held yeatAday alter noon at the Hotter hotel. The gathering m originally called lor August 10, but wm postponed! two dnya tn provont a conflict with the Judicial conrentlon at Jefferson City. Betide electing ofllccri and an exccutlre commltteo, tho committee discussed plant lor the campaign. Report from all part ol the district...

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