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

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eight Pages jo Columns. VOL. XII. NO. 17. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, F1IDAY, JSEPTEMHEK 2, 1901. $1.00 a vr K ! AbTA.tCE. Local Briefs. Noah Hart has sold hla farm near lllg Spring to W. II. Thomp son. waiter uau is uulldlng a now eight room homo In the north part oi town. Ham Hughes and llerridon Whiteside ol St. Louis apcnl Sun day at homo. Dorsoy Mudd la putting a fur nace Into hi residence, and will hereafter hent the samu with hot water. Iter. J. S. Smith of tho Melho aJlst church, went to Columbia Tuosday to attond tho annual church fonlerenoc. Misses Ucsslo and Kunlce Wright oi Washington, I). C, sisters of Mr. O. II. Cnmahan, arrlred here Tuesday for a rl alt. lie. O. II. I. Graham of Wll mnrdlng, l'cnn., was the truest of C. K. Johnson and family Satur day night and Sunday last. Another ptcnlo Is to bo held at Rhlneland on Sept. 15, afternoon and evening. Tho t.'athollo pic ulo of this city has been postpo ned until the 17th Init.ntllengau's grove on Wil...

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. — 2 September 1904

1 ,U'.lar - , : - ' I' ll I II I ' III 1 m ;fc THE TRIBUNE. , INthlltheil. lf. , , Till! TBI HIM: l i.-TI.l CO ' MOXTCOMEUV. t illSSOL'tll. 7F That waa n. tUh trohtbltlon awt mint adianied by an aaalatant lory cf mr navy that lnt ipMed ei h hli at christening tould nprer na.-n a man by lelng drunk. It brtlnrtr look ri 'htiimh the Hal. lip fleet,' ahuulft It im, 10 far Partem ntnrffr)rfTfl,le-i'Iprwaflllc the ItiiMlan fia in accord It a welcom Iiir (aline. One by otic' they dlaappear tremftbe field of action. Fetrciary of AKrltullurp Wll-am hi !iililct to Inalall a wlrrlci telegraph l.V'iii of fire alarm In all nmcrn tainlrorept rcamc throur,houl th imnlry. anil think that tha tep will contribute prtitly in their prrrpna -Hen. i II baa al Ian Urn oflMilly pun firmed thai the teatnr Itinera! 8ln mm mm mirli id rarry ijfnerrs. Thai len't nearly an liiiairiant now ai a latlafartor) amwir tu tha queaHiM, Alp there other. iidI alone In .p.v York, but pcwhcie? In tcl-Krnphlnc home in Mnrcn...

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. — 2 September 1904

THE TRTBUNE. I'nlitUhnl llr TIIKTIIIIUM. I'lllNriNll l'l. itoNTCiOMi'.nv. aussotrnt. THE MUSIC OF MOXEY BY NEWT KEWKIRX. (Copj ilithl. by The sliorlttory rub. Ilsllng Company. All lilhla reserved ) lluptlstrl.aCrnlx was weakened, wltlicicd, little nml old when he came nlouc from rrance lo New Orleans, lie died tjicrc, but that was In 1801 1 no his story Iin been lost tn llie wot Id lu I lie tour Hint hate pussctl. llaptiste l.aCrotx bad n god llaptiste I ,a Croix loved tint one kind of tn imle - Ills (jod was money ami his music was the chink of the shining metal. Often, ns lie walked, llaptiste thrust III hunch Into his pocket" ntid ran his trembling flngcis among n few coins that lie always carried, no that they would ellnk together Then hisotcs would ill- lull. lit. t.,i. ..!. i ,..,i,.i .. ,..,,i I nv..r M .mw..t 'm... ......1.1 I unite, hut It wn n smite that ' H "ialvel.vl.iillt, stone upoii elilIled-tl.eMiilloofni.ili.er. He j "J""''' ."'J' 'l,,"'au neter did this within the ...

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. — 2 September 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Publtnho1 Uvury Friday. ' BY 1MB TKIHUNG PRINTINd CO. il. C. ASlltlMIGH, EJItor tt M.mit'r. Subscription In Advanca. One Cony, On Vnr., Ii.eo Phone 06. "PHI DAY, 8KPTi:.MUlilt 2, 1901. 1R Republican Nominated Ticket. National llckct. I or 1'rr.l.li til, tlirolKilil. rliMtal.Vl.l.T. I ir Vlia -I'r.vlil. nt. I IIAIil.l" . I'.llllllVMKa, Male Ikktt. tVirilmi-riMr, ft lira I. WAi.iuniir. r Llrtittaiai t lli.rrn.ir, JdllN IV Mrlt'lM.r.V. aat n larr .r rial.-, ..ions r. owwicit' IrHMrrr J. r. 11M1.1.K ii. ii. iv. wii.hhi, .Mlnrti.v tut,, ril. IM.IIIII.HT II. IIAIH.I'.V. Itallana-I aial Uarjfc"l" cVBWil4uti.r, iiiank niuiirvw. l'ia) ItwmMM Mali, Ja.lrl.-t, J. K jit Kill It. " Counl tUki-t. Ilfir-tftdtti. joiin v. m,iu:i. Itfncinlr.fc AtlrtHx, A. w. i.wiurTV. Ma-HT. JuilS t -i.niiiiT. tvii'tiif, AltW.t'll IIKVIMI. ,VaaMir, B. W. III sri II. TMa.arrr. v ' - TH,R II. HAM. iirVriiir. , .. ClwriHKI.lt (V mtn-r. im. i' i i:i.kix l-.Uk- .vdwli.l-lt.u.r. J J. tiliri.l.tT. JaUar...

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. — 2 September 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, SEITEMUEK 2, I0O4. New Florence. From I ait wrt k'e llcr, T. W. Halloy of Suinmerland, Calf., Is( hem thin week. Twenty years ago ho was n resident of New Florence ami with his brother Hob, rnn a tin shop and at ono time tho mill. M. !'. Hoc. wentto Moberly Mon day with his son Earnest who desires tobonlncomotlrccngtnccr. Earnest has been taking n corrcs pondenca course, In some parts of engineering and mvlo a good jrrado of IHl out. of a possibility of m. C. i:. Mattocks Is now n street car conductor In .St. Louis. Ills wife anil children left last Friday for Denver to visit her brother, Marvin McDnnlel. Tho latter Is chief eook now on dining car. i i . ... "" i.ognu, n lormcr ctlliten of this place, nnd a son nf Felix """ ' inwniay ,.uu visit with relatives a ,,.i,,,i,uoii. ma remains pinckl, 111. They will wi-iu iiiu'rrcu m wriglllljliy. ' Lewis I'cnn (col.) aired about years, died at his homo hero Tues day morning. Ho hits been feeble and unable to wo...

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. — 2 September 1904

1! , RUSSIANS RETIRE FROM ANSHANSHAN""1''1' ",ro,, ,")" ,",)' nsht,!" iiuiii nnuiiniiuiinii lh(1 .. ,.. , wh,rh w impt Jjpjiie.e Said to Be Advancing With Great Rapidity. CONDITIONS AT PORT ARTHUR lap llfriipv ftrn.l' 'll nt Ihe f M H.rlnnt rn.llln... nnl I'nll nf Ihr Mr lo Unit Ur. linn nf It.,.. 1 Inn tHH4 imm yo ri... it.a.i.n. 1 rr.1,,.1 f,..,'. i.......k.n a.l.r.nr . I nllr, . a.M M.,h rn..U ,(j it. ,im. ..r S .... . ,, ,. 1 1 , ., " i".'.."" !. V "' " ' ",' " '" ' Urn mm urcuiiiii h( iii huMlinN ! nit ,., i., ) l l rplratttrfi niNrir In mm or .I-.I, ll pl.l AI..1 4 H.lrl. ,,.,. r,.l J.,,,.,.. lr.p., !.; krnr4 Iho l.il,Ur nn4 .hrllrd I l.r ! r.u... .i. .nt, ii- i .ril,r ihr L. i..r,' ....., i,. aim. -II,. .I.i - .rr ' ii,i:m i) i i mm im:ii. tt feltrtt Ititt llfMltlllNH 1 11 tt tl 1 1 H M M t.ldtl lltllll Toklo. Anjr, . -The ifi.eral .tatT iiuilnMnnl .II'iiot UirwiitluKit Buivlar , .rwriilnK thr llahMM In It.. lclnlir ... ..... ,... .u.. .fn. . ikTinuii ira. M'lirti nifl rill l...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 2 September 1904

WHAT THE 9EAKER SAID. LOW DOWN FODDER WACON Of Cooaldeiabl. Value Where Corn Fodrtcr Uaa to He Handled lu Large Quantltlee. Where much mrn fodder la lo t liamlleil llie imlric vf llnar and li'jur S of Terjr man rial ciinaldcrallon. A loav rack almllar to the one aliown lu tfie llturlrallun tiruvlilea vtich a con a entente line ritan atandloa on lie Matlortn tan by alrutil)- iiulllnf- Ilia tod iltr toward him (rum the -In irk load I lila Micnn auil araln br etariillnr tni tin ground can mll H from tli il.i. form and fIat on cuttliiK machine iiik- jiai.i: row down, llhciit (hxiplnit. Tli tnp of the rark N 'ill fict with atandera al eel hlfh. The atrlocera are Ii6 Inrhei, 19 to 20 leet lunar. Thc are li'ine from Ih front axle lijr mean, of a Icmttbencil klnsbiilt roMcd with a mil ami ili- r r'rnm the rrar aal. Hit) are eua. talnril by a Ihrrr-'niirtli Inrh rod, nut and ibr belnw, and hooka almr. le (.n or.r Hie ante. Htrlnicra atiouM be :o Inrhc apart In tli frVnl and 30 Inrhra behind....

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. — 2 September 1904

'I ft ii MONTGOMERY TMBUNL FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1904. sgffBBBk Wabash time table. WmI Bound. Ms re SI. Loul. ftaU-J.OI. m. Ho. S-S.ois. n sto,-t.M. m ho. p. m. , Kn. 1-7: at p. tn o.7-llprn Hit ll-llillp. m Arrltsls MonlKnii-rr. lha in .4.10 p. 01 II 37 p. in ,.S.SH p. m .11.17 . m l &. m Innvn UontfOfnrrjr. Arrtroln S4. bull flo.4s:Mn.tn K.lt-4!4a.lu Til m Tin. IS-TtWn ln.. 11'IAn.m S..I, vM:tt m. .... s.od p. m ft", llf p. m M Hp. m No. II-4 i p. hi. i.n m Antll!'.Mp, tn 1:2ns. m C. Il.t'AhSAltjis. Aftrnl. Mitt Ito.c Whllo In vUltln In Louisiana this week. Mrs, Clarence Kldwcll anil chll lrru arn visiting relatives here. Minn Davis of Hlpnti, Wisconsin, k thn guest ol Mint Knthcrlnit lrnven Sunday. Mlsn Julia Ferguson relumed limne Monday Irom a lew week visit tit .Inncsljurtt anil Hi. Louln, Miss Ida While and Jessie mid Anna Clupton returned Tueiiday from a week ol right seeing In tit. J.ouli. Dr. Al lleveltn ol Dig Spring Mient several dnyti doing Iho Fair lliln week while ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 9 September 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eight Pageti 40 Columns VOL. XII. NO. 48. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, SKPTEMIIKK 9, 1901. 11.00 . YrsR IN AllTAikCK Local Briefs. The baseball contest last Sun day between the Montgomery and Warrenton clubs resulted In 21 to r In favor of Montgomery. Tho reunion of the old Ninth regiment Mo. Stale Mllltla. Col. O. Oultar, commander, ha been call d to meet at Mnberly, Sept. 13 mud II. '-hn Zwclfcl of Wson, Kansas, arrived hero Saturday and went out to Amerlcu to upend a few weeks with hnmcfolks. Khlnelnnd Itrcord. Sixty-nine excnnfederatcs reg istered at the reunion In Auxvassc list, week. Prom thla county wern II. P. Oarrctt, II. I'. Hnethen and W. I.. Smith. Eugene Mudd arrived herefrom Ht. Charles Sunday, to upend two -week In these part visiting rela tives and friend. Mr. and Mr. Henry Kmerlch nf Darmstadt, Germany, and Mr. Vrlederich and ton of 8t. !ouIh, pent Hunday with Mr. and Mr. R. II. Atgermlssen. Chrla Hrattan. Hnlnn Itranill' fine trotting hors...

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. — 9 September 1904

Ilk, J?. i 1 !l fib .'fl I THETRtBtTXE. Iillahacl.., Ilf TtIK THllU'XK t Ill.tTINCl CO. MONTOOMEIIY. 'r "Missoum. "It nrtnni of tlx gratlttifi" to Hither Jahu- -DtjCroiiatidt, tho ntr ttu given tf)o prleeVr'a tnAcnJflecst diamond and aappnlro porti.'ral cni." Father Jobs, HJt rrt-grtcd, adrisrd Nicholas to stnonlio a certain taint It ha trtahetl franK IVltcT, of the. Unit ml BUlM army, hat been accorded tpocia) KCnon by the French army author. IH who hare granted him permlndoa to rpene) a month with the Fifteenth Niatment of mounted choaeeur to ludy Ihtir mcthcxla and monauTN. ,Tbe IOndon lanrot congratulate the Unltca-alty of Oxford In obtaining ro brilliant an exponent of irlence at Preef. Oaler, formerly of John llopkln xinlvrrally, and I tin medical profeatloo ct Umiion It looking forward te hit rornlng with cona-lilerablo Inte-rett. Prof, Mendele'eff, who uecuplov a prominent pea-Plon In llutala, do dare In a remit article, that all llu ln, from the cur dintn, know that many th...

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. — 9 September 1904

WALBRIDGE SPEAKS to wsmm The Uepubllcan State Standard Beerer Opcni the Campaign. 1 DISCUSSES STATE ISSUES. t TMm I ft (Hi People of flit 4'iiitiMiMM telll. In Drop lleiiiorrMlli I rlea mhI Aeeept Thn. OrTrrril M Mrpo'illi -- The trp'ibllran nf Mnnr oined (ho "late 'ampnlRii at Kan? a Oily on Friday nlcbt, HpiomlT 2 with one of the rrratrsi meetings cut held ta Urn t ali. ltfprtwntAtlto repuMlcatut aere prr-M-iit from every ivrtlou tt tho t-ommonwealth, and a morn rnthuK.u tic aiul.rneo ncn-r grot-ted- tb stand ard-tvarer of any party Kenator jiilrliankn of ImlUini, tep.rMU-aii tan Jldatn for rlrre.pnMldrnt and Cynic 1'. WatbrMgp, I ho party' candidate for eomtiur. olI.rtd addriMj Hen 'or KdlrljinkV i-rcvh iroa like b'lKto -"nil fur e.rry man who Mlmea ta u pnnnvwhc Rtiri-riiinrnt to fall la and do htt duty a an American, Mr. WallirMRr wna rnWrl with theer and for an hour pinned IiIa a'l dime" whllt be tll.ctiMi tin affair a of MlMMirl. tl a meai-atp, of hope to tho people ot .Mtanm...

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. — 9 September 1904

' -- - - "JB ' .v 1 'r, MQNT60MERY TRItUNL PubtlMhurl tCvery Krlday. BY THE TRIBUNB PRINTINO CO.. II. C. AsimAtIGM, Editor &Man.'r. Subaerlptlon In Advance. On Cony. Oik Year , Il.oo pnon oft. "fridayTsbptkmheiTo, 1901. Republican jiominated Ticket. National llck-t. I'ur I'rrklil. nt. TimilxiltK litKi-KVM.T. I'nr Vlii-1'r-.lil. nl, C'll MII.Kl W. rAllllllMC. Slue luket. I'nr llott fi-ir, rVltIV I', "ai.i.uikii:. I'nr l.truli-tmnt Ikhi-iimt, JOHN I'. M.-1'IM.KV. hirrtiry tt lHle, JOHN I. n'.t'AMII II. Tn.nrr J. I'. IIMI.I.KII. .Wilier. II. W. V ll.OF.lt. Anuria v Utntriil. n K umi: KT ii. HAin.Kir. SUIlnwl n.t nrrlfHtf tSimniL.littirr. I HANK HIIIIITI.1. . W (Vtifr-iit.it .inlli ItMrttft. J. II. U Mllll II. Cminly TUkct. llvprtM hlHlltc. JlUIX v. m.iii:i. rro-eiitlriil Atlnrltry, A. VV.l.AIIHirV. ruiiir. JOHN J. M.FIIIIIT. (Vln-ti.r, Alxil.l'll IIKVIMI. r.tv. nrvrHt. Tr-H.ult-r, EINTIl T. II. II M. Htittryi'r, il l.AV ll.tlill!. . l-triitii-r. 111!, a V. FI.KIN. PaMIe AliiilMrato...

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. — 9 September 1904

A Record Breaking Street Fair J &S IS TO BE HELD AT r - v I MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, OCTOBER 12th TO 15th, 1904. f : t Everybody Invited. Everything Free. Open Competition to Montgomery and all Adjoining Counties. MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. FIUDAY, SKI'TKMIIKI. l, 1001. Now Floronoa. rmm la.l ae It. I.eailrr. Joo McCluto I now nolo pro prietor of the livery barn. Wed ncaday morning Mr. I). It. I.cavcll Old din liitcrctt to Mr. McClurc. Next Wodnc.dny evening, Sept. 7, IWH, nllho homn of Mr. rind Mm. V.. V. Corvoy, In this city, hi. (laughter, Ml, lluliln. will bn Buoll. k Mcr Dlclr llaluht find Claudo Cnhall and Mlaicn lloo Clara and llatlo ailtnoro .pent Sunday In Mlucola. Dr. Orlmcr mid wltunl I.ako wood, Calf., aro visiting relative In thl vicinity. MIm Ulchnrd of near Danville visited at her Undo Jamo Slnlc ton' lant week. Jams Adam now ha tho now church atthta ptaco under tfood lienilwny, Ha la bcliiKn.slatcd by Andrew l'arkcy, Maok llarnc nnd married to Mr. W. II. William., of ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 9 September 1904

JAPANESE WIN IN LIAO-YANG BATTLE Cea. Kuropatkto Falrljr Put 19 Rout By Gen. Kurokl. HEROES DIED BY THOUSANDS Tfce Ivor's Mm are nw In Cull He treot, While th Japs rvir.ao Tltfai Toniir4 t'rtln4 Hull. ( tur I Thursday' news fruui the scat o( war cl.Kiil with (ha receipt of two dis patches siring Information of most algtiMcant character an Inuring on the domination ot Manchuria at the cine uf llio prcnul campaign. Tho first canie from a correspondent nt KL I'olersbiirg, fllid thero at 10:10 l. in , ami Mlt that Don. Kiirorrttkln Mil withdrawn Ms vtliolo army to the right lank of llin Taltse river. so as tn meet Urn. KuroM's Hanking move ment Tim Infcrcr.ie drawn from this llwil(li was that IJan Yang had been evaiualod, thai city lying on th left IihiW of tho river. Nothing tiiniMlrm this waa received mull several hours lator, when a dis patch fnitu fit. I'tVTabiirB. ilalnt Hcn limbrr !, Kilil Ihnl "tho liotrn of tho evatuttlon of IJan Yang anil thi with drawal of thn lluaslan army In...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 9 September 1904

GETTING RID OF THE FLIES How to Comttuct ft Tlp Which la Bur. to So Quick nnd ato.t Effectl. Work. It la in ray matter to make a cheat, ad very cfficthe fly imp to kill on nif aiHiut row and hone. .taMea. A Unlit barrel. llh one. heail out, la placed In a turner of the liable, ami filled llh water. A luote board lover (a), la placed on Ilia barrel, and aa old tin plalr (til la tacked tu thu iHiatd cover to liuld any at tractive lly bait. Take, une yard of acreen wire and lack It around a circular board head c), a Utile Inn than one foot hi dlam ttrr The wire tureen ihould be id a width about two Inchea lea than the depth ot the barrel. Talk throe piece, of lath on c Under tbl, for Icr, to project one-half I nth below the hoi. loin, lut a larae acrew or nail In fen lir of the olltiitcr head for lltlloK II In and out of the hirrel of water. Hit inn cylinder on the barrel cover, over the blh. The Me will crawl tinder the cylin der lo set at the bait, and Inatead ol ftolr.it out a they ...

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. — 9 September 1904

MONTGOMERY TMBUNL PHI DAY) HKl'TEMHF.H 9, IBM. WABASH TIME TABLE, Wet Hound. Jvn st. l.ouL. Arrlveln Mnntffonicrjr. Ia IJ--T:0l . In. ., ..i lrt:l(a,nt Nn, l 9.ilit.ii , . m No. V l:.t p. in Ii.lsp.nl he, ft.::ip, lit ... S:7 p. m -Yd 1-7:' p. in, . .... ,.,. .... t.30p.tn n t-19 IS p m. . ... JJ.l7n.til tn. Illllp.m ......... Ma.ni Knl ll'innil. Ins ,Mial.,H-ry, Anl In m, Ural. I'M .hi Tills Hits. 8:ai p. in V sllp.m T:N it. Di l:Ss. m C ll.(!jiuiu. Agrfii, Km II9Ii.i hn. liu.:lin. m Nil I T:".tA i ii. m-iitii Krt. S J:M u. w ... iik II - imp. In. iiivin. m. riit. I Kn.4 New I'atal Disease to Children TIip attention of the medical de partment of (he University of Mis souri hm just been railed to a new fatal Infectious disease which somewhat resembles tropical t)y nti-ry that ha been raging (or Mx weeks In n Ocrman settlement i.tar the llltlc lun of Wlon In Clmlloit ccunly. Filly per cent of Unite Attacked hare died with in n frw day. Children are the i hlil rulTerrrs, those from ei...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 16 September 1904

Wat ttfw a, V-M.ir St... ..I ' , MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. 1 1 1 v jurr H Eight Pagca 40 ColumiiH. VOL. XII. NO. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOUKI, FJtlUAY, SKI'TKMlJHIt 1(1, 1901. Local Briefs. Millinery oponing nt Miss Em jna Turner's, Friday, Sept. Zl. Aaron Hubbard I putting a granitoid walk In front ol his atoro. Night engineer Hill of thoclly dec trio light plant and Jas. Kitls wont to Tcxaa lust week. II. II. Ludcrson and wits of near Price's Drain h, left for north ern Oklahoma last Tuesday, to bo abeent two weeka. Henry Urocder, the poultry man bought an so, aero tract of land near Danville, and wo understand contn m plates stocking It with fish. Mr. Henry Kuech, a former resident of thti county, but now of llartline, Wash., nrrlvcd hero Inst week to visit Mrs. I). II. White head. Tho Ucrmnn Methodist confer enco nt Allnmont, III., recently re turned to tho lllg Spring church, tho Iter. J. E. Tusclioft (or nnotlu-r year. Mra. J. Cyrun Summers and daughter, Miss Ucsito Jewell Hum- ' mora,...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 16 September 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Publlf.lic.-cl ISvury Krldny. 1IY THE TRIDUNI! PRINTINO CO., II. C. AsmiAUr.lnJItof .V Mang'r. (subscription In Advance. Oaa CopyvOnc Vev. ... $1.00 I'ttone oa. F1(IDA,Y. SIIPTKMIIKII 10, WOI. ..11 i1 1 . It Ik Iho ilictum of n Kunm newspaper Hint "a truo christian life enn bp belter '.lived up to on n (Arm than nnywhero rise.' Still, when tho nit inula kicks n hula In the cmlcnta 01 tho only wagon, tho old cow net a foot In the milk bucket, nnd tha now takes her oft.prlnR fore, promenade In the :nmJ uarnci,i, Harrison nml Mc Kurdeii, there will be thniiKhtnn.l I K,,.y .,,,, ,,, , ,,, .an(.unKool nn unchristian char- ; nclrr. Missouri hns r.00 pensioner who received last year 87,:tiV,tU7 from the goternmci.t. The com inlloner of pension in hi report recommend the p.Agoofn law' K 'vcrnmcm mere must uo iwo i that nny man who I convicted In 1 1""""- "ut wn ya m!tn vouttof nn Inlnmou erlmo nhnlt ""' nut rather belong to tho forfeit hU right to pen.lon. Al.o, lhn' 'lo...

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. — 16 September 1904

I i I Keep Your Eyes Open frSLTM,UMS ! I I Record Breaking Street Fair to be held in Montgomery City, Oct. 12, 13, 14 and 15. f I 3V" Pen Competition on Everything for Everybody. I Wiilch, Wait, nn.l )U ready for the groat COMIC STIttitiT PAItADK. 'I X Lot every School in thU ami adjoining counliuH turn out in thu (JHHAT SCHOOL I'AltADH. .1 X Read the Partial List below on Premiums offered. I MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE.!. lw L Fz&VXMU:. 1 " VVrSi ,.;; w,s-. r -r 1 -I ' JNO. T. HEN3LEV, supt. i'J,' rim m . i m J bc.t Hereford our 2 y.ura ' Bollflowor. - ' lit Cllll Mule Oi., in i.l.i nnd over, - -mf W. C. Kclion nnd family moved 1 Ul bet ,a ldlo neldln nny i V"itl Mii.'lii O i n i ''' " P KjiiZmlil'j; .'.!,'"!' ; ' ' r" 00 Tuesday to Monlo.,ytu.ko I W,1 '?' .. '! . .2.0) old 5" over.1'1'' ' " - " home. f, litit iVrmilalll vrVt urw' "'V lrl rMf u 1 1 .r I W M. Unlo, S via. U , , . . 7 :,) r3? V hao It from reliable nu-' I " V ! or ' 10 Ulii'i l"' " ""'l'" ' ? 'It ''" ' .w.-ttrfJWi i ?fl t...

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. — 16 September 1904

PROGRAM Reagan's of the CATHOLIC PICNIC TO BE HELD AT ; Grove N'KAK MONTGOMERY CITY Saturday, Sept. 1 7 S ii. 111. llnilil Marches tn grimmlx. !t :i. in. IIdvh' Sack Itaee. I'rize, Kancv l'oeket Kuifu hy R. (!. White Co. !:: n. in. (!lrV Kgg Itacc. Prize, "Tain OVShanter." hy Miller Worley. 10:00 ii. in. Titr f War. Cash ti winner. ID::!!) ii. in. Girls' Knnniiig Uacc. Pretty Shirt Vait Set, hy A. Unas Nr .Son. 1 1 :(I0 ii. in. ltoy' Serainh!e Shoe Race. Take tiff allocs anil stocking", put them in pile, go hack ."Ovarii mid tho two llnt gettinj: hack tn starting point with shoes ami stockings readjusted receive, 1st "0c ea-h hy Milton loncM, anil '-'ml neck tie hy Haas Son. DINNER: 11:30 a. m. to 1:30 p. m. '2:0(1 i. 111. Spjaking Ilcgins. COIi. I). PAT HYHIi, Repiihliean. HON. R. II. KERN, Democrat. "1:1)11 p. 111. RASE Itachelor. HALL. Prie. Montgomery in Hold. SUFFER. All Business Houses In Montgomery City Will be Closed Promptly from 12 to 3 p. in. MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE,, public s...

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