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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 October 1904

Democratic Ticket. Ointlliuiil fnm Tri-rcdlng I'M. 1'iir IU(irwnUltf In C'ofrrl -CHAMP CLARK. Fur Julius nn-ull C'iuM Ilili Cltcolli Full tfrm-JAUK 11. IMIINKTT. (h.,rllrfm -II. W. JOHNSON. I'nr ltirrM-ntalhl A. II. tlRUNERT. I'nr Juris Omnly Court. Ul IH.lrlcti 8. C. 1IISIIO". I'or Juls.ljiunlyivurl,rr,il IH.trl. tt JOHN !(. MOAN. I'ur rrooetfutlnir Allnrnrji K, r. llOSKNIIF.ltaK.il. JOS. T. HUNT. Korltillrrfcirnf Itfrvrauri r. C. KENT. I'ur A.Miri JNO. N. WOHLANI). Fur Tnurrri J AS. I, McqL'IK. I'nr surt.yurt T. L. CAIltlWKI.L. I'ir Talillt Ailmlnl.lr.tiiri WRIOIIT L. HMITII. IVr t W.lsltl. I.Hilc..mrrr Ttntli: W. H, IIAIinisON. I'nr Orti.Uttlr- 1'nyr I.'utr Tnsit.blpt JAM KM I). 1ILACK.' IVr OmtUMr ham III TowoOiipt THOMAS VAKLKKIt. t-'ir (VnttaM liiutrt Tnilin J0Ni:s (HlKUOIlY. lur ContaM iWt 1'rrtk TimhOilpt 1K0K()P. TOOK. 8TATI'. OK MIBHOUHI. Coc.NTY or Mo.STdoMKItY. SKA L. 111 teatlmony whereof, I hereunto ret my hand and alllx the real of unld court. Donu Jonosbura. rninil. ...

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. — 28 October 1904

; J0HT6WRY TRIBUNE. ibllahtd Kvery Kri.lny, ' ji.CAmBAIiflM.CJIlor .V Viang'r ubacrtptton In Advane. tCbpy, On Vur fi.oe r- Hion oft. .FRIDAY, OGTOIllilt 2S, HlOI. Ji,K. Burnhnm, editor nl the only democratic pnpcr 'ulnnm coun ty, anil tccrclary mid treasurer c( the dcmocratln county committee, bMcpdrrril his rr.tlKoatiiin to the county committee nml renounced hi allegiance tothn pnrty. I'nik er's norolnntlnn didn't agree with tiTi liieu of. mnslstonvy and llirn folk'. Indorsement "if Cook nml , Alien wan nioro than hn .ould aland. Ho was a few inntli ago . aci enthusiastic aupportcr of Kolk and wan organizing Folk clubs. Its hai been n lender In uemw ocratle affalra In old I'utnnm and ; hl action will hara much Inilu- Kllhu Knot nl Mndlroti Square ' Garden, New V,rk, V ilni-sday I nlnht Inst week spoke to hly . 25,000 people, mid during his perch cotnpli lily cut the ground ' from under Judge 1'nrkeiV posl- lion Ihnt tint Philippine nie nun- I upporlliic ih1 11 Imnlt ii Ut tin ! Un...

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. — 4 November 1904

THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eight Paget 40 Columns. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER i, 1004. VOL. XIII. NO. 4. ikfakfakfH , 4'. 'V m Standard on Stealing flufe. , The Standard editor got on hli wu paint last week, and waved the bloody shirt until ha almost sweat blood. A guilty conscience Beed no accuser lome lay. but such would-be bosses at he It It well for people to find them out Here ie pert oi hU ono-colum apology lor that Walbridge day band doings. The other part of the article Isn't worth copying! " Tha Tkibunb's tirade was to be "expected. Brer slneo the Kansas Jay hawkers stole nlg cere, mulea and horses from the Mlttourlaai before the war, It ha eeetned to people ot tho TaiatHK editor's ilk the proper thine to take and stake m of what doc not belong to them. " Ererjr time the Standard saan eeea the Tmbunb he soems to Imagine that It editor wa one of thoae Kanaaa soldier who somo years ago clesncd out hlmeelf and crowd of reputed brush whacker In western Missouri, a...

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. — 4 November 1904

ft mi if t. - .a 14 Mi ;RIBTTTSrR . raelsikid lit MM www ram.nti co. .3 MwrrvoimT. uissovm. , tCeimelloe Vm Colt, postaaiter of mm, York, dies), oa lb :sth, of tort ad mart hare flatly rev- fo take Dart In Prril.lrnl li,,, j JeM'a etopnsed aeare confcreace. 1 In. Patch, tea mat exist harea. Wejfca Ike world'a lima record for a MM at Memphis, Tenn., on tha fa SS-Tlae, liMfeat. t : . eatketk of Milan, Itatr, have derld ! fit take pert In the approaching alee $ aseave, la spile of advice lo the coatrery Slvaa by tha Vatican. HO I NOVEMBER TptiT kllM Isshr.Ra'l a... lei..- I 1 - ' I i . J ' 3T fit 6 3 20 7 4 31 28 I 8 '5 22 20 9 16 23 3 10 4 11 18 H2s Taa (rial of Dr. Wataon at New Log. eafce, ,Ma, oa Ida charge of murdering Ma wife, waa continued, on the :ltb, at HN Instance of tha state, until January JsV Tha It nlted Stales supreme court hai Waa naked to decide whether pig lead M contraband of war, and ttio question waa argued Mora that tribunal oa thi uta. ' lira. Itay M. Krauas ple...

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. — 4 November 1904

. M-t)-r- THE TRIBUNE. t'al.l.i..l llr Till'. Tllllll XH I'lllNTIMI CO. UONTdOMCUY. UIB80UIU. TM.BLIND - -. .U0D8 SPORT. (A TIt from Auttrall.) BY ETKX'. KILLS. It l fur .Imrlorbir I he rirer .low that Ihe kangaroo fenrcUumdevnlcdlv nro nc l"8t Mln Dtirlc," Raid I lip IrUhinnn, One goon much more ipilckl.v by the rlicr paddock roud, and It in 1- by tliu rlnrk now, Mil tlMro," nil lil I lie Hiotchinnn. "It'll cnnler tu get nboul ntuntigst tlie gritnn tussocks with out n heavy habit on," nald the Irishman. '.Miunroiil U shilling for u rail' ter, uud the blut-liell )luln wnn tike n gulden when I riiuicucrnnn It I he foiennon," Mild (he Hiotchinnn. 1 1 nice llurle puikclcil her pict t.v blown over the two templing of' fern. She wan ntnudlng on tlie tow, level bridge -it narrow plunk nirnlt- nlmimt Hush wllb the wilier and l.er nllm, white rind Ilgiiro wan reflected In the t ream ih lu a hoiking glnnn, mii Unit Con Hylven ter, renting m htnourn In thonkllT, Iniil no need to look upwind 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. — 4 November 1904

ram, ' 4 L aBB So 'fa. IK vt MSB. A It HSF I 1 I m 0 w3 BIJ1U bntgomery County, Missouri Ejection Novembef ,8th. I&irotfc Ticket Vw rmilmm KiMtare. V MW-K0MT K. KMX. tUlM-M. C. WBTMOFIM. p&m MM.-IIKN rilANKUN. DtaL-JAMM B. LOWKLL, ttN DWI.-JAMU U McCtlB. RgJ It"--KIT COLLTEn. tHaL-WM. M. ANTIIONT. k M.I.-JOIIN U. NKWMLU JW'Alk Mai tnitw u minta fiM Utak-IIUWAIIU KLLIB. lMaL-JKItkUlAH V1IUIN. ,'lHk lMat.-TllOMA M. JKNKINS. Dl.t.-JCWKI'II THAUNMILLKR. IH.I.-UUI()N It SMITH. Mlk tJUL-CIIAIILLH II. HIIAIII-. IU DUI.-HIIKI.LKJN A. UlllllT. Mill IMaL-A. J. MUMUKIUL Fur f Juvtriiuri l$oKvn w folk. For uiiuiimiiUuttriMr. tVIIOMAft I- HFHKI. fur Mtirt-tirr uf Mlttlci A. -SAM V. COOK ' . Fur fuii Auditor. VAUIKHV O. Al.l.KN. Fur Hut Trvnturrrt JAMM CtmuiLL. Fur Atioriiry'Urnrrali nm V. MAJOIL aTor IUIlrM. mi J Wanhouao CommU- Mnrn li. iti.m: ihilkhii.. Fur Jittltfx uf Huj.fr nit Courll AHCllUALtH Al. NlHlOHON. or Juda HI. Ifttiila (Villi of Appvala .VaLLK llKWU U.S. - r4lT . CONHtlTI'...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 4 November 1904

v J rfltfi Tlrt BaamMms Tliittf ltay'1i- Piif Pf JT SiAMtf Tltt ' l9 r HJWBrw IMHu HM IMn IWW IMNw ln"W rMlY IMPI VMavlWI IHn vMMW aVIri , CVnll.w tnm, IT rt, Oo.ll.Ui lnrmN fsae, SIH Inm f-rUM ttf- (ll.M from Prrrt CM. OmIIiim4 Ima rnrndlm rn. OiiiIIssis "HjHB8B f rnf Ksrii .Mllr. I OaiitMi "of MtaUrs la Oms i ' " '.- - ''-''7Iy??! OHAMrCLAaK. J. llTSTOff OAKBM. IWIVpmUU-srat i lnMUUXhOaiMI r-liwt.!-!.( , IVtllnjJ)(t I S for J4ff amHOMirt lliti Clrealtl "Uf Ja Obtest Umrt 111k Clrt.lt, .$.ftV-V , '' .S H f.lfwwXMSrE blUNgtT. rslltarm. y . -----, ) 'I ''-Hr rfi.4irC1hrUCortllil!CI.lt, CnrJwInClR.li Itartllial1rc.lt. rwJMnctrr.lt OnMini. i.i. tarl4t) tJrr.lt rxrt ts Mwki'. i , ''. r.lll . . r.lll. riirjJW. ci-.lt , ciir.li. ,., .t'AM '(" riJCI-.liv.rJ Jit cirr.lt, rurJadeClrraM VaaMlltk Orc.lt, f- t.H'''.B H, 1 tkort lf-ll. W. JllHXmjN. ItkortUrm, -;S " ' ' ' ' -BM B tlgl r-'.ricu.rHt,ii J"i-" o-iit.ci-.it, J.o-.iicrtiiiiT5u:" 1 '"" ""?.? HH i i i i i , TainT Wwtl ti-r, Pburtlrrm, Mr...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 4 November 1904

-.1. C. 1 Jl.l fir i v f "ft tIfv to Ik Ka SHIPS CLEW FOB ACTION AoHflty la AU tck Yard. British tlTKATION GROWING BLACKER M4 Hal laallaa la Aeeel '-. iMactMhr uaiaaaiiaa, ,' ,. .Vlswaaaalral ereelartl Mar ' ai-- Mall Ik Kaeslaa Admiral V. tMkrallar, s. a.-Te aklaa at ika i , aVMUa taaaaal asel elearea laelr ttaaha Tkartaar alleraaaa. II U ra kWai Ikal Ika nkilt leal, sella laa aaataiiaa at Ik l,aiileslla Caesar, arM aleaa-tteat.arl I'rlaar Mara ' vtllk Ika alleaed aarassa al H -at Ulkrallar. Html taraada beats led Taaalee fflkataaar atirraaaa tullr aalaad, "WW. al Ika ar.eaal I. imillhl amder Mak areasare. A tlltlalaa al Ika Madllerraaeaa aUal, taarllaa alt l.aiilasklas, all tka arssarea aral.ers aua 11)1 laraeda I kaata la espaelad I. arrl.a area 'l- ' ar. Laadua. 4 p. aaltHalaad rafaaaa a aaaapl A.laalral HudJasUeaskt's aataaailaa. Haaala balks al Ika Idea of rrrall aauj ar al bar' uncart eulaable la tba aaallar. 4 Baataad nlll aut .la.lsre Mar, bal KaHl latarai Itus.la llial Ika...

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. — 4 November 1904

5' Maw to a Kapar. Dt-Deuew' direction! lor being hap py in published for tht comfort of those who ir detponde ntoecr tbt dull ucs of Hi stsson, th loot of a strict ot (dim lo Ibt tall-tndera la the National league or other frcatdleeourafcmcntat "Jly reclpt for happiness li to keep Is touch with tht young. Join I tkelr gtmei, b partner la their dmee, romp Iht faileit and lorn tka quickest In tbt Virginia reel or Ibt country dance, fo up lo tbt old collcgt and all down and light your pipe odlng col lege eong, take tbt children to Iba theater and howl with them at tbt roaring farce, and laugh with thea al tba comedy, and trj with thea at Ibt trtgedyl bt Ibtlr ronfldanl In their lota affair, and. If they art not equal to II, writ Ibtlr lot letters, and neeer atop writing aomt for yourielf Pa trol t 'rre I'm. Rival la Cm I. A poaalblt new rival to coal la loom Inn up la aaeut, a dark-brown oil liquid which la a byproduct In tbt dll million of raw petroleum. fluaalaaad ret eral other cou...

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. — 4 November 1904

1:1 S ill t fflBKll vm v wtaa ii m m v .1. ' nt... 1 ifr I tlu'jMaajr F: ' ft,- thwtfaac kW S oanttraV W dlua, , & r.".nsii retry Friday r . r'rwNTiNa co. Editor A M.nt'r. I In AM. ll.M ,Y, NOVRMBEn 4, ISM. ,'iallkMaWttrkertoMo. WM kw to ipeech, rapped fmuo . cdoioio nro. aathortty ay MoJ. nor tat Promlaed Lnd. mery ..county I ailrf to Hud for General Manlcemf rr ol the Her- C Killed In the asiault at Daoeaaber, 1775. aeuretary ol Mate Ham Ivan out hli amend Hiiiltlla lb juinatlinllnn mAwmr. to W chosen demooratia tw hear lea pralae of w eoarce. f'i. W. MM States marshal are hunt- 'tftetraMoo repeater In St. mm will watch out for te '.'M election day. Yoit may Ml the Mlinourl court for not with Undo Sam. Hawe. In an Interview I AMI laid I "I havo claimed tfA)foolk'e campaign ha been aaaf hypocrisy, and that he ha Mlattallon of carrying out eotno t,aa, relorma which he advo- .nlnal As far a known. Ilawot lata MtVaHred that opinion nor peloglied for It, Jvdga Parker bcloiitt to th...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 4 November 1904

to the . . . MONTQOMKRY CITY. MO., FRIDAY, MOVKiiltR 4; W Kansas City Star's Support of Folk Threatens Roosevelt and Fairbanks FOLK'S ST. LOUIS ORGAN ANNOUNCES THAT MR. FOLK'S CAMPAIGN IN ST. LOUIS IS IN THE HANDS for HAWES AND BUTLER. WHOSE POLICE AND ELECTION MACHINES HAVE DISFRANCHISED lEFUBUCifNS AND DEFEATED REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES FROM PRESIDENT TO CONSTABLE EVER SINCE lf99 A VOTE FOR FOLK IS A VOTE FOR FARKER Butltr and Hawet, In St Loult, Will Not Count Their Fraudulent Vote for Rooievelt The Corrupt Vote Belongi to the Demo cratlc Machine and Will be Counted (or the Entire Democratic National, State and Local Tickets Safety Liea in Voting a Straight Repub lican Ticket 'Don't Scratch. If the Republican Isadora persist In a foollth purpose to belittle Folk and dodge the boodle leeue, they will only feeten laetlng dis credit upon their own orgenltetlon and Imperial still mute Mr, Rooee velt'e proepeete for Missouri's electorel vote. It le a remarkoble tribute to Theodore Rooieve...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 4 November 1904

rasa Nation Administration Endorses Missouri Republican State Ticket CYIUS'P. WALDR1DCE IS THE REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR AND WILL RECEIVE THE SUPPORT OF ALL LOYAL REPUBLICANS IN MISSOURI ON NOVEMBER 6 PREStiMW OOSEVELT L Bii4aCcKtxt in. Jiro Stlt K itsl JtVrvevi. 5omj CYRUS P. WADBRIDGE Wtl&lVul'tlVtcflJ'tf tAoPe&&A. fJrrvL'to-s. V. act' V tK- , .wsms.7'. in -eatMa J, Senator Fairbanks. SeeaUnc for Honeit Missouri to Vote Governor, and DtclerM that the Election of Cyrus P. Walbrldge Would Strength!' Ih) National Republican Cause Personal Indorsement of yice-PresldentUl Candidate Refutes Democratic Lie About Admniimuon Indifference to Missouri Republican State Ticket SenUr-Falrbanks Vouches for Mr. Walbrldge, Whom lie Ueclefes ta Hie personal Friend and Who Would be a Governor of Whom Any State Might be Proud. In default of Isttlnat campaign Issues ot any consoqucate sad, rocoi' nltlnR that their awn pirtyils hope lessly divided upon the ttrloen quee Hum awaltlnt;...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 4 November 1904

Supplement to the . . . Montgomery Tribune MONTGOMERY CITY, MO., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1904. GROSS FRAUDS HRE SHOWN IN REGISTRATION. W .a How the Lilts Were Padded In "Snake" Kinney's Ward The "Snake" and Folk Are On the Same Ticket Will the Bogus Names Be Voted by Butler "Indians" for Folk as Well as tor Kinney? Joseph W. Folk Oot This Kind of Vote When He Ran for Circuit Attorney. Tho Republican Slate Cnmmlttro'ej tnvcsllratlnn of the fraudulent reel. Utratlon In HI. Iml show lli.it In tho Fourth ward alone tho rrlflcd Hal of morally mastered mmr contain rrliltnro of cro frauda In nt lnt 1.100 ran'. In tho nttli precinct of Ihla ward tho ndi rial return rhc 191 nam n rosls. trrnl. Of thU number 3H nro IsiKU tho names of person who havo no cxlatenco In fart or of ticrsnns who arc rot entitled to volo Ihll fall leaf, InR Imt IIS Irinlly roitlstored name out of a total of 191. Thrnnrhniit H,e lower wards of SI, lmls In what la known a tho "Hut lor district" tho t:th ronrreaalnn-il dist...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 4 November 1904

EstimAije of Folk's Character Harry II. Hawes, WHs Been cratlc State Cooee to Manage the Folk Forces In St, Louis, Reviews the DtrKmlc Candidate's Political Hlstorv A Vivid Character Sketdsrf a Scheming. Hypocritical, "Practical" Poll- tldan by the MuWfho Is Expected to Elect Him An Address Delivered for Dtscratic Ears liecomes Important Because Folk Has Placed Its AAorln the Foremost Position In the Campaign In placing the reeor 1 I Joseph W. Folk, Democratic randW for gover nor, before the peoplOtiSMIaeourl, Republican leader anil Mori havo IntarlaMv quoted from Enorratlc nu thorltlee In support of t contention Hut Folk l noi the tlsrs reformer lip pretenda to bo nnd St be li the personification of bypolty anil de celt. , a final contrition, to this Irinrlmrnt of political Wnry we rub ral! n estimate of Foliey tho lend loir young l)i murrat of i 1rala, Mr. Harry II II.kmi Tliueetlinatc li contained In a public ips-h. delivered by Mr. Haw m m ll.innal. Mo., on November IC. J!03, nt...

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. — 11 November 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eight Pntfes 40 Columns. XIII. NO. . MONTGOMKKY CITY, MISSOUJtl, FMDAY, XOVKMHIilt II, 1!K)I. I on vt,m 1SEVELT LEADS HIS PREDECESSORS Blcjenl Vote Erer Given a Pretl- dentin! Candidate. DOUBLE THAT OF M'KINLEY II l lUlllHHIVtl 'lltlll III- He ltiilnp ntf Inlt-rrvt On Irr In allaturl. iNew York, Nov. to. Willi the rlrc- ioii trturnii "till htronipltc, the phi oily of t'r.Kilcuv Ilo.i(clt In Ihu uthm, atfiirtJinn to til Intlltalfoti fcVIm 'ayii. t.t, will' ! lie i,uunl plurality tvir i;.m an linrican i-antllilatp. Tl uvur! np ktwh to tin v itr wa. i.i 18ji1, uhct NcK nlry rvrttvnt a pl'iraltty appnu- Hiiml.iin (''." nn I In ibtt, U-i "ffCra-1 rn Itnl T'-.'.'jyl plmuli-y. ilmiitlay nlnhf tht mur-i it-ntrM i Mi Mtrl an 1 Marvlan I. Iatp rrlu riia tic" (ha th" t. ir r xtatp Ih In ItiM r nl-llt u.i rnln.-tii, mi far a pnl- -iitm on or o t.vmr'l. I nt that lo Mi I u i Hi .1. it .i ij-Y a;nlt- pat ha 4 Inm ti iiM k ivmor. In llniatMl tli pn I'-nMal wn will krohaL y 'h l...

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. — 11 November 1904

THE TTITBL'XE. THK TBI 111 SI. FKiyil.HK CO. MCKTCOMKHT. uusornt Tk St. Lvili police oSwrt bo tould not iww'i'iJ; mat rift! ramblera Ikijm h wit Saa-ity ar ' tree hero. i(t0 f eu,),, juty for ' It lut of nta i-t.e ar li,e"ably ar. la China p,riui,a roia may t taw- i fully uairafa4iird bta It U In ten 1- to i9 w pia4 u -a, cotr.ni of tbt Ctal. Th faint uiiov tbat the coaliterMl fut&i make, tb dead Jut happy mfI ccmt wild. Th California ttate board of trale la voted tii rtett tb recretary of aarlctiltur of the I'nlted Statei to appoint a iikIU cotnnlwlnn ui xv certain iM report retardlaif all agri cultural product that eaa U railed la th nut.. October flsikir) vp her weather rec crd la fin b- Suit If only at wt!l Txrmlt November to alip into her la? n-1 rcmilq tbr. uaier pimct wtalner cun4ltoi, th Worldi fair raaaaemnt will b nor thin !. lo to rtm thabH. I'rof. Klwm .Sroit, hi notM Amrl(An axroaoBKir. dwlarea Itat (L rttcnt CuonrfM of Aft and Kel cnn In HL IjuU vat tb moat aata 11...

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. — 11 November 1904

THE TRIBUNE. I'al.tLtied lie TllllTllllliyH IIIINTIMI tit. HONTOOMI'llY. ittEsoimt. IN TLKASANT l'LACKS. When 1 Hint uw her hc iv;i lu ihu lane when It vronnua Hit' liinlti toad which K-atltt (rum the city lu Hvamnit rinccH. A xluirp uufilu la liimltr JiiHt tthctujuu I urn Iodic left by a liny church, which look, dow ii, wllli Itioatl mid Mailing fea ture, 11 1 1 11 t he- urn rounding cliiiril) ii nt. She iluahcd lulu view u I tin tinning tin.' cm tier wllli criminal ciiri'lcHituvsH, Inning ninii Ilia ii uiii' oje on my (runt lire, tililcli ri'ini'tl foiiicu lint llabby. TuiiiiM hurting her I miiTvcil into tin' la iik, l'or a m in I tii r temoii, 1 think, 1 rniiM liini' aitcricd lulu Is'ktgiiia. llnttftcr, 111 HllH I'ilHO I'llll! (lilt lint IiiihI inc upon II ll III' Cttlp of lllllllilKTI'V llllllC. "O ilcnr!" nhc mild. "Hint It liurlod im',''' I nuKiiicil licr Hint It lunl mil. though nt in v up' ainl weigh! a mini can hnrdly oxcrt to emu' eutlilo fnini mi atli'tnit to cllinli a Me...

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. — 11 November 1904

I Lou) io tn Jirc-a.l th rl I I mill 1 Imnpo IIH cm i tun-L rny, IN Ivy. Folk. Ha MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE, I'ubllMliuil Ifivury Kridny. MY TH 12 THIIIUNI! I'ttlNTINO CO.. II. C. ASIIHAIIOll, Editor .V M.ing'r. Subecrlptlon In Advnnoa. On Copy, One Year .. $1.00 I'ltiine ob. FltllMY, NOVKMHHIt II, l(K)l. The Clrcatcst Ifepubllcnn Victory Tho election In tliW roiintry lml Tuesday vnaono tf tlio nfnl-"l on rvconl, fur n'cr.il rensotia, lirlncltmlly of which Ittlmt It rivm to Thi-oilom Hoowvflt t ho Inrgrst mnjorlty that win evrr kIvoii to nny mnn for prcalilrnt of thou Unlti-il Stnli-, thi-rrby vnilornlni; all IiIh prniluua nrtlolM an purhj ofllrlnl. IIIH mnjorlty Is almost 1 ovrrwhi'lmlni; In In Immensity, nml fuw pi'i)ilu over thought for 11 moment tlml It wotiM 1 10 so uimnl inmi. Thy otilllllUs nro tli.it hail he titlit'ii mm miiri' liinehcon with Hooker Vit.lilni;t'i, to thu illHi'omfi'lture fit our ili'moerallc frlenil hero ilnuti, ho iiiIkrI li.uo carried even tile solid south. Tint ...

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. — 11 November 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. FIUDAY, NOVI'MIIHIl II, 1001. Mlddlotown Chips Horn, In V. V. Mny niid wife, October IS, I Wll, it tlnuHhtrr. A. K. Iloiulerahott.teneherof lh grammar ileptrtmcnt In tlio Mltl tlletown public achoola, look Ilia pupil hickory nutting laat Satur day, and they nil plcnlced In the wood. v Mr. nml Mr. J. K. Dougherty nml littln daughter, l.vnlyn, ot Mldlnnd, Tux., nru hero un a visit Loutro. David I'crrynnd J. W. Stewart of tlili vicinity have purchased Iota In llcllllowor and cxpecta to inuva there In tho near future and lire K"lnK Into tho butcher busi ness. C. V.. llrookahlcr anil (nmlly and I'. II. Hrookahlcr vlsttrd V. II. Clark and (nmlly of Warren county Innl-week. John Norman nnd w lf uf near III Spring visited V. II. Clark and family Saturday night nnd Sunday. (lco. Morrow and I. I). Gentry have been to Arkansna to look nt tho country and are well pleased SEIZED DV A CROCODILE. African Boy Had Narrow Eacapa From Awful Death. A hunliT In Africa tolls iiimu Mor...

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. — 11 November 1904

DAYPRDCLA1NIED Picildent DealgnateiThuraday, No vember 24, ai Thankagiving. RECOUNTS YEAR'S BLESSINGS lrnr Una 'rvnlll llhla Oar tlordrra. Our Hart fata Hat lUas A h 11 n 4 ant and tht Worker Af lrutrlua, Wawhlustou, Nor. 3. Tuo preildcnt ba ImuM thu Trance. vlu priH.a mat Ion, netting aside Thursday, No t tuber 21, "to bo obstrted ah a tla of feltvnl and thankEivliiff by all lh pwpto at the United Stale, at homo and abroad.' Th proclamation follone; "Hr tha J'rcaldvnt of tho L'tMlrd SlaUa. A frcM tamatlun. la H-asol Almighty dud ta bring IM Anicrlnii r-ol in atvy ana hnrtur throusli another iir, ana In crurd.tnc lh thv loitir, uiibrikii luttuin iKiiaU la it to u i-y uur tt tmiU-ts, Ih tun lint Ant Hlun a n In I ilr nhall Ix Ml apart In hiii t ihHnk llim whi hold It nation it th- hollow of Hu tuml lui th mtrch-a tliuN vuittMfi to m, "Iiuiing thtt tcutury uttd a muiiui of our luitiuna) if wt, u itt-orl, Imva lcn i-hnn-d Iwy.m.l ll nltwm. ami fr tn m . tminui' una hrik-it thank id i-i...

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