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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 16 December 1904

A SILACE DISTRIBUTOR. Carlo Which Dlatllbutra And Mllca the Fodder na It la Fed Into Silo. Stunii llmo aiiothcULIo I'annrrl'luv (rated a alias illttrlkulor. lurnlrllmc (if u larite I'onnl aiiiiirtiiU-d ly ruina m that the Ulncr iMld fall tiiii 11, will ly lllilnc mild iltuji tlin ailc lint un urir m'Ic ami then 1 n ll.i- other. The illait" ni.iarc inly itlll au tu lo mil' d, and xaiKrul Ly hand. The iliilrlliiitor I il"(rlli' Mri'S(ta Iht allaiM iirer tlw ntlri' alio iiiIik It at tli'iami I lino and hi n nr.re adjuatrd arlcht lnii li u (urihrr ilini.no nil the alio I, Wloi Maktaahlild "f board (U nli..l i' rp. f. . t -iiari lUng thl lo tin; t' "' tiv hiiiv'' the lilnRMtoacrew I run th tallT. ..ri.l lull tu the thleld fllOWINd MKTIMiD OP fU'l.ltATION. 1'ai'cti email pullcjs lo tlic iddo t( a inflrr n ihown In rut. 1'an rot emir pullt y and faatrn tolnwrrrdr.of shUld lt the other end (S) banjr down In alio with in rtntb. Tha a hi eld ahould bo placed nnt mora than one-fourth "f Ihe ri...

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. — 16 December 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY, DKCKMTIKR 10, 1901. jyjflgpjfcJBMk VVADASM TIME TABLE, Wl'.t lliiillifl. Lrarnl I mil., ArtUrln Mimlcnm. ry. Ko. J-0.ii. m lira , ni fco. h m .. (,, tn n. l?i. u .,...H) ,. m m IJ.i7a.ni Ijt lUninil Lenin Vitntmirnrry. Jlrrttft In ft. linuU Do, -l I -31 i. m l:SDa, in u. i-1'.mh. in irjnu.m u. I n, in il)n ..3-.a.Ji. in, . . ..silln.ni I. II i;.i.imii. Amnt. The Rev. Irl. R. Hicks Almanac Tho Iter. Irl. K. IllcUn alumnae lor IIW'i, 4 now rrftJy, bclni; tho flniht cililloii ever ImiiivI. Thli plnulM nml ciiKlly hook of 'JOQ piii;e ! n complete -luily of nit- ron'Jiiiy nml iitiirm nml weather lor l'J(L. It l too well kmnrn to lieeil comment. Sco It nml yo'.i w III m deelile. Tins price, purtpiildtonny lilre", l IIUi) percopy. Tho Itev. Irl It. III. W .clentMe, rellt;lou n I family Journal, Winin ami WoiiKi., mm n1irent Willi tlm Ije.t mitulne, I. 7.V) n year. Ilutli Woiin ,NI WoiiKN nml tlm Aim mil! fur 11.00 it year. No belter Itm-tiiieiil ponlMe fur nny p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 December 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eight PiiKCH 40 CoIudiiih. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FKIDAY, DKCEMIIKK '-:, 1001. 41 (Mi A VfJR ?1.UU 1M AtirAriCK. VOL. XIII. NO. II. Local Briefs. I Mri. J. Koblnson, the milliner, I soldier's widow pension ha U said to have Improved enough , just been granted to Mrs. t). Ham of lte to be out of danger. of thin olty ol Hi n month. Mrs. Dr. Muns left for Colorado , Seo A ll0J. o(lno streets" at' Chart W. Jameson, president urronji i ..-..-,- mo opera nouso io.uiriu, rriuuy. nt tne Houmern nana, 01 ruuon, with relatives. I A nii.hf.Imncrat dlsnalch 1 died nuddenly at hit homo Wed- from Jefferson City Wednesday I net-day of apoploxy,aKod 81 year that "Keprescntatlvc J. V.J cola, wero U'tolnitml.v nt tho oarcntal home, " - . . - ... ... ffl . ..Ill .... 1 .1.. n.. ltntl.lMY.il... u I ttvj will iwiitn n" i Henry Uroedor of this city shinned fifteen barrels of dressed turkeys to St. WUH last lucsoay. i . . , ,.,. .., ,i, Ood bles. the good woman that fof ch,cf f ayn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 December 1904

i THE TRIBUNE. l-bllhl IIT tiii: Titnu r. rmc ncci co. JIONTCOMUllV. I MI8S0UUL Canada leasts of 1 lootn In now railroad tin well at turn waterway. Tlift -Dominion, imputation ronahlr red, ha hardly nn equal In pushing trane poHatlon fnclllllt. Whin tho different musrtim of the country dlvldo up the Phlllpplna cx h Mil t thrro will bo a'. Iiait a thouuind lM nplcte. TIi enllre tolo supply Pa the l'hlllppIo.-A must havo been biytight over, 'flu j- arc out of nil thief now, at any rate. "tAtl year' ostal deficit waa nearly tl,M,(Ki( tea than tho cost of free ryal delivery. Hut fur thin new and roinmcndablo feature, Ihfro would havo been a poatat surplus. l'ro rural cMlvcry It one of tho Mr administra tis surceases of the period. Tho riporia uf American ininufac tifrra for Octolier amounted to (WHY lW, n in.0'),0") gain over Ito Kami lannth last rear. November' Increasi l estimated at $i:,ron.KNi. These figure- were nevrr reached leforo In lh manufacturing record of (hi) country. V.Min...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 December 1904

Miss Betty's Christmas Gift 11 Ilorr. Darino Lei me see! To-day Is yes, It la ttie tenth. Just to weeks Inm to-morrow la Chrlslmat!" Mln Hetty Dane, tplnsltr, stood be fore a calendar whlih Iiudr on her alt" ting-room vail. Sim aa a plump I It tie woman, upon whose faco a failed rink llmh atlll llngend, Her brown eyes were shy, anil the blown bare rolled back from her brow waa threaded lth slim. "Christinas!" aho repealed, aa aha ent back to her rocking chair. "I tup pole a CbrMlan woman ought not tosay auch a thing, but I dread the day," and tllii IMIr wiped her eyct. "I ouitht to be ashamed, and I am," aha went on, rocking to and fro, "mil it'a dreadful never to hate aChrlilmas llko folka who hare a family. Now I'm not repining bfiause I'm an old maid, rr t i,,f ! ih. m. i, r,t il,li,Lr f.,i for jear.anyay,"thoilullplnk In her 1 aomelhlne worae lhan bu)lng these chteka burned to crimson. "I hareu't i thlnse." a rclatlie In this part of the country Ml" Hetty paused. Her eyes spar a...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 December 1904

'' , I nnm nation i'eomi uu,. ,a -. MONTGOMERY TMUNL Publlnliud Every Friday. BY THE TRIBUNE PRINTING Ca. H. C. ASIIBAt.OM, Editor & Manc'r. Subscription In Advanca On Coey, On Year 1 1, so Mnofit 06. FHIDAY. DKCEMBER 23, 1604. When the campaign closed the expenditure o( thu republican tale committee decoded its re ceipt, by orcr yjr,(iOV. Chairman Tho. K. Nledrlngh.au paid the deficit. There are no debit left unpaid. Mr. Nledrlnghau I QOOD ROADS QUESTION WITH US AdAIN. The eTer preaent good road question wilt not down. Thli U proper (or there la nothlngof more importance to the welfare o( a community than good roads. Vol unci hare been written on the ublect and much ha been apoken on It. We can nerer hare good ' road unlet we make up our, mind to pay (or them. Still it It a fruitful theme to dWcute andl write about. The Nation at Ooodj Roads Aitoclatlon haa made ar- raogcment with the Katy road whereby that lyttem will inttall a pedal Rood road train. It will leavo St. Loul on ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 December 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY, DECKMBEK 23, I MM, Ballflower Blossoms. H. W. and Jamca Baxter ol St. Louis will open up a largo furni ture and undertaking establish ment In this placo at once. Another -one la reported cn route from Warrenton. CJrlawold Lodge No. UH, A. K.& A. M., under dispensation, having moved to Dcllflowcr, ita hall was -dedicated to Maaonry on Dec. 17; A petition will be presented to tho next meeting county court to incorporate. Dellilowcr. Tho IlelMowcr Building Associa tion of Mexico, Mo., with a capital of $1.1,000, haa filed article of In corporation with tho eccrctory of aUtc. Tho atockholdcrs aro most' ly from out of town. A dispatch from Mexico any that thero haa been more trouble between the Burlington and C. Ic A, companies over freight matters, and that tho former company Is arranging to extend tin new road from Mexico to cither Macon or Ilrooklleld, from either of which cltlca It hna a direct lino to Knnsns City. Geo. Earnest ha traded for John Down'...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 December 1904

a$ GET A BIG WHEEL FOR THE ASKING The World' Fair Wrecker Save White Elephant on H:d. WHO WANTS IT MAY HAVE IT lnr llaarmaa rlaaree la Material leclea4 la Ike Hrrfkii el Ik Marld'a lair Willi tiiilik. Ins aa4 Applaaece. Chicago. ! 17. II. S. liarrla. pres ident ot the Chicago Wrecking Co., rcw a check. Thuredar afternoon, for ll'WWi) la In or of the lavaltlan l"ur tbate KtpotlUtm Co. and thereby be tame owner of the ftrao'it "iTOrr tHtf." with bulldlngt and contest. Mr. Ilarrle announced that he woo.Il hare tittle JIQcultr lo telling hit prop ertr. having negotiated tlmlltr Irani actlona In connection with the world' Columbia cipotltlun. the Omaha fair, the Pan-American at HuCtlo and tmallrr thow. KK1U THE WOMEN OUT OF Till! BANKS PRESIDENTS. Fit , JWJ- 5 Vw v '-rid nr.' ri-.r.-... a aw am t -rt m ur. ' i i iti'i On" thontaml htmrert will be at ! work uot of the ant ear tearlne iIowd, taklBK apart and tbIpplnE the nu3 to bujrre There 111 be lj mat ter niMlianira to do ibe fine labor...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 December 1904

A BEE CELLAR. (Conatructlon of Shtlttr In Which to Ctort tbt Hlvta During tht Cold Weather. Anewcrlng an Inquiry as to the con- miction of winter quarter! for bcea a , writer In the Farm Slock Journal glrei the following plan for a bee cellars ! "Where an ordinary boutt cellar ) i not available, the ncit belt thing li to " United Blalee department of agrl eonitruet a building of the cheapen and culture. Any meant tnat ururea athor most ttrvlcrablei material In the neigh. ough drjlng of the terd eari aoon alter borhoid. A building aboveuround, at a uey rlpeu, belore (reeling weather, and rule, li too eipcnilie, because) It U not 'he dry until the teed It planted, bosttbla to maintain an even tempera- M be a lUcceM. turo In a cheap above-ground building, It luuil be remembered that although and unlet! that ran be done tbabeca are d corn la thoroughly dried, It will tetter outdoor! all winter. The moil not remain 10 It eipoicd to a taturatcd 'Important point! to conilder are a dry ' at...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 December 1904

. MONTGOMERY TROUNL FRIDAY, DECKMDER Zl, 1901. WABASH TIME TABLE. WM ra4. M. -. la.-.' n 1-Mra.ai .:-ii.um Pw It-?:M ft. a N. -. tv n tff M.leMrr n. t ii.j s. J . to, 4-4 Mm m )ni!-n M 31! C &. ft Arrti! St.ttj ll.3w.ai ted him In the ertlmailon of Ma friend nd anted him great mental anguUh. He atce hi actoal damage at tSQOD, and hi punlUte damage alS15,(XW. The defendant, Mr. Eugenia Hughe, retlde with her mother, Mr. Efotle Berry, widow of Jame Berry, at 1121 Foreit Park boule Trd. At that addcei It u la ted yeterday afternoon that Mr. Hughe wa downtown nhop plnp, and Iat night a .errant announced that her rnl.tre had nothing to ay for publication In ''regard to the ult. Mr. Hughe. i.m a. n )Xa.a . .ltd i.-n n would cot reply tao,uetlon put li a,a ; to hrr through the medium of thla 1rri,.:at.ui.' rrTn, d lte lut night refuted is a. o to at all hertclf of the opportunity Jf4 given her to make any etatemcnt ..,., the wlhed by telephone, ? i a. fm ' The filing of the tult occat ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 December 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eight Pugon 10 ColuiuiiH. VOL. XIII. NO. 12. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, DECEMBER !I0, 1001. IN ADVAHCE. Local Briefs. tA. Hubbard Anil wlfo spent last unday with hlsslaterln St. Louis. Fulton will continue to chargo I saloons a llcenso tco of S.1,000 , year each. O. It. Ilurton rom to St. Louis oday and thence, to Jefferson City lext week. Eustace Ham will assumochargo fet the county treasury next week EThursday, Jin. ft, WKi. J. N. Moran of near Wcllsvllle la now on a prospecting tour thro' Jklahoma. Elder S. A. Klklns and wife re turned Tuesday morning from Ihelr Kentucky visit. Miss Ilcasley, the milliner, went to Moulton, Iowa, on tho Sunday boon train, lo spend the holiday. (The Montgomery Dancing Club will glv their annunl Christmas I dance at Oardner 1ml 1 to-night, Friday. Rev. C. C. Long nnd wlfo of Col timVil . rn ntinnrllnt. Iht. hnllitnvs Micro with her parents, Dr. nndMrs IO. II. Faulconrr. Win. Haley has rented tho Ham Qrigg placo ot I'rleo'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 December 1904

'1 tirsr t THE TRIBUNE. 'NEWS IX BBIEP. rtutvi i.r Hit mitt t n.iIIo rn. cvgiii:moi it. rtttM-r.irimo. I r. ..7X. - "V- a ..I. MM Ht B tWI tr tv 1 " . a ru.rt atrr.1 It' ce -i. tc-7 "a-... -a. -.it la Ira trarli-r, i ;-t-tt a.-t i -i tr 1. t-rVii; t trijrr f;rt. faajorUr ATI .. as ' 4ur i tii ar-a: trrvi, :amtk vis -BUt;wrteftai of ..rt iim i i. rt a rv. fizf 1st r. Tk Utliai art 1 4 . .. . . . .a . & . Tv - ma rvrj t(TO II" ' ' rr-w ill mm mf.ai:.-, .wtM' T- ta;--J-.'J It um4 Vt ! li. x.arr. ka iiit-ti4j sukiat a a iki i "D'.TJm 'Vw-BaLr!.!- '" .:" - kit at xrt Artif cil UHt of l.n-in , Hti ia tt?-r at .rr- & rwkwotwiw ktOx CO- V . . . . 1 1.4 . V .t.ta . i . IW aaira... -.v.-.a: B.J w-vMt tr i rak 3 tvc rr i wnnSm acinar..-. Rarfisarixi ei! ia pi-okaaM Lav&rt 14 'Jv)Un! auin it St khra at I war riai u r w. iiyH,TCTH ta j J jr' tk uM MM tr.ll IBtn I B VtVa tr-r wax arrasr!. ea tie- Ml. 4. m1t f.m.Atfr. -' TM rN-M : kr t- I whirl iwM Ik ttatan at Mf S liCM tO IrtLLVi 2 n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 December 1904

MHS. CASSIE L. CAREER OF MRS. CHADWICK Incldcntu In Dnrly Lilfc or the Fiimous Woman In tha history of "freniled finance'' In II.U country, ami In the entire world for that rustler, no cato tbe equal of that of Mr. Chadalck hat tier been known, llcccnt dltcloeurca hare atartled financlcra and buelneaa nun everywhere. How this woman, apparently alone, outwitted thrtwd bankers and hardheadcd business men and borrowed fortunes on mythical ae eurltlee and bogus noica aecma almoit beyond comprehension, but It sccina only loo Iru. Until lb lull of Herbert l. Newton, of llrnokllne. Mam , for tha recovery of n loan of J190.SW, and the failure of thn Olwrlln (().) rational bank, few of hrr victims suspected she wat any thing but what iba represented her fit to be. an extremely wealthy woman. Then aa llio news of ber icv cral tranraclloiiii became public the hlitory of tier llfo gradually becama known, and a niott strange and Inter filing siory It Is. It l said aha be Kan Ufa on a Utile Canad...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 December 1904

roTMWYTmm. Publlnhe-d Every Friday. THE TRIBUNE PVINTIMJ CO. tkbtctMKxi In Mranc OMbfr.OMVnr tl. PRIDAY, DECEMBER V), IVW. Phytlcitsi lit locf thin any other profettlosal mes, their aver age tea ol III bring over ilit yeart. It li tall that none of theti take thir era nedlrio. Oily " per cent die of tabcrcslotlt, which thowi that they gatrd care fully tctintt IcJrtiion. Over V) fct eeat die oi servoa breakdown or heart trouble. The taprea court of Mlttosri latt wk decided that the farmert of fit. Looli outtr do sot cirri a llceate to peddle their ftra prolan from fcoute to bout la fit. Loalt city. Teut eodi a long legal eottet:, aad knockt tht ctty oat of KBt .&.' a year llceate !. The potitioc takes by the farer, and there are aid to be Sol thea Is .St. Loult conaty who at tiat )l their product) la the city, wn that a ttate lav ex. taplfi frmrt who told oaly their own faro product from pay ing a pddlr"t lio-aw. RepretatulveGalnet it retpoa lb.e lor thit ttory of a "raia prayer....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 December 1904

TffJriznWttxW f-V2 'Messrs A ." I Montgomery County Bank Montgomery City, Missouri ruuauiuuuuuuuuuuiiuuuuuuuiuuiiiuuiiiiuiuuuuiuiuuaiuuuuuui MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE Friday, df.ci:miii:h no. imm. Rhlnoland Rocords, Mrs. V. A. Crockett of Mont gomery City spent n tow days hero lint week visiting rolntlvcii. Miss IIoMa Much! returned Fri day morning niter several month pleasant sojourn with relatives at lndlnnnpolle, Ind. 1 Dr. Cnrl Hrockhauscn, o Her mann, died suddenly, Tuesday morning, aged 01 year. Ills death la attributed to appoplcxy. Ho leave a daughter and a sister. Kev. Kcnecko, ot St. Louts hna been called to the pastorate ot the Kvangcllcnl church hero and lilt; Spring! succeeding J. N. Schuch, who nccepted a call to Ohio. Tho extensive) grccii housos ot Henry Kchncll at Glasgow, Mo., waa destroyed by llro Inst week, entailing n total loss ; no Insurance. Mr. Sehnell formerly lived on I.outrc Island and la n brother of A. YV. Kchnoll of McKlttrlck. MCKlTTKICK. A. W. Schncll (hipp...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 December 1904

DR. CHADWICK AND WIFE ARE INDIC1ED Two Couoti Charge Tbtm With Crlms ot Forcery. SIGNED CARNEGIE'S NAME lllwh rrleelee nt ('regaled Vtnmuti ml Her IIWnJ Hum ! I. literate ul HaelMir a-'orae-l and . t tiered .Virt Suit. ; Cleveland. O., Bc K. Dr. IVror a , Chadwlck and bla wlf. 51 r.. Cattle I, Chadwlck, were jointly Indicted by the county grand Jury Thurtday after, nam in the chargo of having forged , and uttered a IS.WO.W) note algne.1 Andrew Carnegie. Dr. Chadlck H to on M way to Near York frota ; I'arla. and la expecta-d to land nett Wednesday. Aa toon aa the inJu'mmt . waa returned. Sheriff Harry of thla , txunty, made arranicemrntt to aecttre , Dr. Chadwlck' eatradltlon. lie ; inrt the tteamcr on lla crrlial. Tbla la tho third tlm tbat Mra , Cl-adwlck haa been lndlete.1 by the I county grand Jury, but it l( the drat Iretanie ot her huabanl'a nam ap Iurns In local proceiJInga In the e. The Indlctmenta alrxly re turned agalnat Mra. Chadwlck are aim liar to the one olel Thurwlay e...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 December 1904

Ml tm- !" i7ii fi 1 r n i i.sr 1 1 Mam A CHEAP SILO. ua Following Finn of Construction la necoimnentled by .George E. Scott. 1 t. ! .U.t. .tlm,.itl ... ilrn flltl In. fruitions liuw to build a ellii correctly that tin majority tan cotnnre. nil the full Idea uf tilinl la meant. In sections ftlicro tho soil nnd subioll ade up of gravel formation, the Uilttim uuhl tio cemented, a the Minor from e illsgo Mould leach av and ultl- altlr snull Iho silage. On the other and. If the loll la lay and a (lay auUoll, well compacted 1 Mould nfer It to ten cenunt, aa It ton to made water iroof ver readily In our llluilrntlon the lotturn and Idea of wall will hale to be cemented sattMiruuf ui lo Iho lop of wall, as here would not he any opportunity for Iralnago and outside water would net n and soon ilislroy tl.o sllnge, at lrnst 0 the lop of the ground. It l not prac tical to eh more lhan four tut In Iho 1 round with a I'll, as noonewnntatollfl insllago more than four fed. If that .Ich, It would be...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 December 1904

. aU " MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY, DECEMBKR 30, tOOI. WABASH TIME TABLE. Wlt Itnanrt. Isnfm h. 1-ovU, Arrive In )1ont.n"ry. Wo. 1-4.01 m. ..... ll:Si.ta No.-f :IOp. in 4;W M, u HA.l-7iVp.nl H jn p. m W.T-I lip w I3 4?.m Ka n nji, m .. ruti m fca U-7:w.in . I'4i m fnA "I p. in .llp. m frit lUmmt 1rr lUmltomttj, ArrirrtnM. Imt li.".l:p.m , IJOh. m Hxl)tUa.tn M ta fl4.1ll.VtB, m T'ISm to M-t.1-l.ft'. p,m ... . np,in . lt-1 0u m. Till 1 1. m rr)t3wi-ir m in Ko. imJ 5tf. m N;lA.m C. II l,Mi. Aimt, DR. LICHTIG, RCFRftCTIONIST. Practice limited to th1 Kyea and their many uclccu. In Montgomery on the nth and nth of cacn montn. II n.i..nla.il HI.. ftrro brlow my date. In Mont gomery county i f t 1 t fin.. ence, Jan. D, Welllllc, Jan. 12, Uellllower Jnn. 1 1. Office In Mont (romery City at Montgomery Hotel. i:yea examined KHKK. The New Plorenco leader of latt areck contained two reference! to the texed feeling' of tome Mont K'ltnriy county chicken fancier. who met with tlefral nt the Colin wa...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 6 January 1905

'11 MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eight PaifeB 40 ColumiiH. VOL. XIII. NO. MONTGOMKIIY CITY, MISSOUKI, FIUDAY, JANUAHY II, 1005. 41 M ...vwi IN AIHA.NCE. Local Briefs. 1'at Nunnelly In al? acandldato for upcrlntendont of the county farm. Itichard Ilamby nil Mian Leona Waring of Wcllavllle celebrated Chrlatma by getting married. A business mnn that never ad veitlses la much like ths man with out abomnj no ono known where to And him. Elmer Arteiburn and family ol New Florence moved to thla city lost week, and now occupy the Jlrown reildencn In tho southeast part ot town. They aro an excel lent family, and Mr. Artcrburn li a wideawake real ettato agent. Married, on January ."I, 100.1, by Her. H. 8. Duncan and at his homo In thla city, Mr. Home C. David aon and Mis lono 1). Ilardcsty. This newly wedded couple took tho afternoon fast mall trnln for St. I-culf, where ihey will reside. William Stewart ot Wellsvlllo died In the asylum at Pultun re f oently. Funeral and burial took '. placo In WolUvll...

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. — 6 January 1905

I 1, 1 1 neat- , 11 ,i 'niw-'ew-nai-T"' I ' nomination, accond what, In my opln- . it,., r,i,nH or lit elect the iRniUN e. i-abu1..,! He lur. iKlui.M. I'lii.iriM) co. UCNTCOMEItr. JUSSOVItl The titer litis have no ill per-Ttan-trUr un from America, tht mm ue having married an nngllab U)t3,Q the other day. Ttt natural tiJl o( tbla -olll In a fee- llahtei pur. In Arocrtta. e The frigate Conatellatlon. tb old nl thlp In the American navy, hat la-jn plaia-d In tnmmllon again, anil aba mar be) relle-i en to do all thit iuld be accoapllehcd behind the oil Uihlont-d woodtn walla. Orar all roract.tnn lllaaourl won the World'a fair grand prise for M. tallon. priblkatlos. horticulture. l.?rl-1 eultnre, fie!) and tame, dalrjrlng. ruin-1 c!4 town of Itrt Arthur, and ti Juit (n aaitward." It,lt 101 Ma" " re(letrrel from Ing and fureetry. The Ulaaourt Mpo- i e of the fort captured on Keakwan ' hie lakwn on t tober SJ. Ollleeple wai Vrtlcn inreatoent wm one of the Uit nouBtaln lent r. The fort wat...

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