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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 6 January 1905

75he PRIMROSE PATH NAN PATTERSON HAS FOLLOWED T TO THE PRISON BARS. Whether Innocent or Guilty of Murder She Is Paving the Penalty of a. Life of So-Called Pleasure, Attracted by tho Glare of tho Footlihta She Forsake Family and Friends for the Tinsel of the Stage A Moral in Her Tragedy. NAN I'ATTKIlfON. Ne,w York - ' From the lllare of the e'H,l.i )uiil,ll-fl,l n-l I l.a-l,i,v oi tne nicotian raucrsoii, ineiurmcr Caesar Young, the well-known horse - man nml bookmakrr tlnly n ahort sU-pand nfew l.rl.f luo - nieulifronitheslagewlthlheplaudltaof liunilreds atllt ringing In her rata as aba tally danced In the famous "Florndura" exti tlelntheglareoftht calcium, lo Iho 1Um.nl del, I lis t,l thi, tirl.mi. f itlm ttr.inri- ed as a murderer by thutirnnda and to near uie uiiii r aim cuimi), win us m in" alern prosecutor aa Le Hid baretbeic- Kuril, In brief, hae leenthossp' ilrnce t (,r ii,e ir hi. I'linrsi-ii in iirr! DKATIl Of CAU3.1U YOUNG. njiucts whu Is rraplnc Ihs reward la life generall...

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. — 6 January 1905

MONTGOMERY TMMML Publlsthod Every Friday. 3T THE TRIBUNE PRINT! NO CO.. H. C. ASHBAUGM, EJ.Ior k Mantr. SubaertpUon In Advance. m Copy, On Yer . Si.eo Piiosm 6. FRIDAY) JANUARY , ti, Two Innocent persons were killed and four seriously wounded In St. Louis lift Saturday night by stray bullet. Bred by persons pretending to celebrate the new year. Tb Smtrtmter ol Part Arthur. TIM Irtt attack on Port Arthur ojr the Japanese wa on February 9, IMM, when IU torpedo fleet seriously Injured three ol the Rot atan battleahlpa In the harbor. Tbe first land battle leading there to took place at Kenchow, May 2, I Ml, when the Japanese toil 3,500 men and Russians Z.MO. On the afternoon ol January I, 1905, Geo. Sto.sel, the Hustlan commander, confessed to Of n. Nogl that further resistance wu hopeless and aiked a truce pending settlement of con dltlona of surrender, and com mander Nogl wai Initructed to how the vanquished every courtesy, and Port Arthur wat urrendered at 9 o'clock Sunday i night. T...

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. — 6 January 1905

Montgomery County Bank Montgomery City, Missouri Capital Surplus $22,000.00 $10,000.00 Thin Dunk restrict it opcrationn to legitimate hanking, and invite the ac cuiintH of Farmers, Merchant and nit pel-noun di-airing hanking eonvenicnccH. Depositor furnished with St. Louis and Now York Exchange without charge. Three per cent, intercut paid uu Time DoponitH. OFFICKKS AND DIKKCTOItS: J. D. BARSBTT, Prttldtnt, H. W. JOHNSON, Vlcc-Prctldent, SAM'L SHARP, Cashier, M. N. MALLBRSON, Jr., Ait't. Cathltr, JOHN P. RODQERS. OeO. A. PALMER, B. R. HENSLBY, DR. DAVID NOWLIN, W. C. HVOHES. MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY, JANUAHY 0, IM. Boar Crook. Mm. I". Laugaman la very low. Tho party nt Mr. Chut. Mack burn's laat Wednesday night waa writ attended. Several of our young people nt- icmicu the Sow )care liitll nt Joncsburg last Friday night. Johnson llouko and Ud Myerca went to Oklahoma last Tuoadny. Win, lirynnt visited rclntlroa In I.lneola county lat week. Ireno Foletomycro who has been visiting her...

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. — 6 January 1905

Past Year in Review Chronological Record of Moit Important Happening, t Home and Abroad During: 1001 J -!. Tnckr ! Molfieg. U t NUM on eu and a f tccauae of wife Jal C-6W'' I1h, Rr-tf. Iti4 kll.ed wife, reremploier nd II JfUua the ran, l-Tcnton, Mi H H lUir.. wif anl w daugrttr murdered by unkntwn Iroi a. ... 11 lnr!"a t. I'eorla, III. rational bank tl Con cri' at Itrinbeck U mbbel of 111") Mr' ' radnhk (rdl' trl n (oil- -fj ihara at I It.n4, O I fitibra lot K(l lib fl'.Mtlon, Minn u.fk v-urtni nitw . . Ilun-lna-ton W V , litu'Un and Ir I,ui4 kliiwd a tull of quarrel Willi Utt Arfklr.a t'h r-ufo, rtarkama hlw Garden CU) brewer) pafe, ittuilri U.tnO. won. Apr, f artl itiakr deatley !,(, h .hi I Krwrifc.Krr'.aft klAUHIIAL OTTAWA NtwilHini ttuaeiun cruir I tularin h.awn up 11 of crew lol ui Huaatab froten to death rriMirg l.k lialkai ' 17Jpn ftr to l I ! not. ll-ltuaala iilUM (.reclamation declaring ah wa tin pre pares fr war Charge Japan will. ireaintry . . l-t,M) HuaiUna drnwreJ b) t...

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. — 6 January 1905

Mar, t -Oklahoma ttrfctrlt, !(", KW.ttOi ibrt-ii d-ad. Large portion of Jlotk it o ant. M. awrpt ny, 1-i.)iHinn nhJ Auditorium Ittatfia In Klmtri. U, . loitrorl. Air I- -Toronto, Can,, flun.t mrpti iom, llJOUJ.OW tO-Mnrrittnrr, Okla., wlpoi out. M-. ift-:niiin Liiffn iKirt.on of La Foil", 'imn, ditro)d, te- Vaioo, Mlii. alrm-at 1fJ cut lo. liouliuo. p--Jeter tHr. N, J . tl.ooo.owion tln jMj U killed. IS-Crume'l, Kjr,, a. tret t d-falrd)-!..,. Half . biwlMaa ktction Pooi.r. V Is wlrr-d out t Almost rnilr butlnct-a tell an trtln ilrow, Win drntrocJ. Jut. cur mid :vtor, liovton. In. tl.3Efl.ni4L Jt-.Narlr oil Ira villus of Kimball, Mch. Iul'ith, Minn, i Omaha dork and Mrhouaiii inrpt wl, loi I.'UJ,(W, I- 111 lntlandr, I , otPr hair .rotrujet Am fc- I dl at (Hidden. I...IIulTIO IN. Y ) butthrfi building dtntrortd, cuuilng tMM) oM, H-p X Iiuain-rM portion firm, Maho, BtL oa at rricraaav. JtWa, 12 ltu)tirM action Idaho Fall, Idaho, wti-l out. Nov I Wrtt of Marlon, Mich. da irojuJ, raumntf...

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. — 6 January 1905

MONTGOMERY TMSUNE DR. LICHTIG, BCFH ACTIONI8T. Practice limited to the Eyes and their many defect. In Montgomery on the nth and 12th of Each Month. Fill DAY, JANUARY 0, 1905. Satisfaction guaranteed. Ob-1 ere below my date la Mont-, gomery county s 1 Jonriburp. Jan. 7, New Flor-1 ence. Jan. , Weli.illle, Jan. 12, Ilellllower Jan. 1 1. Office In Mont-' ILLINOIS COAL! Shaker Screened Lump de livered at 14c per bushel. WABASH TIME TABLE. Wt Ii4 tVftt u LvaU. Arrltvlft MrVHnif. So. l . m . . II A . aa no.-i n KO.I-7ft. ....tje.r Ha;-itu ... nffftft (tlMtitn .. I,rt oi N&U-; ft.n l lit n K'j. 1 I ft. h m . - gomery City at Montgomery Hotel Kyet examined VRKK. M0XT0f)MKY COUNTY DANK . boftxi The kalnfall In 1904. ! "t'x""- Afrt'-u.'tW.I I), K. Gregrr, local I'nlted State N.l tl.B ... lVft.nl .v . . t i. v a -:. m . . 4. , weather ob.erter, At rulton, hi ihimvh in .. t lift a 1 compiled the following statistics Wo. 1 t m . .. :- a l lh r.tnfftll Inr ihlft Inrnlllv for . f ,. b ,, 'the ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 13 January 1905

9 MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eight PageH 10 CoIudiiih. VOL. XIII. NO. 14. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JANUARY 1, 1SM)5. .It DO A YKAH Local Briefs. Prank Well of near Joncsburg la aald to havo aolil hit home farm. What would have becomo ol Howard Kills electric railroad the past week had It been In existence. Kustacc Hum U now In posses alon of tho county treasurer's ofllco at Danville, having been properly installed in tho tame tart week. Chas. Gold's talc at hli farm home near New Florenco has been postponed from Wednesday lltli to Wednesday, next week, 18th Inst. Married, on January 7, 1005, In this city and by Justice E. 11. Gen try at his office, Mr. I'earl Jackson and Miss F.lslo Sw.lilc, both of this city. Harry Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. i:. Johnson, left Tuesday toritoanoke, Va., to nccpt a posi tion aa Btunoiiraphfr and typewri ter In one of tho banks of that city. John Kaepke, a German farmer residing near Martlnsburg, ended his life December 31st by taking carbolto ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 13 January 1905

I- ' t '.is t THE TRIBUNE. rablUtir.l lit tin: tiiiiunb rmxTmn co. SIONTGOMnilY. I ItlSSOUHI. Now watch the Japanese proceed grimly to fortlfr Pott Arthur for kirxx: . - Alettes, tefore the war started, 'in- Cn.yl Ifr. ffr (hat I'ort AtthUT COuld nettir be taken. "fi)'f a,Jctton 'f (irStJKllJi mar be V'lntrrVvcmenU .wis Aran, o( Nnrt ajctaon from I'ort Arthar, exprc-ica 10 duki at Gibraltar. ' North rUaton, Miu., hai I lie finntt collection of crchlds on the continent. It l worth around ItOn.ooO. IluiWcenec, 80 yeare old, an emi nent airman playwright and historian, baa been granted n pension of IS00 year by th kaiser. A,elntl" polleetnan In New York city havtn two years' time turned over to the city 3:s pistols taken from men who were Illegally carrying them. Oov Douglas, of Massachusetts, 'has otdhls itaft Dro general!, eight ecl oti'lt and lieutenant rolonele and lit major, not to mention the captain, ana) lieutenants. After a good deal of hesitation and nnn refuaali, u potrrty-s...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 13 January 1905

liCV. JOS. W. FOLK'S "Aware of the Serloueneis ol the Duties That Aw.lt Me." MISSOURI NOW I ON TRIAL. OtfUrn the Malta mt th atate IhoaU De tb UaUlns mar mt ISvory OMflut Act. Uov. Joseph W. Folk' Inaugural ad ires J, at read In Iho Kcniral ai&emblv, waa as follows; aJenAtoi ft J Itrrtcsrntatlve. ThU la lh third Urn I hava slots! upon this t'Ulfurm. In first was on it aiurmy winter mirht tarty last r In In ianidin fur tut denm ratio nomina lion, tha second. In th dawn ot a ium pier a morning in July. In accepting ih nomination ol my patty and now, fur th pulwar of taking thei oath a gov ernor I tht great commonwealth and ic ntmounoo tho principle anl Intentions thai lull guide in. 1 hsv dedicated mysir to th service of th peetpi ot mi eutc, under lh sanction ot a solemn oath that shall be prtasrvrd eacred and Inviolate. 1'rofouniliv Imnrfiinl liv th axpression of their confidence, 1 pledge tiOM-U Leforo Uod, and in lh p re. arm to the tfclfrn ot tha people or Mlaeuurl. Aware Hi ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 13 January 1905

il n ft," ffi MONTGOMERY TMUNL Fubllni.ed Every Krlday. BY THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO., K. C. ASIIDAtlOII, Editor & Mant'r. Subscription tn Advanee. Om Copy, Om Year li.oe Phone 06. FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1903. C. M. Hall of Saline county, was on Wednesday appointed warden ol the penitentiary, and with power to appoint the deputy This will likely defeat Kan See. e The democrat In the Missouri legislature have decided to con fer upon Senator 1 . M. Cockrell the minority nomination for United State termor. Wo thought ho wanted something else. Gov. Folk suggests that Totcrt who neglect to cut a ballot on general election day lio disfran chised. Such n law it enforced In Montgomery county would lot out a large number of republican, nnd coon mako the county almost hopelessly democratic. At l'.rle, Pa., on Saturday last tho snowfall nmounted to t'l.S Inches) at Wenton, Vt., 20lnchc; nt Pickers, DO Inches; at Urafton, IS Inchca, and at other placo In that state It ranged front 'JO to 21 Inch...

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. — 13 January 1905

s 7J 'V-1! FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, IMS. ' Ballflowar. Davidson A Rook m agente traded the J. II. Stiarr property In Ballflower to 8am Unnton lor the latter'i stock and term imple ment. Mr. Boarr humored to Rolla Wcst'e farm, near Marling, Gordon, Welt and Mite Burl Ingram were married at the home of the bride Sunday morning, Jan. let, at 0 o'clock, and left (or Columbia on the eleven o'clock train, where a reception waa given by tho groom's parents at two o'clock. Halph Adams of this city was married Dec. 28th to MIh Maud I'ayton o( Hush Hill, Hov. Truox omciatlng. They will ntako their homo In Dcllflowcr. TEXAS FRUIT LANDS PROOUCC KANLV CNOM WHICH RINSrANCV MlCCt. In Texaa they begin (hipping berrlea In April, tomatoea In May, Peaohea in June, bringing fanoy price up North. ine growing season raucn longer than In the North achaaoe to mako two and three cropt, re ducing the expense of "getting through" the winter. Fruit and truck landi along the Cotton Belt Route are very cheap as yet 1...

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. — 13 January 1905

,re; ,. - 'a s -j f T-yv -v, eDRTAfll HUR- HAS FINALLY YIELDED Tkt Foe Meet and Ajte M Ttrau el Surrender. JAPS TO HONOR BRAVE FOE IUO tleaera He.. Neat ta b. V.a.al.kea Ktrrr I'.arleir Jea. inr i:.i.r the t'llr T.elaar, Tallo, Jaa. aTae lla.lan aaa J.M.... l ta area hi a the ters ( raatllalatlaa I ela-al .he rompirl at arrfMilrr at U 1 1 5 o'clock HUHdr MUhl. Toklo, Ju, 3. Port Arthur haiaur read ere J. Exhausted br moothi ol almost constant lighting, decimate ' by disease and casiialtloi, and bopo Icail scaled la ltj rock fortress, tha gallant garrison bat yielded, and tha end 1 written tu tho most draiuaUo ar Incident of modern time. At ulna o'clock Sunday night Hen. 1 Nog), commanding the J a pan no array of lnTcitmcnt, received from the 11 u-' sUn general, Htoeistt ft note aarlog tbat he bad found further reilitanca 1 uielcn, and aaklnc for a meeting ta ar ran co termi of capitulation. The nolo wai flmplo and direct, nnd the Jap aneso general Immediately named com mtnluncra to ...

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. — 13 January 1905

AN' ICE HOUSE AND DAIRY. low It Described a Convenient Com bination of th Two How II May B. Built. Mr Ico house It built aboT (round with a rood cement Door, which tlopee to th center with a fall of ilx Inchei, un Franklin Ilogera, of lierrlen coun ty, Mich., In Farm anil Homo, lbs waita water la conducted by a lead Pipe, e, to the dairy room, where In ici: noum: and daiky comiiinkd. tank, a, are placed the cane of milk. I me decn cane, holding about four gal lode each. The dairy room la Said feel, the trough, a, two fret wide. !( feet lung and 10 Inchee deep. Thli. ae well ae the floor. U made of concrete. The watte water le led outside through pipe. b. The Ice houte U lCniO feet In tlte, with It-foot elude. It will hold about I0O tone of Ire, which gleet alwut 30 tone for family um and lha balance to supply the dairy throuyh the season. There le always cool, watte wtter tc keep tho temperature In the tank from ii to 50 dcgreca..and It le nerer necea eary to put In Ice. THE COLORIN...

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. — 13 January 1905

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE, eV&kmaKaaHL'aiaaiaHle COMING! TO MONTGOMERY Three Mouths Service Free. WABASH TIME TABLE. WM IlOlltlrf, Ho. S .,, in..., T. HiJrtp, m,, O.I-7lT0MH ... ( HaT-IMXprn .. ' ffo ii.o;k in . Wa l1TtlU.iit . a a.! p. m 11.33 it, nt ,...! p. in I.M p 11:11 .tn tiP Jill (. m Knit Uetutvl tsmr Mitfiniirjr. Jtrrlrtln ft, LnqU Kn,'-ll:34p. No. l-li-Vi , m.... Ho. tlli.1a, m. ol p. ti ho. II- m. . r-llllfl.in Jfo. 10-- J n. tn ... VMm. , h ! .. Ma. m ...,7iti in , Kmp.m . 7ttt (a, It S . m llll4.tl C II. Cr.H.li. Affht, DR. STEPHENSON, Tho T)intinnlliLl Throat mid Lung Surgeon, hyc ami Kor Export. ISoonc'a Utmalns. A party from Fullon, sny. the Hun, who.waa it vlillnr to W nrrcn county last; .utnmi r, whllo there vlsllid tho gram win'"' Daniel liioiio wah hurled nrnr Fernine Ongo. Among tho ponplo (j I thnt vicinity llicro nrc many stories lulil concerning thu famous pioneer, ne o. which In tlic (act that when thu remains wore removed to Kentucky many years ago, .omu of t...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 20 January 1905

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eight l'n kg H 40 Columns. vol. xur. no. ir. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, V.m. Local Briefs. Judgo Harnett Is holding court In Audrain county this week. Geo. Krndln of Huell nml .1, U. Covington of Mlddlctown were here Tuesday nml Wednesday. The city council linn decided to rebuild tlio water works tnnk to one half He former slto fur tem porary use until warm weather comes ngnln. Tho Wnbnsh nnd Chicago & Alton linen will build n joint pas senger station at Mexico, to cost JS0,IXK). The structure will be of brick nnd will replace tho ono re cently burned. Of the nlnu editor In Montgom ery county four are also real estate agents, one Is police Judge, two Sunday school superlntcn dcntH nnd ono president of n tele phone company. Dr. t.lchtlg, of Troy, was hero Thursday and mule this officii n plcnsant business cull. Thu Dr. is an expert refractional nnd limits his prnrtlce to the eye. Head his card In this paper. Mrs. Jennie, wife of John Down i...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 20 January 1905

THE TRIBUNE. sMt.heri lit TIIK THIIlI'Mi IHIMTINCI CO. M0NT00UE11Y. i MlSSOUrtl PctMitu arc killed at Ihernte of one for etpry day In Hip year 1 i New lark, city etrepte ly vehicles. l"-plelpat Dla-. It Is rrrlnl, It cu- klfa.u., W4u n ileapcralc attempt tu Piniilblt bull nctlillnR thioiiRhuul hit town try,. "tli- tine nt all flying birds ate hot law and'lrlli-d with elr, thus rumliln faaV'Uie Krcatcat strength Willi I to lletl weight. New York rlty'n guvprnmcnt Him mi lavruwrtl money nine mouth of I ho year and pas 12,iaaj,isHi In Interest Jor Ha fully. There have been creeled In (lormany ll incmorlnla In Illatn-irrk In the form i f atatuia. bunts, obelisks, dr.. anil II l.iorv arc under way. If Mia. Cha.lwlck cols a tltc-)ear tiieni-e, with the naual allowance fur fond Ulir.tlor. lin will nay Hut her ntianeleilr.u wna fienileil? .Urn. Ktiroputkin la known as an nil- nor liy hla worka iin p-wraph). He la Interested (u iho proKres ma' (nun week in week In llp science .The president ...

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. — 20 January 1905

THE HORRORS OF WAR. IN RUSSIA POLISH PEASANTS FORCED TO FIGHT FOR A HATED RULER. SOLDIERS KILL Rather Thnn Leave Them to a Ft.te Worse Than Death. Fathers and Lovers Murder Their Loved Ones Before Leaving for the Front Stirring Appeal of a Polish Woman to All American Mothers. New York. On a dark, itormy night In October Hlaiililiu Mamrowikl lilt hit humble hum In touthern In land ami iiu thi Vlittilt rlur near fjandomlera, on tho border between KumIii nndAuitrla. In thlt Manner he ttraped military aervlcc In the lluirlan army In Manchuria, ami atarted on liU long Journey to America. Concealed n n 1 1 R 1 1 1 1 - tcaled rubber rafo Mamrowikl rarrM with him a letter to Ihe American people I rem a Pollth woman of noble hlrih. Ilia cap turn with that letter In lilt poenlon would have meant drath r.ot only to tlmielf a dcierter, but death alio to the fair woman tor wnom he wa act ing at incioengcr Knowing Ihli, every pottlble precaution wat taken that he ihnuld nt the vlallaure of the H...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 20 January 1905

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Published Kvury Friday. BY THE TRIDUNH PHINTINO CO.. H. C. ASHHAIIGH, Editor & Msnf'r. Subscription In Advance. Om Copy, On Year ... .... Il.ee 1'hon 06. FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1005. KcnatorJ.lt. Ilurtonol Kantian nuil aland another trial In the United Statu district court at St. l.oul. the supreme court of the United States having on Monday last reverted tho jud(nient ot tho court In the former trial and remanded tho cause, with direc tion to grant new trial. A moTo Ik on foot to employ the Jefferson City convict labor In building roads. Tlioro la no lino of labor In which convlcta can be employed without coming In con tllct with free labor, but one thing Is certain, tho building of road would bo leas Injurlou to the Interests of free men than nny other line, besides It would be more healthful and bcnctlclal to tho convlcta thcmaclvcs, Hon. Xewlon Conklln, repre sentative of Carroll county, ha introduced a bill In thn legislature embodying Oovcrnor Folk' vlows ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 20 January 1905

MONTGOMERY TRIUNE. FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, IM5. Nw Plorancsj. Dr. Kaltmeyer drove to Rhine- land Monday to cm Jullustleylna?. who wu down with symptoms of appendicitis. Ha wi Uken to St. Louts, Austin Dlion left Saturday for Elmer, Missouri, where he will hare work In a bank with Mr.Baul, a eon-ln-law of Rev. O. II. Mitch ell. J. A. Oreenwell eotd 176 head of hcep to Win. Constance Tuesday For the limb he received (to a lb. and for the old sheep 4c. Mr. Conitance li getting quite a herd of aheep about him and we aro Kind to know he li doing well with them. - Loutro. John uabbert and Wm. Crewe who lelt this place about IH year ago spent the past few week visiting relative and frlcnda left for their home In Arkansas laat Mlddlatown Chlpa. The Mew Florence Leader eayi tpat Sheriff J. T. Hunt's deputy la to be or la Clarence Bills of Dig Spring, a aon of esJudge David EIIU, of this second judicial dis trict. Oacar Moore has a patent rabbit trap that works-the cotton tails. It Is a pit three...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 20 January 1905

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