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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 20 January 1905

i4 PROVES GREAT POWER When Regular Medical Treatment Failed, Dr. Williams' Pink Plils Cured Her Rheumatism. Hatidrcila of penplo afflicted with rhe Batlaui liare aia-nt j-eara under tko tan of eicellent .liTlrlne In rein. Tlier. thejr hare, eotlM ilnwn lo I Im roiiTlrtlm that it la f intend on lliem fur II fr. Ut Dliitinnro .wa not vtlllliiR to join till rauka of tlio lintx-leaa merely IxM-aiia licl doctor illil uot know liuw to help her. Here I lier etory I " Four jrrara ago 1 anlTeml (rrratlj with tbeoitiatlain In my liaml and knee. Aflrt I liad been tilting n wlillt my IliiiliaecoineilaiilieaTjIroul'l lianll walk on tlio flrot attempt. Ho leng n I keiit iiintlnif I uriu nil rlfilit, but Ju.t iu iMjaiii aa I AtoiijN1( aomelliliitf avemeil tt elllo III my Villi- nnil make lliem u-bo My liande were no bail 1 muMirt touch tbo jmlinaof lliem on p. flat anrfacc; Iboy wtrr. awullcn Aiul ulnr.l eo.M "Dlil you roll In n rlir.lclnnl" " I itm-toml ulrAiliiy for urcr it ycai-, I hen nno tl'l...

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. — 20 January 1905

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1905. fl&Sfe COMING! TO MONTGOMERY Three Months Service Free. WABASH TIME TABLE, Wnt IVlUtlU. Arrhntn MtntKtnry. Ihfl a m .Ii W p.m 12 if a. m . 4rCp in ,. , Ntll a m Mil 1- M Kt tbttirtd Unri MonlrKntry. Arrllnlt. lmli Mifct-lltMlhin ltW Nn .-J:11 m .. .S in W-v I h. m ....Mia in fji.tlni. ni !.!. in N". I ' ! T'Jt lit. i"' I' . . 11:10. ( H,CHtiu, Ant-til Ltn PI. IimK tin, S 4 fl a. m... NMi-'l:Mp.m.. Hn I ( i ni ., Hi. T-IMSptn Hi ll VfU. in i..T:4-i n. m Hit. t-ZM p. in S. - tt'K a. in ret !-; hi. VCMIN'3 PART M POLITICS. PaUhte on Fjcci Denoted Adherence to Favcrtd F.iit. In lnrl l.iiin tmwt "Ivirrux th t rv aey to It!v llnim-ltni. MWI mi hnt li.inuil all tn.r liftlrljr. on, to, lhr Mi. Hfcht, u I urn ft nntt'tnan, from Dm li II I nt yottr i link to lh r'ubt WI'M i lln rn on of to nui'iltti an fti. vnV Tie xf U: ' I him Hum my illilci. fount. Ii.at 1 nil en It.ivo rnmlretl to bo. no Hint Iti ft Hi I hi In tlit cbaiiK" ' not rt . H i r...

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. — 27 January 1905

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eight Parch 40 CoIiiiuiih. VOL. XIII. NO. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOUHI, FRIDAY, JAKUAKY '27, I'M',. 1.00 . a vrn IN ADVANCK. LOCAL BRIEFS. Services nt tho Kplscopal church next Sunday at I In. in., conducted by tho pastor. Claud K. llrown has been Ap pointed postmaster nt (Inmitii, Tiro James I'. Anderton who re signed. (Irt your photographs tnkon nt Hush's studio ami getn iilcodlnlng room picture Klttx with ovcry dozen tnkrn. Mm. 0. A. Dcllnmy nn Wednes day entertained atdlnncr Ihcmcni bcrs of tho llrm ol It. U. W til to & Co., thin city. At Wellsvlllo tho IlulTum Tele phono company lurnlshcs both newspaper ofllcc with Iftci tele phone) service nthomo nnd to other towns. Did you over notice how much fatter n Wabash (nut mall train runs throughn town that It declines to slop at than It docs over tha country. Julius Keying ol Rhlnclnml who was operated on laat week In St. Louis for nppendlcltli In getting along nicely and will noon return to hi" home. Thorlty wat...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 January 1905

I. THE TRIBUNE. II. i,,, I Mr tin: Tiiini t. ricixtixi ro. .TIOMl.UY. I Mtssouni. Tl.t Ilea Molnca (In.) city library bat wa conaumptlve reading room. Lp-lu elate literature touching the cure, Jientinlnt nnd prevention o( tubcrcu Vtl hilt torn claitlflcd and et apart r"frrrthf?1ite of the rapidly growing num bcr of people who arc taking a vital interest In tbla subject. In addition to i lurrdthlnE then material la educate rrjchicrc Ha to lh curt of tho dla- 'east-, It separate thorn from Ihe lia bility of contagion. The plaeea an X ' tetlanated by algna. I . Tiv many children waa the defense . or Anton Hermann. who haa been ar "'algned lfore Justice I'rlndevllle In Chlraro charged with falling to arnd V lilt daughter, Katie, 11 year old. to ., , reboot. Hermann tcttlfled that he wat Hie father of 19 children, alx old though to go to arhool. "I am too lv.r to provide clothes and booka to rrni all tlx children to achool.he ald. Hermann waa fined 110, but payment wa autpended on condll...

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. — 27 January 1905

THE TRIBUNE. I'al.ll.llnl IH TIIK THtllUM! I'lllSTIXO CO. UONTaouEnv. i jussouni ADVENTURE OF GENTLEMAN JIM. The lllir wiisi doing very well. "Tlii: iihihI serious part of hi night's engagement had been mil Isfactorily concluded nml lie wn regaling himself with u III tlo IIrIiI rcf rcshnicnt before going lionn- to bed. The Inrder linil yielded prawn In unplr, the remains of u minion mnjonniitse, ii galantine, n sugar-cured limit nml various mindrlcs In thownynf rohlswccls, half eaten or entirely nntiu-1n't!, which, for n hum of his simple tastes, formed the innt delightful part of tin- batiipict. There win ulao n bottle of (humpngnc from lh tiutta-r'n pantry, which hnil been oieucd nntl .orkcd up auiiin. The wliu- wua n lrllIollnf,'rhnnf but It was old nml ilr.v nml there imih n decanter of vliiln K ' l" e-ldelt which winked opulently on tier the electric liiclit of the scrv nhtit' hull. Into which he had car ried tho viand. 'Hie servants' hull win lit the I. w l ,if Hie limine mid ...

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. — 27 January 1905

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Published livery Friday BY THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO.. H. C. ASHUAtJGH, Editor li Mant'r. 8ubaorltlon In Advano). OfM Copy, Om Vur ll.oo fnona 96. FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1905. Under Governor Folk's new rule, lobbyist will bo allowed only thirty hour in Jefferson City, Lobbying on (ha run In Missouri U almost an Inspiring boodlers on tho run. Mr. Bryan linn hli limits, but Inconsistency la not ono of them You nlways know whero to find him. Look on tho wrong elds of any public quotlon and there he I n largo nn life. An old bill that bob up every session of tho leglslaturo I up again. It I to expose to public goto all patron of saloon by making It unlawful to havo screen When n mnn wants bootc hu Mill get It, acrren or no screen. Tho pollen of St. Louis, by order of Oov. Folk, nro going nflcr the gambling and wlna rooms ot that city. Saturday night Inst nmong the arrested unci were about one hundred women, and Sunday about two hundred. And thugood work still goc on. Joop...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 January 1905

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1006. Loutr. 8. E. Stuart wu delivering hoga In New Florence last Monday. There wat a social given at Mr. and Mn. Henry Btlegman'a last Friday night. There was a large crowd preaent and alt report a pleaiant time. P. II. Brookahler had tho roll fortune to fall on the Ico one day taut week and bruise his hip and arm, but Is able to be nbout. J. D. Hrooks fell one day last wock and It la roported that ho -cracked a bone In his arm. Chas. Llchte Is on the sick list this week. O. A. Drookshler and family, C, E. Drookshler and family, L. F Clark and fnmlly and James Han dera of Amcrlrus visited C. A. Bellftowar. Bellflowerla now without a mil linery store. A good opening for one. The Bellflower rural route waa started Monday. Carrier Hoaa has been getting a pretty tough Initia tion. C. 8. Dohrer waa In town on Thursday hating his water tank repaired. Everybody has to haul wtcr In this community. It Is rumored the stations at Duell and Truxton will ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 January 1905

A DAY OF TERROR IN ST, PETERSBURG Army of Workmen, Led By Father Gopon, SUrt For Winter Palace. PROGRESS BARRED BY TROOPS reralallna la Their I'.ffnrU III Irenes fire, fleet Willi Mania, Then Hllh nail, ami llaaarraa Are Hilled or W .ended. alnnilr asiirk here I lll In Ihe eiild nrhrlal tlaart nl Ihe police, Ilepen stnrteil tilth M devilled hiolfannril sail the ttnrknirn from lap lnlllnir Irnn tsiirl. mm ttfn klllr4 and IUHI nrrr -tiiunilril. II Hie ,VI,aLml letel creasing ante, imio Hfrp Lllle.1 anil l,ain ssuanilerl, Al lb Vievsk ante, ticlittv Ihe Bfiisrntr stallna, Dim were hllle-l ana Ton tananileil. In the tnaalll lrntr ill-lrlrl, ami nrtf killed nnd RIMI teminneil. In nther part f Ihe rllt Khi nrrf klllrd and Tint tananileil. Tntall Klllrd il,lenl tsinnuel, il, 1 1 Ml, Ht. Petendniric. Jan. M. Sunday froicd a ilajr of unspeakable hurrur In .Si. Petersburg. Tim strll.'-r. goaded In desperation by a clay of violence, fury und bli-wl-hcl, an? In n utile of open Insurrection ngal...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 January 1905

V SHORT TALK ON CRAFTING tome of Ihe Und.rljrlns; Prlnclplsaof tha Froeasa Oood nd Poor Unions. In ttif work of grafting the natura ol the union alock and aclon It nut Terr grntrallr undrratood. It la often mooted qucitlon among thote who make t scientific atudjr of pomolonr. A true appreciation of the principle will prota valuable la the practice of horticulture. Borne worthy and valuable rrirarch along thla line hat own proatcnttd at the Masrarhustlts expertuent nation under the leadership of I'rof, I". A. XX'such. I'rof, WaiRh ipraka of grattlng ai the union of aclon with (lock. In the tail majority o! rawa the prime ohject, In fact the tole object of grafting It to iii i.-c:ri draft. n s iui ot.fi rrura thla unlnn. The nature of the union la it' rurally tiiiilrrstiiod toiKtfr rr.Iti" the whoK- aurrita or falhirr nf Ihe I raft Thete phranta good unluna and tioor unions, are common In horticulture, )t Ihrlr rlnnlMcancr la neutrally un known The facta arc oflin wrougl; pue sicd and...

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. — 27 January 1905

M0NT60MEBY TM6UNL FRIDAY, J.VNVARY K iTxC SEXT1MEXT IX JAPAN A Few Fact Concerning C ra U- -ett i j- .t a .-- t -tt ic -r-..- j j- f i if t a ntfc km tvrr aaif ami ot n- tr -aae u :.ari-. --u a ir : i-r - trwa a .' r l-lea- A rta if Vat iera Ut Prfta a- V-.. n ia axf v- - a --a eat iulk il-l Aa-a i -t AatAt A eliar -x ? f t fUrUft t ; vomn lit nmlM ta MX - a-. e tt ' nM a : trta- - fJL J&M ' W aat u- ? .JJ' Ja ; a a" 'Tj i: r rmt :a.f la brl- tVi 4t 'Vt a csxxai or rmrx3 axoxo riC7ix aiaxtraf J 7xx. bttnsttt t S TTTlrf u yv.n zjij.h i. tj fir C-iiii la X Ji f s nu-4 M , . . M M M lf ' 4 : : tsx w k;. ot. m im-ia t- jo. M.ti a. i j i; r-- WABASH TIWE TABLE. 11 Ltfwi. Ar . VitfJ ii i N . a x. i. UMJIm a-f j. a fc a r,: tm a. a t-w . afcar . i .!. T n3.i o,ti ai aJ -r ' '- ", ' flnrFVnnl aaapaaaaaaawaaaiaai lKinilnnllon. arninil wlmt, In my opin ion, wcr (ho irnprls of hl elect- t a. m a -. av - m a. aa aa m A"-' I. tw - B J. laa a a ... . a, 1mm tk a V 'M J t l . a tut i 1 M a. a ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 3 February 1905

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eight Fajres 40 ColumiiH. VOL. XIII. NO. 17. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 105. $1.(H) P LOCAL BRIEFS. He K Utricle Woodmen hare a nuk ball February 17th. HI reported that Judge Johnson expect to open a law ofllco In thl city. J. J. Old the past week sold a Hue Kingsbury piano to P. C. Kent and a Cablo to Kor. Fr. Gross. Bargains In Trustee at the now city Drug storo. Mr. Thoma Vnndcgrlst of Centralla Is visiting her daughter, Mm. Chas. Qamer, Inthli city, Tho democrat hereabout teem to be terribly worried (or (ear Kerens will not bo elected senator. Married, Jan. II, 1003, at the home ol the brldo In Montgomery, by Iter. C. I'. Lovelace, Forrl Klotlcr and Miss Dollle Hellyer, Tho. Cain and Mlsa Mayme Mam, both ol tho 8t. Louli Store, have boon dangerously sick here the past week. The W. O. T. U. will hold Ita business meeting with Etta Cater next Monday, Feb, nth, at 2:.T0p m. All members requested to be present. Julian Ham Is again an operator ...

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. — 3 February 1905

! nr's't whal'WWIB If BWl II) lll'I'IIIH Mil) noinlnntlon. second vvhnl, In my opin ion, wero Iho prospects of his elect. Inn en-l IMrd whir In rnv onlnlon THE T"R TBUNE -tlltieil tit tbk THiiaxi. i-nmti.Mo co. MONTGOMERY, I UISSOURC zstm cm'rp Imagine why any people should stay In a counlrr Ilk Finland, when there ate whole continents half empty.. tt-UeuteAtnt In the Russian army b paid about 1:00 a rear, a captain about SffTana a major 1110. Kuropatkln ti galling HWO. 'Bvefy man who has -worried hla hair out trying to borrow (S mutt lift till hat .to Mr. Chad wick, queen of high finance, with her 113,000,000. There are 44,000 hotels In th United (States, representing an Invested capl Ul of over fC.OiO.tXFO.OOa These eetab- Ilihn hmenta employ 3,500,000 persons. .'llnsata la wrestling with the prob lem ol bow many aoldlcra It take to deprive 140,000,000 people of a dcilto for constitutional government. ...Married workmen In Hustle are pall VJ'.j cents a day and single men re eclve ...

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. — 3 February 1905

OaCiV. A DANOtROUS HANDSHAKE. 01 afta, Vrltka at tht la-ftt OIBMt mu IMdm Aa- i. tjacMlat lpli. I No bor of aar worth would b KUr. Uut you DHd not be a bull In mi. elor tht following bandthak crick oa etber bov-t. The thing that you vrtnl alwavt to mike turt of I Ibit foo do it io a gooti-nttured spirit and oa tor who ! rou equal lo itrcaith. The trick I dost br making tht etner laikjw't arm bend tht wrong war. Home people cull thlt trkk "tht TIIU Jit.'-JITItU IIANDIIIAKU. eiU'a liandshaW You can see what II la like In thlt iilcturt. Tht author of "Jlu-Jltsu Combat Tricks" sar tht war to do It It aa follows! "Approach tht Intended victim and takt hit right hand In rour own. aa It about lo akake handa Kith him. Throw bit arm up, awing around at hit ildt and at tht tamo tlmt throat Tour ex tended, rigid left arm undr hit rap turrd right. Your kit arm will aultt In throwlna" hit rlxht arm tip. B to It that the Inside of bit wr's'. It up. I'crmoat. (Bee tht picture.) "No bear down on hi...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 3 February 1905

. ,.,ir.t., ltJi Pul,UUi Kvry Friday. T THE TBIrUVNK WONTTNO CO. H. C. AUWWGH, Hum k Hwf'r. afcwr1el In Aatvane On Caayr, Cm rer li-eai FRIDAY, PKBKtMRY3, IW. Tha vjncll of Rinding Ora-n It rltterrr.lr.ad that tru city shall re main lihvit 4 salva. and reU"l l!'o iiVifn ay tar a law rtaya ego, A petition of W nami hu raised if a head la Columbia agetaat th location of th no potffice upon tha ltt rmniunM ome tint ago. Thla wa one ol the pstoff scandal c More tho all hundred bllla harn bn Inlrvli'xd by tho present legislature of Missouri, and while, half an h'ir ha bn spent thus far every da to vnta for a L'nlfd RUUa ntr, lavti on la going along all right and when adjourn ment dij cornea around it lll ba found that the bualnes ha been well attended t". Warden M. W. Hall ratted tho in!ii Into th oftVa of lh! peniten tiary Halorday morning and an ri'iunrrd thl rules for the manage rnent of tho Institution, lit told them that only aoher men would Im tmployed, and that hi classed tho (lgr...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 3 February 1905

M0HT60MEIIY TMUHE. FMDAY, FEBRUARY 3 1905. Nw Florence. John Carter was turprliad Friday Morning, lili wife presented him twin gfrls. High lllll will hare a now black emlth In thn ponon of Henry Dunard o( Joncburg. Rrr. J. A. Wallea, our former Presiding Klclir, waa married In Ban Franolsou, Calf., laat month to Mian Ruth Yates. Oliver .Seymour (colored) age tan yearn, illil ut hla homo Mon day mornlug, Ito waa burled at Montgomery Tuesday. It I aald sometime lie I ro hli death ho told hla miitlw-r li- "an going to die lor ho had m en Ji -ua and ho worn a crown, ulau Hi . ureal lights were bout 11 1 h bill, HcvimI cIihi ,,-rsnre taking place In the ticlghli mood rait of town. (our fount 1 1 ngcach other will have ni wiWi .,-ra thlaycar. Choi, Gold mm.- I,. High lllll and Jen nlng lluiluii t -nts hla place. H. WriKlit M-ll- ut Tuesday and Oacar David- i from near Dig Spring move- , bo having pur cha.eil tlm i..m. Mr. Wright move to Will illli). Tho Graham boy will ut noon and quit fa...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 3 February 1905

TRIED TO DISARM Result of Boycott. IAN T t f I i iiiiilnoUon.Ti?tTnTVfffiT1nTiTpTP in, wcro Iho protpect of hi elect m, and third, what In tny opinion ottld be tho rffccl upon hi ill per- Th only place In tat Unit! State that guarantee freedom from ntrlkan. lockouts ud labor warfare I Halt! Creek, Mica. The atory! Th work people, mr chanlt, lawyen, doctor tad olhr cltl cm became arouaed ud Indignant at tbe effort of Ih labor union through out tbt country to deatroy tbe bualnoet tit on of our largest Induatrlei the I'mtum Cereal Co., M'd, and at tb opto threat In tbe official union paper, tbat Ih entire power of tba National and Htata Federation of Labor waa being brought lo bear to "punhh" the Indui trlri of Haiti Creek, and particularly tho I'oatum Co. Thla iprung from the refntal of C. W IVxt to obey tba "ordera" of the union to take the l'otluni advertising aaay from various papert that refuted to pur. tbaae labor of tbe labor Iruit the unlona. Mr. I'oit waa ordered to Join the t...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 3 February 1905

lAPAN CLOVER AS FORAGE. thing Comparatively Hew la Ag riculture! Lint Hatla from Tu Eaatern Ielaod. We herewith Illustrate, tut Fanners' .lUvlew, a tlover that bu been much talked about durlag the lut ftw rear. It we Imported torn xre ego, an lei. till coulfnmeat coming IromJiDU to Charleston, B. 0. The sclentlit callt It Leipedeta ttrtete. Itltaiiinimtrgrow tig plant that thrlvea on light toll, After Hi Introduction Into the Carollaaa It epreed with great rapidity, th teed telng carried by the llrdt. It I mot Ilk. TUB JAPAN CLOVKIt. If to thtlve north ot tha Ohio a It left to lltelf. If It It grown at all fur ther north, It will bate to lx town la the iprlng, with th certainly that It will kill out In tba winter. Kven tbtn It mar prove netful In soma locallona, Just aa le the cait with crlmion clover. It li now widely dlelrlbated through' out the south. Wing reported aa far wait at Teai. When Itflrttappearala a community It haa a salient effect on hr-rset, but later that effect dis...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 3 February 1905

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY, P13URUAKY 3 100.',. WABASH TIMB TABLE. Weal llminH. talt..jntL, No. t-ilM a. in Na. P-:J i. in Ro. I teal i in... . lfa.T-IMltii TO. UT:ftn lit Xn. -i l k m Arrl.a In Mimtirnin-ry, IllSa.ln ,...,.4tia p. Ill ,...... ,.S.0 p. in It. IT 1:2 p. in l.ll&a hi ..Jill p. M Ka.t H'tirvl ltav Mnnljeimpry. Artlra In PI, tout. Nu.a-ll:1p. m IM. m No. 43illa. hi. .. , , IHlh N.i.ll-U'aia. m , ..,...T:H, m M'k 3-1. (II j. m H 3 p. lit i lt -1 Hl n tillpm .Nn. :!-lt!lfi., ni S.MpIo No. Is-7 M . m IlilSa'm C ll.Caasalus. Agent. A IVrtlne Inquiry. Do you know that (or n litlln more llinn It cost to take your Umlly to the theatre once, ynu van havo a grapliophone, which In equal to tloien Iheatrleit per lormnucc rolled IntVonc, (or with it you can reproduce nil thn oii;, Hpcechoa nnd musical selections you wish tu henr? Ynu get ft i-omhinntlon ol on orchestra, theatre, concert nnd no end of novel and delightful entertain mentii. Nothing I" truer tlmn Iho assertion tha...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 10 February 1905

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eight Paget 40 Columns. VOL. XIII. NO. 18. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 100.-;. $1.00 A YMII IS AlltAKCK. LOCAL BRIEFS. Mr. Koth of Milan waa Ihe guest ol MUt Bcaslcy this week. J. II. McQulo and L. L, Kirk ol Wollsvlllo wcro hero Monday al tending probata court. Tho county court In session at Danville, last Monday granted! Win. Arnold, jr., of Wellsvllle, renewal of Ms saloon license for another year. Jests L. Kaaon, aged 21 years, died In St. Louis Fob. 2, and was buried In tho Montgomery City cemetery last Sunday. Ho was n former rctldent of this rlty, and of lata years has been with tho Union Naws Company of Ht. Louis. John L. Pratt, son of John T. and Carrlo 1). Pratt, was born near Oamma, Mo., May in, 1MI, And died nt tho homo of Ills parents near Supply City, Oklahoma, Jan. 1.1, lixn, at tho ago of llftcen years and eight months. Tho body was laid to rest In tho old fort cemetery. Mrs. T. M. Mcrltt and daughter, Mrs. Mattln Williams and ...

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. — 10 February 1905

li. 1 855?" 1 m THE TRIBUNE. PaklMknl sir tk triui'hk 1'iiiarrrxa Co. UONTQOMERT. MISSOURI vstMcBviucrchants hurts opened chamber of commerce In London, tc which too members belong. The mining of tho longest word In 0P danihihgo la credited lo Mr. nlnil 4VJJC..'lLlnblllinicnlnrlaolnn," Of tho patients In the lunatic asy . Inm at Lahore, India, 33 per cent nro 13 tcr cent nra habitual hemp- lii Hcvcd lo have been habltt Arirtc tnkVrs. Oil I'vl alu,.tlie herring season, which ex it'1 from the middle of August lo tho end Of Dorcmlier, Hit flahlnit boatl KI 'Yarmouth, llngland. taught lit, i.tmAi) herrings, '""Wr. U A. Van Wagner, of llrookflcld. has Invented n derlco which In to' he etlarhcl lo tho telephone which will drive Indication If there haa been any .lall during the ahsenro of Iho attend, nut. ti During Iho mt nine tnonlha of 1501 ..t'li-rmany'e Imports amounted to ft M3t,f;u.iHM), rieeedlng thuao of the cor responding iicrlod nt 1903 by t33.:01, ''ton. During the him tlmo Germ...

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