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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 22 February 1901

The Tribune, Friday, - - February 22, 1901 NM SMUtf MUM f TARTAR HVHHi HOMING , VorW'o Pair tsr Pal From Our Correspndantt, Gumma II. D. Holey lias thn tfrlp. Mrs. (loo. Johnson Is. bettor. Mn-tcr Tmii Few Ik julto nick. MtH. nr. I.uee It on the rick Hut. Hnzel Dell school closed Friday. drs, Ann Hauli Is ultu poorly thin week. Quito n number put up lea In thin nelchborhuod last week. Miss Molllc llrown nl Audrain county Is visiting her parent. Mrs. Kailo KiMiil.iud Ih very poor ly with Intlamltory rhcutnntlsm. MrH. Uco. Knrecst Ih Improving but Um b'lby in nut doing mi well. Atleh Direct of Walnut Clrove, attend d eervlvi-rt lit Hrush Crock .Sunday cvenlnj;. Frvd UlliU-rdrvt' returned Thurs day from mi extended visit to Kliksvill.- CI 'O. Johnson bought it bunch ot sheep of Vl Downing of Olney last Wwk. Ueo. Kpurks hauled corn from Tmv Muliry'ri hist week. Ho paid li&'i per btishul. Mr-. Oalll" lt' l:;.ir of Hellllowor mtondud pruaehlni; nt Hrush Creek Kinidny morning. (!. I.. ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 22 February 1901

OEOnQE WAgHlNOTOH. OUR WW . OU hsv sit ot ran ritsrd before, t know. How, ovr a hundred ytsrs o. Klnc Ohiii looked U1II 111 VlHHf And tsldt "Thou eolonlts m lob Forgetting they all bolong lo mi, t must in mr troops In motion." Bo over tho ridcosts proudly ctnio. To hsvi & nlc Itltl Jolly gimi At leaching tJ rebtli mnr.r; Thinking It would b rirtttlun ro su ths pitiful Yanktis run At light of tho royal Iiiimii. flow their bsyonits fluhed snd gttamtd. llow thilr ryes with ardor beamed. At forward thiy tnarthid lobattlil uro ot putting the fo to rout, luro of wiping rtbilllon out. At Uo ftrat muikit rattli. Ybtn cam along a greet surprlte, Aud oU King Oicrgo lii opened hit eye At hiarlnr tho ntws 10 itunnlnr. Plintr ot lotdlin turned their back In quick ritrest, but, alick. alackl 'Twaa Ihi ridcoata did tho running. Romitlmia thiy wen. but thi poor old king round it rather a itrious thing, This tramping out ot trtaion. full In vagabond rebtl crew Laughed at hint and hli lotdlin. lo...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 22 February 1901

T1 1 OW iwlft Ihe yesrs, u- ttantmi yesrst Whatheapaof dust tto9naan tressursl our car. Th tramp of toll. th hu of pleasure. And ytt, with all th mat that lira Upon th shrines of ancient glory, Tbtra cornea a day whin thoughtful eyaa R-rtd tlx old, Inspiring- ttory Of him who rot up In hli might, Sertnt aad loyal strong- and lender. Of country. libertf-and right, Tru adrocata and braTa defender. O Tall T anowa atalntd b thtir blood. O laureled heights they died In winning I vanguard of Treedom'a orotnctnooo, W build to-day from thy beginning. O flat- that Cambrian wtnda tint knew. What patriot prayer went out to bleaa incei tar after star ahlnea In thy blue. And auna of erery zona caress theat The naff, tha land of Wajhlcaton . Bonds daiped anew that sulfa had I broken Th loyal heart Us way hath won By many a sacred sign and token. God hold ua true, ra thou wert true. To Justice and Ua hlch endeavor; May w remember The anew To-day, to-morrow, and forever! Ji C, Tompkins, In Youth'a ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 22 February 1901

.The Tribune. Friday, - - February '1, 1001. FOR SCHOOL COMMISSION!!!. We are authorized to announrr JOHS V. DAV18. A caadldtu lor School t'onnlsalotirr til Moatgomcrr county, it ttit April rlettloa IW1I. iiblrrt to will ol lu prop'. "Little, Trlxle" tomorrow nlht Iiihant McMnhnn of Dnnvlllo was in the city Monday. W. C. Hughe spent Sunday here with family. Jim Gardner of Price's lirnnch wit In town Tuesday. Alex Ornhnm inndu u trip to Wcilrvlllclnst Saturday. Miss Claudln I'o.w or near Hell dower wns in town Tuesday. Will lllun and vvlfeof Mullfiowrr, were in thin city Inst Monday. MIm NVIIIp nnd Jinyinc Hlndcsof Mol crly wax in town Saturday. John Vojt, sr.. of near town litis hi en initio sick the past week. Dr. John It.-t of High IIIII wax In our city Tur'"'' on luliicss. Knill AlKcriiiln-. u, went to New Florence Tuesday on business. Al).. Klinplnsky of Vcllsvlllc, -wns In town Monday, on liuslncst, A. Hans returned to St. Louis Monday after n months' visit to our ty. Wlltlnin ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 March 1901

THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. IX. MONTGOMERY CITY, MIS$QURI, PKIDAY, MARCH 1, lUOl. NO. 'Jo Final Settlement. .NOTICK Ii lierebe glea Ibat I will, admlnlMiator of th lat el CATIIKtlSKl'F.W. drceaaed, male float elllrineiil of mIJ ciute it Ibe utxl April term of tho Probate court ol MeotrMurry rounl;, atate ( Mleaourl, at tlie City ol Mnntr.aie re, aal J term ol court bcxIooInK on tbe M Honilajr la April, 1IMI. lAMKr) MAtlt'IN. Admi'r, Ealaieof Catbrrlse IV. dereaaed, Kel. ti 1901. U ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Notice It berrbr xlrru.tliat letlrra of Ad inlulitiallon upon tbe ealatr. offbirlea Jvirpli tWorlaod, defeated, litre been Rrantitl to tbe iinOriifDfd t.jr tlie l'robatr rourl nl iloiilgfltnerT countjr, Mlaaaoiirl. I.eatlDK data tbe Mil dee of February I KOI. All prraaoa bating elalma agalnit aald ealair are resulted to eiblbll Ibem to me lor altuwaiiee within one jear from tlie dale ofi.lil Irtleri.ur tbe mty be precluded rromao) Lmrlftol eucb eatale, audit aald elalma be not eibl...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 March 1901

4-' I' 81 I"' IS' , it i is, fl. B.i'i. IXT1I.VT else am Tto-io, Lottie? f What can I Jo7" With an anffrjr gesture Gordon Hyde flung him elf out of Mi chair and paced up and down Ihe room. Ill wife rested both tbowt on the table, watching; him, tlth htr mall, pointed cLIn betwren hr hand, and her tangled, paleye.luw hair tragRllna; over hrr face. "IC 1 stay here we tlinll all ttarve," Continued young 11 dr. "What do ) oil stay, rVobazon? Lottie can't be to s.'lf kh Kit to atop me, (Jod ktio I've don ty lw.tr Ted Itrabazon, another member of Ike vmall company to which Mr. and kin. Hyde belonged, wan a quiet, heavy young; man, with a brood, Indefinite face. He glanced quickly at Lottie a her liiiiband spoke. He had known her from the time when she w an over worked lit t Jc pantomime Imp. Her childhood had been embttterrd by pov erty and hardtlilp, but from the day wlven lie met (lordon Hyde, the world had more or let worn a tint of roe color, fihe had been married three jcitr, nnd wns...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 March 1901

1 HEAD Off THE HERD. alaellaa af a Ball I a atler at Par. aaeeaat laaaertaaee (a Dalrr aea aad leekaaea. There are tbrre points which should hare iptcUl attention la the eleetoa of L bull, tit, breed, pedigree and In dirldual merit. Probably there U no absolute); bet breed. Some brreds are saueh better than other lor aoma par poses, while along different, and per haps equally Important linea, tbej are decidedly Inferior. If cow are wanted for dairy purpose , a boll from one of the recognized dairy breed thonld ba elected. Any other choice will ba tire to retult In disappointment and loa. The man who I" engaged la tha production of beet would tlnd a bull from a dairy breed a moat unprofltabla election, lie tbould hare a bull from one of the breed mot noted for beef. The climatic condition, character of the paituret In which the Hock It to be kept, and method of feeding which are followed, ought alto to be care fully considered. And when a choice GkOW EAULT TOMATOES. Taer An Mara Fred...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 March 1901

The Tribune. fir 1 it ! s lubllHlieU Every KrJUny JiV WASHINGTON LETTER. Wellington, Feb. 2Ti(h, 100L Pres ident McKinley doesn't particularly favor the ! idea of having Congress lay down condition for the; nt-cctitnncc of the Constitutional THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO. Convention of Cuba, in advance of the no I). W. MA.IOI', EniToit. ft'0'1 "f tlmt Convention, which i now con - .... jwidering n mippleincntary declaration, ett- Thiims $1.00 bcr Year in Advance. ling forth the relation that hIkiII exit be- .----. 'tween Cuba and the V. Si., although he in' A timid Kansas editor remark that. not opposing the attempt that in now la'ingoldierH have been killed in battle or dr uuarchy "wtalk in Mm. Nation' wake.' made in that direction with the hope of en- 'H'J, ..... i to keep out circuiting " extra wewwion of Congreww. The " " ' H P.vidcnf present plan i to take no action .f n ' ",u .over ' lc,p. mni- J u )...!,.. ..!.,... r..-i!i..s fj..,w...,,t palnotic iMhppinoHympatluzer want hiwrca- A...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 March 1901

The Tribune, p. I 1 - March 1, 1901 mm wurt ua r tutu rm. HUONG MWM1 Highlit Honor, World's Fnl: Oold McJsl, Midwinter ft' ArnM JIJilj.ff TcnriVrw it i ' tiu r- From Our Correspondents. NEW HOPE. Nice bright sunshine weather. Such days make uh think nbout owing oats and planting potnlocH. 0. H. Ilallnrd has sold his farm near Appling school house to Ty ler Bunnels ol Wellsvlllc. Milton Sailor wan In thin vicini ty Monday looking (or cattlo and hogs. John Cox and J. 12. Dickey were trading In Wcllsville Monday. Iter. I. M. Oliver purchased n line $.'15.00 cooking rangu from I". Sabourln of the city Inst Wedncs dny. Nlss 'label Berry visited homo folks near Joncsburg on last Snt urdny. Our school Ih fust approaching to .in cud, only two morn week remain. Miss Florence Diiiicmi and Mcr roll Oliver vUliud Mm. W. L. l'lpii-. Inst Sunday evening. Mr. W. I.. FIpps wiu vflllng Mrs. U. M. Oliver on Inst Monduy. K. M. Oliver mid .1. 15. Dickey attended preaching nL the hi Hnp tlht church In t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 March 1901

1 Ml XTldeaceef Its Completion Given . the Filing of Incorporation Pa t vera at Trenton, N. J. HITED STATES STEEL CORPORATION -nm lalllal Capital la Nat Vet tide. ( laearaeratlaa There . rie.tr of n..m a.. Opt.arl.alty j far Cpaaal.a. Ntw York, Feb. Article, of I corporation of tbe United Male. Htcel corporation hare been filed at the fflca of tho county clerk of llud.ou county, new Jrr.ey. Thl. concern I giganno Morgan-Carncgle com bine. The agent of the new corpora' lion In I.etv Jerary I the lliid.nn Trnat Co, of SI York aired, Hobo ocn. krel. af lac (orporntloa, The object, of the corporation are to luanufarlure Mcrl, Iron, copper nd other materials ami to own, oc cupy anil develop mlnr., anil to on mean, of tminMirlnllon. The provl ion ii mniio thai i lid coriorntli! nail tint own u railroad in the Mule or Atw Jcnry, The Incorporator, ore Charlr. C t-liiiT, Vim. .1, Curtl. anil Charlr. Mc vengh. alllal Capital .tot Very Ills, llm total nutlinr rd ran Inl afoei i. 13,000, dltldc...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 March 1901

THE TRIBUNE. TBIBUKB ritTa CO. rabllsbsrs. P. W. MsJOB, Editor. MONTGOMERY, I MISSOURI. CURRENT OOMMENT. jTlliptnos are fond of dried grass hoppers, a standard artlcls in the mar kets. An American who hat tried ithem says they tate Ilka glngcrmapa. A man named Edgerton, of Madison, Ind., thrust his hand Into a horse's .mouth to aeo how many teeth the .animal had. Tho horio closed hla 4eeth to aea how many finger Mr. .Edgcrton had. The curiosity of both was fully satisfied. According to the latest rcturna hero aro 807,471 pauper in England, 07,047 In Scotland an 57,587 In lre mid, supported at an annual cott to the public of 107,000,000. A serious ipart of the problem la that tbo num rbcr grows no smaller. Tlio Russian ruler haa aent n token of hla esteem to President McKlnley. It la rather an odd clrcumstnnco thnt -the moit democrnllo and most nh .solutltt of countries hare always been fuat frlrnda. Ever alnee the ilaya of the American war of Independence Russia haa been especially ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 March 1901

vm I to; Tl-TW TTTTaT TlvT rr- ' Mrs. Unnlo L. Smith, after n six x rvc X JMBUWJi. vcok's visit In Denver and Hldge- - - Mnrch 1, 1901. POR SCHOOL COMMISSIONS. ' way, Colorndo, returned to her hom,c in thin city the totter part of , . Inst week. J I Miss Gertrude Xunucllv rctlini- Woirr.ulb0rlr.H0?no,mr led to her home In this elty lust A csn.lld.te ir'cMl Coirnnii.lowr ol , Mondny, nfter n pleasant vlnll with Nouli.Mnery enmity. t the April election ."'ends nntl relatives nenr Aux Mftl. tlihrrl In Ilia will nl llin (if nple. ' vnssc. - - Will Lnlrd who has been In thin Hnrnhnm KlKk Went to Illuli Hill cIty visiting his sister, Miss llelle Wednesday on business. ; Lnlrd, slnco the death of their fnth- Miss Hello Lnlrd hnd n severe , er. returned to his home In Tim an, Attack of the grip Inst week. Inst l-rltlny. Senator Johnson wns In Mont- Mian Evil N'unnclly wliohusbcou gomory on business Tucsdny. teaching in Cullnwny county, nnd . T;TT ii . whoso school cloned Inst Friday, l....l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 March 1901

J M v. ir lis? ' THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. - ,& VOL IX. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MARCH 8, lUOl. NO. i Final Settlement. NOTICK It hereby riven that I will, dmlnlatiator of tbe c itili ot CATIIERIKK I'KW, deceaaed, make Dual telllimcnt of tald ettate Hi tbe aexl April term of tbe l'robate court ot Uonls-ornery county, title ol Mlatourl, al tbe Oily ol Montgomery, tald tern ot court bt.lonlnx on the id Monday In Aprll.lMl. JAMKH H.AUPIN. Admt'r. Katateof Catherine l'ew. deceased. Feb. Si. 1WI. 4t ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Notice It herebv given, lliatlettere of Ad lnlnlaliallon upon tbr cetale ofCbarlce Jottph Worltnd, dtceaaed, have been ranttd to the nuderaigned Ly tbe l'rohale court el Montgomery county. Mleiaourl. bearing date lb lllli day of February 1901. All ptrtoot having claim eKilnit tald Mlalo r. riqulred to exhibit tbim to Ine lor allowance wllbln oneyear Iroui Ilia dale ofeald Itllcrt. or Ibey may t precluded fiomeu) bcnrlltol aucli calale, and II lab! claim be ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 March 1901

THE TRIBUNE. tn xniBUHK "rnio." co. rabiuh.r. P. W. MAJOR. Editor. MONTQOUXHY, I MISSOUIII. Tht queen regent of Spain, on the t7th, elgned a decrco appointing Hear Admiral Centra to be a vlcc-ndinlrul. It. 0. Dun & Co. report! "Commer cial fnllures In February were 1,034 In number and $U,3.i,m In nmount. Compared with 1.242 in January, with llnblllllea of $11,290,811,' Incitement over gold mining lu Die l'rotlnco of Lepanto, In northern Lu ron, I Increasing; a number of pocket haro l-on illtcorercd, but no well-defined ledges hare been found. (len. Me Wet, It la otllclolljr insert ed, having failed to crowi the Orango river at Daltorapourt, In hurrying lo Itnenfonteln by thn way of I'clrus rllle. The Orange river I falling fast. lly special ropiest of the president, the Union veteran of the civil war wrro UMigiml an Mh iersniial incur t from the, While House to thn capital on the occuslon of hl second Innugu-rntloii. Dewey Smith, a Negro Miner, Hung by a Mob for Killing a White ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 March 1901

r J. S M'HIRII 1 William McKinley Begin His Sec ond Term as President of the United States. THEODORE ROOSEVELT VICE-PRESIDENT. Oath of Ufllrc Admlnlslcccit A in I.I Xrenea of .Vhirtlal and Civic Aplendnrlnnuanrnl Addrraaes a l'rcsldent McKinley and Vice I'resldrnl Itoosevell. Washington, Mnrch 4. For the ce cud tlmo William McKlnlcy, of Ohio, ha been Inaugurated president ot the .United States, llio highest ofllce in tho gift of the scvciity-flvc mlllloni of ibe American people and the proudest title In the grand galaxy or the ml era of nation. Simultaneously Theo dore Itoosevelt, ot Now York, hai taken the oath a rlce-prcsldent ot the United Ktatea, and thua begins another tour years or rcpiihllcan ad ministration. For weeks tho committee In charge ot tho arrangements hare been busy wmi nil details or the important function, and It is not too much to sy that their work linn been per- lormcti on a scaio or grandeur und completeness never before attained or orcn attempted. ritCAIDCXT...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 March 1901

The Tribune. Published Every KrJUay 1IY THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO. 1). W. MAJOK, KniToit. 'i'niiMS $1.00 per Yi:nr in Adviuicc. Admiral Sampson li:m Iihh written it Id tcr to the public and now lie linn a thorny road to travel, lie in not the only great man that liar written 11 letter, undoing himself. The criminal cost in thin Htate are en tirely to high. The general appropriation hill M't out !?!).")2,:!10.1() for all purpose uml of thii amount, SoOO.OOO in deHiirnatHd for criiiiinal costH. .Inst ice and civilization come pretty high in Missouri to Hay the leant Miss Wnth Itryan in something of a .Joker. Starting to ncliool the other day she made a (lespenitu rim for a street car and linallv siieceelel in catching it. Ah she took her sent, sliu gasped, "Well, 1 am glad one of the family can rim for Homething and .get it.' Minneapolis Mournul.' When the powers hegin to chop off the headH of thosu Chineman they ought to he putc mire that they identify the cnlpntH. leslinl for another ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 March 1901

The Tribune, Friday, - - March 8, 1901 a mm wr mum tssts mtn. am BAKING Hl;chct Honor, World's Fair Qo'A Medal, Midwinter Pair Att!i1 HiUtnff romWrt otaJnlnir Tl" nra 1iUmIu o liUU Prom Our Correspondents NEW HOPE. Wo hnvo had nice spring wcath--cr (or tho Inst few days. Dut tho storm ot last Monday and Tuesday made overcoats ngnln In demand. M u aro glad to state thnt thcro Is no sickness tonnnouncn this week, something that wo havo not been nblo to Hiiy (or tho pnst two month. Moving Reems to bo tho order of tho day. O II. Dullard Is moving his household goods to tho city this week. Marion Hlrcli is moving on the Chiipma't (arm 2 1-2 miles south o( tho city Mrs. Hobcrtson of Mexico Is moving to her (arm near Mt. Cnr- mel. Tom Ilarker of near Mlncola will movo to n farm oast of hero. Jurrott Harris and n Mr. Puller, were tliroiigh this neighborhood last Moudny getting signers to n petition (or n rural mail delivery route. They seemed to havo good (aitli that the route would bu cs t...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 March 1901

i iiiiiiiii OUR FORCE TO BE REDUCED. Illinois Saved From the DUgrace of ft Resort to Mob Law by the Use of Mllltta. SHENKLE WAS RAILROADED TO PRISON. 1 I: s The Assailant at Miss lilltrr, at Car ronton, riradrd llnlltr and was vilvrn an Indelrritiliialr scutrurs la llir thrslrr I'rnllrallarr and Immediately Kent There. Carrolllon, III., March 2. Guarded by four cnmpnnlc of state mllltla to protect lilm from a mol ilelrr mined on lvncliliiff Albert Ijlicnklr, lio, on DccrinWr Si last, rrinlnnllr assatiltrrl tho 10-yrar-old daughter ui f liarlca II. Oilier, n( Carrollton, was Inken from the county jail at Spring Held, lntril tin n ieclal Chicago & Alton truln and brought to Carroll too. There Wu Xo Dlaordrr. AlthiiiiBh threat of lynching bod been freely mode by the citizen of Carrollton and, although the streets and prouniU around tha Jail itnd court home had been (iractlrally pa Irollrd by an armrd moh detrnnlned iiion using summary measures, ever rlnce It was aiinniinerd that Kl...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 March 1901

A There Ii a Class at Tropic Who are Injured by th w cf coffee. Ite eentljr there bn been placed In ill the rro .!?! . BMr I'rtpintlon railed UKAIIvO, made of pure Rftlni. that ttkel the place of coffee. The molt delicate atom, eeh receivee It without distress, and lit few can tell It from eoflee. It doe a not root ovef t at much. Children may drink It with treat benefit. IS ell. and 23 cts. per pack Me. Try It. Atkfor OHA1X U. Out of His Mne.-"Ah, Littleton! Th Terr man for the emergency. I bevea grave problem to submit to you." "A grave prob lem to me! Whjr, I'm no undertaker." Boston Courier. Piio'i Cure for Consumption la an tnfalll pit medicine for coughs and rnl.li'. N. W. bamuel, Ocean Urove. X. J Feb. 17, IWO. j" 14 easy to TCI" tnm another man'i advtrslty. Ilam a Horn. BEST SPAING MEDICIE The Palm Given to Dr. Greene's Nervura. Tht Grand Jury, (he Ttoplr, Hare Si DtclM Utel by Hundreds of Thousand In Spring as a tlool Medicine? Dr. Greene' Jferrurn blood and nervo remedy It...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 March 1901

The Tribune. Friday, ... March 8, 1001. rOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER. Wn are utlnitlrl lo announce JOII.V W. IIAVIH. A candidate Inr Hehnol Conunla.tonrr of tlontgnuiery count), at llis April election IKH. tuM'el to will l Ike people. Oct Turner's leu cents. See nd. Henry Hroeder returned from Ht. 1.oul Kundny Miss 1'raiH'lH Sailor In vloltlng friends en st of town. J. A. Hnrrcll rioted lit school nt "Contention," Friday. Klicr Wilson of Mew Florence visited relatives Iiitu Kundny, Artlu Kcadle spent Kundny with Home folk near Two-Mile iirnncn, ItiiV. A. t'. Johnson wan In Ful ton M few day the first of this week. Miss Hmmn Turner, the milliner went to St. I.ouIh Tuesday on bUS- lnCSS. Mr, h, F. ItUHNell mill family have moved Into the Marker prop erty. Mort Klbler of llcllllower, wni In Montgomery Mondny on busi ness, Horn, to (leo. Ilrltt and wife, oast of town, Saturday, Mnreh 2d, a Klrl. fudge. I. I). Harnett went over to Danvlllit Monday to hold I'rolmte court. Joe I'olndexter of ne...

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