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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 10 February 1905

("" Jilt- U ) ir okud ctaua J ill I u QjKVloUls, then shalt bs ray anroy ll jJP TetaeaIetreef myhsart. I IH II 1 1 XM IntTBttUUstattUgelulea ( IH I tf avowing wra thy twetl art. ft 1H JjA f Whisper It her will Uy per- 1 ' H iHF ' . WkMlUllUktMttMattkM, I H I Bvsrr Under, leve-bcnaassaate ; HI V if II . i ' f The art bearsr of forms. If M 1 II i Wain e'tr tats bar dear jj j f lijljffWp KlafUiihtrnrMtbrutk 1 I lUll 1 Ask hsr, with tar voles of I " U " T,1"lU" jr j Like Mistress, Like Maid J Br JANK CRAWFORD Miss Wlnthtop rant down to break fait to tlnil Maggie, her usually tld. Her.lQid uisld. In a state of excitement rerglng on lunacy, but looking dls trarllugly pretty. Maggie w a racing around tht dining room with llio toacanleterlaonehand. tcarchlng (or the learnt, which aba had tightly clasped In tha olbtr. "MargartU what la lb natter vlth ior Maggie came to htr a nsea with a itart, and proceeded with trembling tinier to naka the tea. Mix Wlntbrop alwaya aaM Margerot when abe waa ...

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. — 10 February 1905

At' li V. 4S. llriation. 9crtWeWwwKsWeWwflSafi wore the prewpscts of his cleet anil third, what In my opinion ! I W0WTC6WEiY TWHL Publlahad Bvary Friday. Y THE TRIBUNE PSINTtNO CO., H. C. ASHBAllOH, Editor Muif'r. ubaertptlen In Mvanea. Om Copy, Om VMf . l. PHOM . FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, IMS. 'The state ol Missouri," ttys Got. Folic, In a mnun reoom mending the mmendmeot or re pent of (he breeder' llw, "It wealthy enough to eupport ad equately tho state fair without making It owe He eilstence to the licensing ol a pratelce that de grades youth and pollute the morals ol men." At a remedy the governor advises that a new or amended law shall prohibit pool aelllng anywhere In tho state on facet to be run cither wlthm or without the state. The erll It pool gambling In any form, and the legislature Is called on to end It In Missouri. It Is generally supposed that all methods tor Irrigation are con fined to the west. This U true In a large sense but artificial provision against drouth Is used...

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. — 10 February 1905

MBNT8QMERY TMMRlEi FRIDAY, ntBRUARY 10 1906. IthliMlaiMl Don Heylag el Wool ridge tbli week sold his sasroaaule store to Jul. Holtwiok and Al. and Julius Heylng of this place. The boye will leave next week to take uoi cession. They are all excellent you UK gentlemen aad we regret losing them from our mldet. Mr. Iieylng will probably engage la ome other business at Woold- rldge. Sam Devlin who ha been work ing In the car shops at 8t. Charles the past month, oamo up last Saturday to visit homefolks a lew days. He. will leave Saturday tor Islington where he will work In a coal mine. SMarlon Smith, 'loramly 51 SIi riot ally but aow of aear Bell Bower, waa severely ruptured trass, at ol coughing latt Bandar morning while feeding In hta bara lot. He wae la eueh a condition that he could not walk,' but dragged himself to the houae. He could not thea get on the bed, nor waa hie wife etrong enough to lift him, eo she went for help to a neighbor a half mile away. A physician waa alio summoned...

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. — 10 February 1905

ri ! u'wero iho pnnpoclH of hla elect- HER BLOODTQATHIN OCKEBAL DEBIUTT KSBULT8 TBOM IKPOTEEI8HED BLOOD. Th Ilemedr Tbat Makre 'Xew Blaaaf atealaka WMkMMi lleealaebeo.' Ia aUetlawa-l 'mtM Tvwealew, flnudird ef women (offer from head. ache, Mlitlm, restlmnun. Unknot aud tiroldlly. Few roallM that their inleery til come) from the lad itait ol their blood. Tbey take one thing fat their head, .another far their etouiarb, third for their nerves nt jet all the Hhflo It I atraply their poor blood that U tlta enao of their dlaromfort. If on nro remedy for making good, rich Llnod wrro nucd erery oae of thelt dletreMlugeJlnienl woulddlaaprwir, . they did la tho caw of Hri. HI F. Stoao, who bad been ailing for y can and u completely run down beforo oho r. allacd tho nature of her trouble. ' For acTerml yean," tald Mra. Stone, ' I lulfcred from general debility. II began about 16M with Indlgeitloo, ner Youancff nud atrndy headaches. Up to IVO I hadn't been able to find any relief from tble cond...

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. — 10 February 1905

43D CENERJOSSEMILr balee of Ik UUltUn'rrmMli I he.t'allf.l; al tlw JeRerfvon City, Feb. t-The if twit of Ih4 commute on rallmade, iiro,ttng aa arm-rMlmcnt to Hmator liradlry'a Mil tiro tiding ttiMt rallnmit eomuanlea ihnll nut require or ITmtt thrlr eintioea to work inure than It hour at tlmiv and pro aiding a penalty vf from tu l,u) fpt Its vitiation, tiroroked a lone debate la the ncimlf. An amendment brtrrntttlnr, mwt to rent tight hour a bvfore ronun ulaK ilirlr run, If they had own at their Ioat (or II t.eoruilva houra, rauu much illncuxaion. On rail call anund men I wn Adopted by u totu lit H in 11 At the eloa ot the dbal I ho hou announced by He thief rl-rk lhi imaattga or a bill exactly like. tWiator Uradlry a till 4inl without nmetidnvrtit. The- r(THt ot I ho ametidnunt Mill bo (u tlilirr Mil or delay the bill until very lata hi Dim Miur4 bn It will go to tbi rer pn. mil introduced In tin Mimtvi , Uy Henilur Younir-Ti blaoo circuit tUrka In cuunllcN i( leee thin Vi.Wu puo b...

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. — 10 February 1905

FRIDAY, PKBUUAttY'lO Wfl, ) WhomcJH TIME TABLE, Wert HimmI. leiave . l.ol. Atrlvela NMMiMf. !to. 1-t .el . m 11 J3 a. m No. 4iJ0 p. at . , Hf:lo p. u Ho. T-Iil pia U:II a. at IV-t.ff! p. m trap, m ?a. 11 7i a. m . .... ,li4 a, m Mo. -i:tl p. m ... . ......... .11:11 p. m felt llouni Unn Montroracry. Arrive la H. Lnate Wja.e-lltTip.fa I n . Ra.l-JiMe.m IKi.a a. ll-4:.Wa. n Till . n S.hS-1'Aip.m...... ..........ti.'wp.in X.v I! 1.2?p m. . .Tilln rJa.SDll:47a, m . .... .l.-mp.m Ka.l-t. 10 a.m. .. Il:lj.m C. It. ('AHftltAH, Asnt. INSOMNIA AS PROFESSION. Vow Jersey Xan Tama Hie Inability (a Sleep Into a Source of Id co ma. When ynn lay tn four doctor: "I haven't alept wink tor 41 houra," ht probably emllce faintly and eympathet' Ically. Ilia reply "III depend on bit character and poiltlnu, aayu the Nan York Mall It he hai fewer patltcte than tie anl. and la naturally rnmplaliant. hewlllaey! "Toohiill We'll ee If we can I re dim; that. It ha his more pi tlarta thin ha wanta, and llkea to ...

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. — 17 February 1905

OMERY TRIBUNE. Eight Pice 40 Columns. VOL. XIII. NO. li. MONTQOMEitY CITT, MISSOUIU, FRIDAY, FEBItUAKY 17, 1905. fl.00 nWHSc. ' wfwafUaM m lvl W LOCAL BRIEFS. Mlsi Mabel Smith leave Mile week for, Chicago. Quarterly meeting at the Metho dlat church neat Sunday. J itnti Bella and family are ex pected to mora back hers from Tezaa toon. Mr. Dido McNamara residing In northern part of town, la reported dangerously ill with heart disease Mra. Lydla Vlerv, realdlng tour miles of Wtlllamiburg, aged about M yeara , died Monday. She waa an old settler. J. M. Rarkor returned home Monday from a week'a abaence to northwestern Missouri and nor them Arkansai. Thcro waa just 12 degree differ ence between two large thermom eter on the tame alreetln thlaclty at the aame minute Uat Monday. Mine Emma and Llule Turner, the popular milliner, hare gone to St. Loul to apend about four week, getting roady for the iprlng trade. Thoi. Cain and Ml Mayme Ham of the St. Loul Store who were erlouly 111 two weeto....

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. — 17 February 1905

- :l ; i ! it ' 4. ore the rrn'paaafaa9aaa id third, what In my opinion be Iho effect upon him per- THE TRIBUNE rabUsheal at.. rum TuiHiMii ritiimna co. M0NTO0MKHT. MISSOURI Then) are CI thopt In rvrlln htebpohlBg.but hortefleth li told. I'hytlclan arc beginning lo reeor. Bite worry n a dlttate, to ho pre tcrjwa tor n any nth.r malady. Irjfaad prtaiucv most of tho world' aupjdjr of eiderdown, tbe annual lain amounting lo toniethlng arcr 7V0OO jnundi, Mt ot thlt It thlpped (a Co- pennagen and cummanda from $2.41 w JjUQ per round. Ateeul'HIoo newspaper and perl oairata are published In llcrlln at ttii prnt' time. Among thet are about lotfolttleul tUlllcs, 80 auburban P pee. 3! political and toclal political Journal, orcr 0) romlo pa pert anil over.HO womcn'e Journal! with Iho "fcinailtl" movement. .recant atatement tbat tba prel ect, Jvory conaumptlon reprcaenla tba annual mugoter ot zn.ooo elephant I denied. At lat 13 per rent of war kt-fejd .Ivory come (ram tbe cemeter let tp .which...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 17 February 1905

"3 Antedate Qlaatratlar,! Mobility and ovalrr and alio of Hit XloMlnsai ra MnM Lift. An artlel la l"tro8'a Mimln ra ter to lb Interealloi event la Wash In, ton's III wka a dttOsttf to be taut Una. ' Wtua Wirtlnttoa . u eSrtd ta crown In 17M, the tederatlv jstra o( fovernaeat btd btcn tried (or ssn year nd lu operation bid not com meaded It to popular unction. l!t;pllr for America, and for man kind, Waahlntlon'ffeitd tot atoop to lake the proffered diadem, and no klmlt crown tkrowa lu baleful abadow upon the balo tbat encircle bl aeren brow. The acepterot royalty tbat be declined to wield no other man would dare to train. The writer coea on' to u; tbat while ojournlng la Oenera, Bwllaerland, la 1M1, he waa telected by (a American colony In tbat beautiful elty to deliver an oration on the Fuortb of Jul at a ban quet ilren la honor of the dir. It waa attended by all lha foreltn conauli, and amont them bjr the coniul leatral of Auitro-lluntary, U. Kintr, a nioal worthy and erudite gentl...

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. — 17 February 1905

us" ere the prnr,peaBSBaswaBv ml Ihlnl what In mv nplnlrtill Publlahad Evry Friday. T- THB TRIBUNE PfMNTlNO CO., H. C. ASHBADOII, Edits ll Mw'f. Subscription In Attvanet). Om Ceey, Oh Year $!. Hot . FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1906. The enrollment of student at thotUte untverslty In Columbia thua far thla year I 1,635. Count Casslnt, ot Russia, an nouncca that tbo war haa only begun. It that li true the Jap flag may be unfurled from the cxar'a palaco yet. The high prleo of egg la due to acarcily. The hen la loduatrlous, but thcro are timet when ihe feel It her solemn duty to register a protest against tho weather. The wild newspaper statement that Johann Hoch, now of Chicago, haa thirty wives Is a gross exag geration and does Mr. iloch a grave Injustice. Tha count thus far shown that iho good man has had only twenty-two wives, many of whom ho illd not murder. Tho Llndell hntul In St. Louis, ono of tho bot known hotels In nation, has been sold to a stock company, and on or beforo tho next l...

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. — 17 February 1905

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17 1006. Wellavtlla. J. L. Hum, of Forletell haa rested the Walnaad property her ad will mob Mora with bit family to Wellavllle to lira. Mr. Maion It a brother-la-law of W. E. Blat- toer ol thla ell. Oeo. Menefee' Boa race mara died I ait week. She u valued at 11,600 and bad a record ol II (or three-auarter data. She had won over 120,000'ln premiums during her time. WelUvllle li on olthe noil quiet and orderly cltlea of Ita alto In tho alata. The police Judge! report on laat Monday night ahowed but one arreat (or dl orderly conduct In the patt three month. T. II. Bunch and family aA4Aaaa4AAlAAAAAAAAAAi: i GUESS 1 WHAT THE ABOVE MEANS. Watch this space next week. Rhlnoland. Mr. Mary Patrick, north ol town, died Feb. 3, alter a linger- left log lllnrtM. Her remalna were Wednesday (or St. Lou It where J Interred In the Ht. Martin' cento- they will make their home with j tcry at Starkenburgi Mr. Dunch'a daughter, Mra. R. M, Hayt. Mrand Mrt. J. J. Goullee, ol New Florenc...

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. — 17 February 1905

- tum ortn wn, CMckeu and dumpllag r part of the men. LltU iva-year-old Alma, after bating ata. all her d umpUng. "atd: "Manna. I nil sola 'more tarn pilcn. I think Uy ar ft best part til the chicles." " ' " A llittt girl waa scndlag a weddtaf present to her auall. Aa b glanced at her mother's fat tb fueled akt taw a sorrowful look tbere. "Doo't rl bad, maanaa," aha tall. "You know I would bav given you a wedding present 1(1 had been born." A llltla clrl la a Quaker farall wu prllly careful to observe tk silent trace unual amooi Friend. Oaa morn ing the alder neat older said: "Jut look at Janet! Rbe la anlag twograeeel" Tee," replied Janet. 1 dld not know there wat fried chicken wkea I aald tk nrst." The baby of the family aa allowing a group of admiring relative how high he could Irfck, A k always uied kla right foot, one of tk auntie ailed bin: "Can't too kick with your other (0017 "'Court not," wae the aniwtrj "!' got to Hand on that on." The celebrated topraao wa la th middle of...

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. — 17 February 1905

urtnuTmiiTwoiimEOAsa tUtTElED Dt TEW TEEIB. The iuaee.j fee r Mr.Mirwrl u4 be Cetlala MetfMr la OmI IWeaaaa U TltUII f Tkelr Iim, tn lh wlnlerof iMt-4 Mr. Bchroeppel wa conftacd to hla bed kf vero,t (utk of rUeamallua, Hladoctot'i treat meut proved onaaocetnfal, bat he tub qucnlljr reRnlnol 111 beUh. tijt meant which b dcecribtt with groat rath. tUtm. 'After fir or tlx wotkt of bclpltat met and pain," mid be'Morto- wUck I vu receiving regular vlalt from Mm doctor, I felt aa bad m ver. Juat thca my mother, woman eighty year of age, paid in tlelt. Blie hud received Si-cat benefit from Dr. WUlbum Pink l'ilh, and alia km cnnfldoiil they wouLI help n. At her mllrltallon I gav np t)i doctor' treatmeut and took th pMlt In it plnce." 'And were jot cured M tho malt c4 taking her buItIm J" "Yet, (jalcklmd thoroagulr. Be. for the tecouJ box waa fluliliod I fell very nianlfeet Improvement, ud within Iwo w eekt I m able to leav tor tied and Uk np my neglected farm work. I con. turned to nt Ihs p...

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. — 17 February 1905

f .- i i . MONTGOMERY I Temple Building, Acroas the Street from the Poat-offlce. PRIDAY, PEDUUARY 17 IWK5. WADA311 TIME TABLE. Rn. M lii,u, . ... ilr3 fc. at R').l-lMl,li .... .JlMii, Pa. I-7:1 p. la ... ,.MJA p. ia x7-l.Hpm ......11 47 . ra Hi. lt.f(p, tu .. .... itap.m rro the nrnenerle o; No. i il p. in ,. ....... p. LMnr MofllfniiMfffi Arrif U Ct, IxhjU Mo. C-lt."J)U.M 140 ft. V0.44iS2 ft. n. ........I'M ft. n Jfct. H4-".tn mTi1 So. z.., p. m. ...... m. IfcL I!-tii m. ,..rntft.m Ho. U: m , . I.t F r II, ClkPAH.. Attt. TURNIPS FROM THE ARCTIC pskan Woman 0t Two Menatar 8pciin.ni front Coldf oot Orow Luxuriantly In Alaska. From fir-awir Cokfuot. well within the arctic ilrrl. cam io Bonit.r lur- nlp th tdker dir. and th fact that ea;titilea will out only grow wtll but laturlantlr within It. Alaaka ret Ion la alien a mol eiloaUhlna' demonitra tlon In th two Mflmni which Mra. A. J. TennaM. of Hpokan. Wb.. f eld Imm J, If, Jonneon. Mr. John wn iu formerly luperlntendenluf th. 1'ailnc ...

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. — 24 February 1905

n MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eight Pukch 10 Columns. VOL. XIII. NO. 20. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1003. IN AtilA.SCK. JLOCAL BRIEFS. Now Florence wants electric, llghls. The county camp M. V. A. will meet In Now Florence thl year. Oerd Thclsscn of Hhlncland last wcok sold hi livery stable In Mint pliicn to Win. Ilnhr. Mm. J. K. dodgers ol tliln city visited her brother John It, Hall anil family ot llcllflower lint wcok. The McKlttrlek Milling Co. will dispose of their possession nt McKlttrlek nt miction In Danvlllu to-morrow. A county school commissioner la to bo elected In April. John V. Vavla of Mlddletown I tho present Incumbent. TlbbctU, Mo., In to hnve a 812, 000 bnnk. Dr. Crockett and IHIIy Nelson ot Montgomery, ro the projector. D. C. I.chnen ha bought thn J. I). Horn fnrm of !(." acres, 4 mile northeast ot Wcllsvlllo, paying 17,600 for the snme. Tho llcllflower Telegram says tho people of that placo do not want tho star mall route rcestab llshd(lb)jyAA,lIoutgo...

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. — 24 February 1905

11 hi.,. ... io woro defeated, 'nomlnat.d by h. Damn. THE TRIBUNE. tlfcltobMl tit THIS TMIIt'SK t'HIMTIWO CO. MONTGOMERY? I NlSSOl'lU. Vctuftus nndcr a uantl of mow rai cm of (h rtirloiltl- to b wit Dtiiril al Naples. A Danlah engineer recently built a i ! after I ho llnt-a of Noth'a Ark, nkM iFiwn In the Vltbl-. II mado a craft, of SOU torn. It mad a (lint trip nir Copenhagen and proud a rood fru boat. Ilallrpad mm. while digging gravel jf'lllaclt Initio mountain, near 1,1 i, SUllyou county, C'al., recently tamo uKti an Immtnae burial mm of lop, bellevi-d In hate be-en there Irnto iicx Immemorial. nTh dual trndo of Ikv Yukon ter ritory for lln- calendar year 1901, al jhown by Hio cuatnma ritiirn. al the I-Tirta if lu.aon on, I White llora, ttnour.leil In xaluo to ll2.Sns.9l-lm-l,rl. rcpreacntlng 1 1. '",'.'.. anl ex lart. tin.1lt.lll. Of ihe export!. tl'V 3UMn teprotent gold dint, or,,! but lc. ifl morchandt. A mornIn.- hiarlng Iho happy till, "Mow To MnkH Money," hai gltui up th'u...

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. — 24 February 1905

OLD NAN HOCAN ., ., He Olsca HU Opinion en the Ablllt7 of Dettctlvu nd Doi Not Want to Oct Into Their Power. UV IIKNIIT M. IIYDK. (Author of "The Hueeanreis," ele) cot rlt hi, 11. by JM'i'h li. lii;n, "I gorry, I'd hate to haro thlm day toctlrra Rlt aflher me," alj old Man llogan, "Wancr) thlm rayllnlllsi blood houndi av th' law tthart un a la-ad'e thrall he might an will roiiflst he done II They'll rullx him all our th' Drat pages av lh' newspa-a-pers, chirr Mm back to hit hldln' place In th' want 'ad.' section, an' nlelr lit up until Iney Kit two-column porlhralti printed ar Ivrybody concerned, together with illagrim, mar-r-kcd wld star-r-i, lion In' (A) where the prlwnrr alud I ltayfuse to lie Quothed," lie Baya. "At th' Same Time Wt Know Who Done th' Deed. I Can llereal Nothln' Furtbtr." r.hln Daytcctlte lladrn lcppe.1 un hl lack, an' III) a photograph av'lh'aui plnder button plrkrd up within a mile nv lb' icene av lh' crime lie Dtytec tlto Sergeant Maitln. , "ThU mornlnV a)a lh...

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. — 24 February 1905

M0NT60MERY TRMUNL Published Every Friday. nv THE TRIOUNB PRINTINQ CO. Subscription In Advano. On Copy. On Vr . .. II. oo prions 90. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, IB05. Know nnd Ice hum been hard on rabbit! nnd quails In this part of Missouri thn pint month. Many thousand quails over the state have froien to tlrath, nnd whllo no rab bits aro reported (ruicn, they are very poor anil unsalable. Thcro nre reports of petitioning tno legls laturo to pass a law nbsolutoly prohibiting lha killing of qualle In tho state tor next llvo years. A story Ik told ot iiblg blow out that wa given In the slato of Kentucky iiimo lime ngo. In the parndo were a largo number ot bnnda nnd ns each one n( them passed a ocrtaln corner they were cheered or hlMcd ai the occatlon ilcmnnded. When n band from Knnsns pnaacd, the crowd began to yell "Cnrrle Nation." Then the band (topped nnd played "She waa llrcd In Old Kentucky." l)r. Wntnon of New London, who waa charged with hating poisoned hi wife, was on Friday declared...

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. — 24 February 1905

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21 1905. Mlddlatown Chip. O. W. Crutcher ha rented one of Mr. Stone' turn the Lafterty place and will cultivate the tame this season. Mr. Stone's other farm, knnwn as the Dare Moore place, has been rented to V. M. Slotlcr. Oeo. W. Foster was born at Par kersburg, W. Va., May 17, 1HIP, and died at thla placo Feb. II, ID03, at tho age of nearly eighty-six years. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. John Urid ines of this placo Feb. l.'Jth, a son, and to Newton Williams and wife Wat of town, on Feb. II, a daugh ter. Monday, tho 0th Inst., was the tenth anniversary of the marriage of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. 11. Jarboo of this place. Tho family relatives remembered the occasion and pro perly celebrated It. Mrs. ICmtna Kelly came up from St. Louis Sunday, and will visit for awhile among relatives und many old time friend. Iloautltul eyes and handsome faces are eloquent commendations, Ilrlght eyes are windows to a woman' heart. Ilollidrr's Itocky Mountain Tea makes bright ryes...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 24 February 1905

Th. Bad Boy and llli Dd Return from Txa Th. Boy Telia tha Orocerymaa About the Ex citement at San Antonio. BT HON, (li:oltOK W PKCK. Cepvtlthl, 1K4, by Joseph II. IK;s) Till: old rrocervmin aat on an up turned balf-butbel measure. In front of the stovo, drying hla old-fash-loned boon. A be fried I ho tolet In fnint of tbo red-hot ttovc, there was an odor of burnt leather, but he did not notice It. ai the otber odor, nat ural to the dirty old xrocery, termed to be In the majority, The door opened nletly, and the old man xnt up to wait on a potalbte customer, when the bad -aJXXLxa xxajxaXw i i UAU IU.AHH HOUUTIIINU IN Tilt noun a.nu iiusi; in 111:11.' b.y rushed In and dropiied on the Boor liter queerest animal llio old nun and 1U cat had i-vcr nen. The rat KOI up un t!io counter on a pllo of Iruwn rapluc paper, curie. I lit lack and prmr)ovved, and I lie strange animal Jumpvd Into a half barrel of diled .ippllr aud bi'isan In dig with all tier et, ai though li male a bed lo he iu "Ti...

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