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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 24 February 1905

43D GENERALASSEM1LY. Motra ut Ifco l.ailtl Proooedlat mt lb (a a lol f Ik Cum Mitnweallh, Jefferaon i'Uy. Kb. II. In tha m-n at Senator HrddlVy'a bill, which prut Idea (or rmr ;xpm-i( dt nullum inr m drum ahnp keeper, mitt prutMlng fur an lit irtimv In priialty, H imi without de In lndlrml,it Prntenr Mil Intro ducird In Ilia imup by Mr. lctilJhtt, u( I Jim, wu nfikml nratl. J,M ,m Mt'i M to , run ting pand. wlthuut ill irimlnntluh nt ii tn prtnji already ft-rillit Mnlfiir't well tin l Ihnde wlin linta nut In-4'M vt l"i milted (u iMam. itnn ihtr 'ii!iiulittry dut'rtiitn hill In IrrMjMtnl in th Ik.upo ly Mr. Johnston, uf rntia, r.iin up for t-nititMinifiii, Mr. Himmon, itl uhtluy. oft ci tl u ii mnml menl lu itriko nut Hi- word "trlminar mid lnri In It Rti'ud conittni," ai I tin I itt'tml uue timy b ht i til In Htijr tutt ImImk rjir.ltrnt JurindiitlMii, Th liinimlmviil hi iidt.ptrd hd th bill Mai unhrid nigrumd. Ily n vol or t t'i U Mr. Tult' untl tlll'lnic bill whs tmlrfttJ inuroaaid...

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. — 24 February 1905

IffT' , i, -rsr- -i..,., VWtfKW f'M ViwSS SSSSS MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Temple Building, AcroBS the Street from the PoBt-offlce. FRIDAY FKBRUAHY 21 1005. WABASH TIME TABLE, I . i I mm . 1 . i . 1 Ho. a-tnl A.m.. T1. .:o.'-fi.. Wo. I Tt m p. m . Ma, 7l:ll p m Ha !.! p. in . tin. IVTt) m . S-ft:0I p. in Atrlrrln Monli'tti.t-rr. 11 aim , i:m p. ra . . . ,t i p, in 13.17ft 1:ttp m III Ith MiDtomrry, Arrtvv In M, IxmU N,tll!i'.rn Ho. H-!.. in... Ho. 3 4 fflp. m. . in. .. .50. m is t:.v p. m 7lti.in S.np, in T. II ('Aim aha, A it ft. I, SUICIDE CURED BY PLUNGE Man Who Would End UU Wndtt In to 2llvr and Cold Wntcr Damp tn Intention. NntwIttinanrtlnG lit ofTorti. to pt far from thtl'lrt patrol lot liy ralmlman' Jn. Drkrj. who bt a record of mtny !r m.H frnm tt. .sTPlnlp(t, WlltUtii O Kdllnn lut lit. tit no wlicn t; fr lti tt" liter at Hi" foot if lla run ni npf l,St t,ou. thr Ml.fr morn Ice, no J iillid fur help. Mi win mi Aril to htrltjr hptta.. At Hurt!. .b Ut In tintyUut nrar Uif (wit ! ltii...

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. — 3 March 1905

.1 MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eight PftfjoH 10 ColumnH. VOL. xi n. NO. 21. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FUIDAY, MAKCII '.), 1005. IN ADVANCE. L0SAL ITEMS Miss Gertrude Kldcr has an at tack of (he grippe. Northern seed potatoes, all kinds. Martin's Orooery. I. C. Kent, county collector elect, ha appointed John H. Knight deputy collector. Kx-Judgu H. W. Johnson of Joncsburg, la said to have recently opened a law olllco In thin city. t or l'Ro 1'cncc call on J w. Lovelace at hi blacksmith shop Montgomery City, Mo. 'it Oarden need and need potatoes. Mahti.n'h Grocery. MlKa Ida Whltn come In from Colroado Sunday to attend the funeral of her mother, Mm. Arch While. All kind of need, Clover, Tim othy, Hedlop, Bluo Grass, Ilape, Cowpcaa, etc., at AUiKRMIsSK.N'H. Forest llfltt, ex-deputy shcrllT,' who haa a puiiltlon In tho accret service department on the, Wabaah, r .4 will more hta family to Moberly to w lire. I have Just received a fresh supply of Ounther'a celebrated chocolates. Try them. J. K. 1...

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 March 1905

THE TRIBUNE. i-stoutied nr TIIK Tltllll.-Sfc 1'RINTINQ CO. MONTGOMERY, MiSSOUlU. In l!H there wero mined .0,uOO tons of coal In Japan. Ten years ago ,!& Japanese real production did not treed 3,ono.noo tune. Rtxlcan mints lutn nut moro silver www7-han those of nny o'Vr conn try In t,he world. Lout year Mexico enippcit rcveral million silver dollars ta IJhJna. "A ciimmerrlal rstlmafn puta thii le-fll hoein ernp of Mlrhlgan at about '.(tO.Oon bushels, 1 tier rent, f which Is unsound and fit only for feed for llicslock. fVrty Ihiiuoa ml two hundred and ninety-nine rallle, valued at l,7M.5!t, an average value- per head of I9J.IU, were exported from the I'nltcd Stales In January, l'S. The Vienna Society for the Preten tion nf Cruelty In Animals Is selling itonkeya at remarkably low prices, to r plaeo the dogs generally used for drawing tradesmen's carta. One of I ho latent Indus! rlea de el oped In Vienna nnd In tlln Is the clean ing of playing cords. They ntn sub Jetted In urlotis p...

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 March 1905

A GIRL THAT FLIRTS SOCIALISM WILL NOT "CO." ELECTION OF SENATORS. . Changes and Possible Complications! Which May B Looked For. . . la March. t The terms of 30 wenatora eiplr coir rLAY3 OAME TWO MAT TAKE A HAND AT. A Discussion Showing How lb Avar age Oltl Regards th Faatlme of Accepting Regular Attention! from a Young Man Sn It No Intention it Marrying, Finding tin Arrival of "th Conquering Hero." UV KATi: VIVOS CI.AIIK. (Cst-sHslit, ItwS. ly Joth II. Uowlea) Mllllcrnl I, a J often remarked that the could not "bear" ) citinji Henry Ilitnn. When, therefore, that gcntlo nan waa licnnl to remark tint he a at Mis Mltlkrnl'a huuie almost every vfnlnr. Ilirrit waa nsliirnllv mtna aiir- ' irlie felt. When Mllllccnt n axkeel about the m liter, ibe colored a little, and aald'. "Vea. be li here a mod dell." "Hut )uu aald )ou did not Ilk Mm " "Oh I don't dislike lilni an vety much. And, )ou we. It the parlor Un't pretty well lllled with joung men every nlcht, i the Impression seta abroad Hint...

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. — 3 March 1905

(. ft- mi MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Hubltnhecl Kvry Friday. BY THB TRIBUNE PRINTINO CO. It. II. BAILEY, Editor. Subscription In AcWanc). Oh Copy, On Ytr ........ li.oo Phone 96. KIUDAY, MAHCH 3, 1905. The people of Montgomery City nto waltlne; "patiently waiting" notion of the City Council about A new water tower, any nnd all Im practllilo schemes nro Invited. Tl' commissioners of tho special road district are preparing for a vigorous campaign on bad roads tlila yeir, having purchased most of tlx motor power In form of tho nil 1 in' Missouri mule. Th city election Is but a short time unity. Will tho loyal citi zens, in -n and taxpayers whohavo tlin gi.'nl of the city at heart get uutn-'l lako enough Interest In the 1 1 rilon to put In two good iuhi 1; business men, men who ran r nits that you can not have somel la- .t lor nothing, or will they, ns In Mi" iut,lay down and allow thnoii' 'Ing to name their own men, .1 1 give us two years more olcl vglnlatlon In city taxes. Twit .in Niore of ...

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. — 3 March 1905

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY, MAROH 3, 1005. S 60UNTY NEWS 8 Rhlnoland Record, Mm. lly. Van Booven, northwest of town, went to St. Louis Monday to spend snvoral days with rela tives. Franz licylng wctt of town celc- brnti-d hit 80th birthday last Thursday. John Lohmnn shipped a car load of hogstoSt. Louis Tuesday night. Hi! shipped another car Wednes day night which ho purchased from Ily. Scholtcn and Frank Meyer. While engaged in sawing lumber at the Sugnrtown saw mill Thurs day morning, Frank lloltwlck got the saw nnd as a result had then'' second Anger on his right hand cut off attho mlddlo Joint, and also had two other fingers badly cut. Downs ntonco brought to town ami Dr's. Itauschelbnch and Hurt maun, of Amerlcm, who was called to assist Itauschelbnch, dressed tho Injured members , Mr. Farmers' Headquarters!! Northern Sued Potatoes, Timothy and Clover Seed. Seed Oats, Seed Corn, ftntvlnn flAti1 rtf oil b-lnrln t T.n.vjrn 0-rnfln TShn.. f g Poultry Foods', Oyster Shells. i GET O...

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

COULDN'T LIFT TEN POUNDS. DMaYa Kldsfy P.1U BreugM Stnstth tad HtUh to tlit SufcW. Maktog Hla fol Twenty-Flra Yiari Yoaogtr. J. II. Cortoo, farmrandliinv be r man, of Dep. I. N C, nayst MI auffcre-d for year with my nack, itwaaao bal that t could , not walk any 'dlatanco uor rl.lu In an ra-iy buffCy- I do not IrcllVrCJ I OMllll J. h. coiiTo. harts raUrd ton poundi of wrltflit from lh (round, tlio pain (tm no actcro. TliN va my cm illt Ion when t began utlnjf Doan'aKld tty I'ltla. They quickly trllcrt-d me and nmv I nm nerer troubled a f wa. My back U lron and I can walk or rldo m loriff dUtitnco and feel just ni fttmnt? at 1 did twcnty-Hro jobm ago, I think mi imicli of Imir Kidney TIIU that I liATpgWciiaiuipply of the remrdy town no of my tirllilMirs, and thy hate mImi found jji..! rtult). tf yon can rdft nnythinj front thliramb llntf nolo lliftt will In of any mttIco to yon, or to any m ti(Yrlnif from kid Dry trnuhlt-yoii tin nt liberty to do an. A TIU A I, ntl.K-Addreis Kmtt-r Ml...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 3 March 1905

gptcUl Xzcurtlom to lonthwtit, Feb, Tand fll, March 7 and 81, 1900, Tla Xanaaa City Southern Railway, To IVrt Arthur, Ileaumont, Ter.t lUtcf I liar It a, Halve ion, loutnn, Han Antonio, 'lex., and all i' tint iiolnl on K. C. H. 11), Icr iKkdi wtth 21 in)n limti ami pnv tUgv nf toppin tdf en route on both gv in and return trip. For literature llrttrribinjf ''The l,ai.d t( Fulfillment" the country elon the K. C h Ity or for further information ie i'unlnitl thee euumona, write to H. (I, Waintr, (J. I. & T. A., K. C. j. Ity, Kaiaaa City, Mo. Unfortunate. Mim Cayenne l tery unfortunate." "Mip tin a ifiiMiLable gift of repartee, "V. When lie in In It a-ntvrrly roinphnietitat) M.pl tale It for ataMed that he ia llti MlitcUc." Washington Ur Political for inn tcwli the I iff of the, .'it ! inlinuMy. 'il.ua, under a tnen nthjr cr a (hri-mry or an oligarchy, a Mti with 1ttr h-iir p)1 (r a port, -)irii-a under tt republic lie i thought ,n ! p)lltf 4l ttctllwQ bet, ttcllly, Tmk. 1'lt.loMitli...

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. — 3 March 1905

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. OKDER LONG CRUISE. FRIDAY, MAItOH 3, 1905. WABASH TIME TABLE. LrpPU!-uN. Arrltelo UnntRomrry. No. S-D.Ot a. id ., ..... lltXI , lit Mo.t-t.ttti. tn , 4iW t,m Al-::.iip.tn B.wp. m -7-lfllJpm It:l7.m Ka lit-Mle. i 4i77i. m IJ-7(W.m . . UHim, in tin. fr to. tv m jijii .. m uH Hound. Lrn Mtrtitvomrry, ArrW In Hi. Iul. Na,Sll:aii.li 1:30ft. M a4.-J.ttn. m (IM. m Krt. II"UW, m... Till a. m Kt,3l Mil in i 61) p. m K. IJl:r 11 iu. . ?itli.ni .Sil:l7n. m 3,'p. m 1W Ift-7.iHi. hi . IlilOA,ia C. II. Cahkaiuh. Afctnt. SPECIAL CLUBllNG OFFER. Tim twlco-n-weuk Kipulitlc nt Bt. I.oula, Iho heat nornl-wcckly ncwapnpcr In the country, nnil Farm l'roifrnioi, Amcrlcri'a IcwIltiK nitriculturnl nml homo monthly, will lio aunt ti Any mlilrcaa or to r-eparatii nlilroeea. when no re quested for Ono Dollar u ye-ir. The twli-e-n-wi-ek Itrpubllu for nearly n century hn earned und malntnlni'il Ihn i-ontldcnco of hnlf n million render. It cover the new. of the world thoroughly nml nccurntcly...

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. — 10 March 1905

Ml H 1 i MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eight Page 40 ColumnH. VOL. XIII. NO. 22. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOlHaJ, FRIDAY, "MARCH 10, 1005. fl.00 A TIAR IH AUfAKCB. B L0eAL ITEMS Mn. Harris Maupln has tho grippe. Mlis Rose Appling went to Mln eola Saturday. Look out for Mrs. Deaslcy's millinery opening. Mrs. J. C. Whiteside has been Tory sick tho past week. My lino of cakes aro always fresh J. K. IlAIILKY. Mrs. Llllle Marquis of St. Louts peut Sunday in this city. Miss Kate Hunter spent Satur day and Sunday In St. Louis. For your magazine, pnpera and periodicals go to tha City Drug 8 tore. Mrs. T."il. "BritTTUlted friends In tlclinower Friday and Saturday of last week. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. D. Y. Mooro of St. Louis, Monday Feb. 27th, a floe hoy. John Vogt, Jr., has had a tusscl with tho grlppo this week but Is able to be about now. Pure country sorghum, mado by Conley Uros., f0o per gallon. Marti n'k Gkockrv. C. M. Johnson of Oamma was In this city Tuesday on business, and mado this office a pleasa...

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 March 1905

Ite'r !sntsjf"'" iaia. . n THE TRIBUNE. (hilt. ttt tiik TRint'XK rniNTiarj Co. TslONTOOMI'HY. MISSOURI. A Jmim officer. Lieut, I. Tutom. JbAl.bcciLlccclvcil Into (he Jewish con- erfsitdon at Bhanienttl. The movement In England for re W(irlng (to uso of knra breeches la tniMnir insldornblo progress. jsbv., m ti r. - Mln Ociaiany ciuployere ot labor are compelled to grant ono hour's rest la the mlddlo of thojlay. "''nTer. rn II iNiil hotel In Ihn Itnll, Iiled Slitce, representing nn Invested .rtapltal of over IC,e',000,iioo.. Those , .establishment employ 3,SU".000 per- eon. The so en I led canala of Mara havs) Jii"-n reproduced by M. A, llautnnnn, ((if Zurich, tho crark nnd fissures ap pearing In cylinders nml spheres sub jected to great pressure. Mis Uosa Wobsied. now on cihibt Hon In Cologne, ('o-rmany, clatma the dlitlrctlon of bring the tallest woman 'In the world. Sho la over seven feet . In height. Mho la 21 year of nger and well educated. The parasite enemy of tho codling I rn...

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. — 10 March 1905

THEY ARE COMING OVER. Many Desertions from ths Democratic hanks to the Koossvtlt Rtnndard. The swing at largo element ul tho democracy orcr to the republican side Is so emphatic and to numerically pow. crfut that sonie of tho persons parllrl. paling in It Imagine that It Is tho re publican party which In moving lu their direction. Senator earmark, of Tennessee, une uf tho radical faction of the democracy, says that "I'rcxMenl jloosevclt haa bocoino tho foremost dlselplo and ablest lieutenant of WIN Ham J, llryan," This ciprcstlon earn out lu a meeting of tho coimnlttif on lnlerstalo commerce. Tho Tennessee democrat remarked that "s:icli Jojous harmony provalla In tho commutes that all partjr linen aro obliterated." lie added that "all tho mcmbein of the committee, down to myself, are stirred by a keen desire to execute, at tho ear liest (wsslblo moment Ihu protulso mado I.)' President Itooecvelt to tho imiple of the United fitatea to carry out the pledges In the (emoeratlc plat form...

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 March 1905

J.- S .(- Ml til ! I y, I mimlnfflSnenleTwtmi. In my opln v Ion were tho prnsneets nf his elect M0NT60MERY TMBUNL HuliltHhud Every Friday DV THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO. It. It. DAILKY, Kdltor. Hub.orlptlon In Advano. On Copy. On Var .,. It.oo Prion, oo. FRIDAY, MARCH V)IWT. Ooo. Rlildle, rond orerseer of Iho special road district, made notno dratr. and went oyer the roads urailed last year and noth ln(ljuttho highest pralte can bo bestowed on tho "latent" In this county tor road working, a after one application of abore mention ctl droit n road l lit for an auto. mobile, blcyclo or any old thing In Just about two more years of tlio present system of road work InK bad roadn will bs only an "irredescent ilrram." Another meeting of tho city council has romo nnd none, and nothln); wan done other than talk about tho water tower, stand-pipe, or Jiist let 'cr go nt she looks, IU cheaper. Hut wo Imaglno that a mnjurlty of our people would llko to rep the matter nettled, ns one of the esteemed ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 10 March 1905

COUNTY NEWS Tho Thihunic Wuntat CorroMpoiitlonts In all I'tirtn of MnntKumury County. Whetatona) Hllla. Tho weather ha been fair and the graaa li beginning to grow at thin writing. Mm. Little Keclo haa been sick lor the paat two week). Hob Caruthera and aona ol Mont gomery vlalted at W. C. Woolnon crott'a Sunday. Tlicro waa preaching at New I'rorldenco church Hunday. Miss Mabel Wootaoncrolt hna rrturncd from a vlalt to her grand mother In Illinois. Durnn Hall waa in Montgomery City on bualneaa Friday. Manse Wccka bought aotno calves laat wok. I'cter Hco of Now Florence bought two mulea of II. Willi for J7U last Tuesday. John T. Hallor la atlll conllned to hla bed with rhouinatiam. Homer Keclo wai In Danville Hun ilny. John Cruwa and family who have been keeping houao for Mauto Wreka havo moreil to Hen ICIItott'a placo. Jamea Olbaon will now keep houao for Mr. Wccka. Wnrren Hallor cnuglit aomo nlco llsh the llrat of tho wcok. This la the llrat wo hare heard of being caught tlila acaa...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 10 March 1905

PRESIDENT BEGINS HIS SECOND TERM ' 1 ,ey. I noralriaTioncTOriTwnat, In triy oiiln. BOOSEVELT TAKES OATH BE-J-ORE IMMENSE AUDIENCE. SOLEMNITY MARKS EVENT. Multitude Awed Cbltf fitcutlr. Btpeatt Binding Words Twtaty Out Quo Ilooni Salute Fair banki It Inducted. Washington, V. C March 4. "I do aolerunlr ariear I tut I will fallliiuHy e&ecute tbo offlct uf president of llio United states, and. to I ho l-eet uf lay ability, protect, iiroserre and defend tho constitution of tut United States." With time word Theodore ltuuseielt. (iicildrnt of Hit United Stales fur the Iast threo )cars, ns Saturday In augurated fur another term tu tho high est ciltlco ohlch It Uthe privilege of an American clllren to attain. Chief Juitlco fuller, lth all thg solemnity of thi three other occasions of lll.o tharactcr In whlih ho hat fle ured during hit career, administered (ho oath to the irtldent. ThU the fourth and lot Instance In ohlrh tho chief Justice U li he Iho second figure of lniittnti.c. Hardly...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 10 March 1905

D E R A M GDN ER V ES DIBTEE88H0 TROUBLES LETT EX BT. YITUB AMD QSIP. Br. man AMIete4 foe (m kr ttra.c Jlpelle ef KmibwM ao. VMkim )ter I'aifett Health. When aha ni fourteen year old, Mr, Ma I Brown hod Bt. Vltiu' douce. Blio Bnally got over tho ruoet noticeable features of tlio strauga ailment, but wn (III IruuUwl by teryttncornfurlaulo sen sations, which ho receullr described m follow I " Ouo liaml, bait of tnjr face, (nil halt of mr tougno vroubl get old nnd nainb. Tlicno feelings would romo on, bat for nbniit ten rulnntea, mid then go nwef, sort ml times a tlnjr. Upsides I Would bn.ro palpitation of tho heart, mid uir strength wonld get so hvr Hint I could bardie brcnllic. At tlmo went on tbcM H 1U kept coming oftenrr mid growing worse. The nu rainless would some! Imcs citrnd orcr linlf my body." "How did yon get rid of tueml" "It seemed for n long tlmo n If I ucrcr could Ki t rid of them. It wan not until oUjuUIi jrorsngothnt I found n remedy Hint bad vlrtuo enough In It to roa...

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 March 1905

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE r t ! iff U f 'I PKIDAY, MAHOH 10, 1005. WABASH TIME TABLE. Writ llmind. tmhtm Hi. fmU. Arrive In itfititfitti.trf, Ho. J -ft l r. lit . ... ... 11:3 ft. M H,'t:9p.tn... .4lop.m Mo. I?!D t ni . h t.X(l. m a 7-10,10 m If IT a. hi Kii lMnJ.m I:S m Kk llTirtft, m . I:J, m Ma eV--4.l p. hi . . ;ll . m Lafttft Mmltfnnrrjr. Arrive In M. lnaU fl.e-.lt:p. tn I.SO. m Ha, 4-J lit . m ,'Nin.fn Ha. !-:. m Till fht. 8-4.m p, in p. ra !? t ! ni, fill p. in hn.i..t:i7ii, in 2'(ip.m Nn. Jri . m 11-104. m SPECIAL CLUBBING OFFER. Tint twlcc-ii-wci-lc ltopuljllo ul 81. Louis, lliu best acini-weekly ni'iiiiti'r In the country, nml fnrm I'mitro. America!, lcmllni; Mtrltiillurnl nml Homo monuily will ! cnt tn nny iJilri' or lo einrul mlilroMcs. when au rc-mui-IciI for One Dollar n ycir. The lwlcc-n-ccl( llciiuljllo for nearly 11 century linn rnrncil mill tuainliiincil tin- tmillilcnro of li.il a million rt-iulcr. It rover tlm newa ul tlio world tliotou;hly nml arairntrly. nml lnica anc...

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 March 1905

MONTGOMERY , TRIBCWE. Eiffht rajfCH 40 ColrimiiH. VOL. XIII. NO. 23. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MARCH 1" fl.00 mxxxxtxxxxx znnnnn S L06AL ITGMS J Exxxxmxxxrx xxrxjrrxx A. Haa iipent Sunday In St. Loula. Mrs. Ham hail her house shingled till week. Ilcrt Sco ot Now Florence was hero on business Friday. Crown Laundry, none better, agency at City Drug Store. It. J. Wilson had unite n ioTcre attack of the grippn Inst week. Services at tho Episcopal church Sunday afternoon at 1:00 o'clock. Itccorder 12111a of Danville at tended tho allow hero Monday night C. E. Johnson la Improving hU property by having a new fence built. A. C. Hudson Is preparing to paint tho front ot the City Drug Store. Mr. Earl Fuller and little aon, Leo, have been quite tick, but aro Improving. Mr. and Mra. John Coffmann of near New Florenco were In this city Tuesday. Mlta Little Smith of llellflower ia vlsllang her grandparent!, Mr. and Mm. 8. C. Cope. Dr. Kallmeyer of New Florence attended the ihow at the o...

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 March 1905

THE TRIBUNE. ratmsea Br Tllf. THItllMK I'HIJITI.ia CO. MONTOOIIUUV. Missoim Vjvti elttrfns of the United State have bKnme naturalised I'rlllsh sub jects since the enactment of the -Transvaal natuialliation ordinance, la lKcnibrMMil. JO'.- ' i esaVcsl not really lo, and the reason that they seem m Is because th r never move their eyes. Tlila they tc,an tiM do, a their eyeball are flxed immovably in me eeieseia. 7b hlgh'il tide In the world la In Uio flar of Fundy. The fids there .aurai-tlmc-a raises to tho hlght of "I ikit. and the tncrraso la occasional!' a mueh aa font every firs ml nulla. i llraillian anta make llttl gardens In the trei top and aoar thtra with fjlncapple and other aecds. The gar- et na are found of all ilica. from a aln- ! sprouting scs-d, surrounded bjr a Mule earth, to a densely overgrown lll aa lame aa n man a nead. The London t'brunlclo lays that the flir Arthur Sullivan wanted to direct Hlr Alciandcr Mackcntle to a houte of which he had forgotten tho num ber,...

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