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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 21 April 1905

Th Bad Boy Writes from th Waldorf Dinner Trl to Xlcaeu at -Countess" In Distress. Ill' HON, (IKCtUlK W I'KCK, (Es-eiovemer of Wisconsin, formrrir pub llslcr cf Peck's Run, nulhor nf "ivik'i lu 1 itor." io Cop)rlM, by Joseph II. Howies.) Waldorf-Astoria, New York. l)cr I'ncle i:s Wo re llll t tlili lav tin, but we don't do anything but sleep her'. and alny around In tbe lobby even ings tu let people look t 111, and dad vicar thxl uld swallow-tall roat he tad before th war, but he ha got a new illk hat, sine we got hetci one nf tbeu shiny ones that la 10 slick It mskes hit clothes look olTul num. vte auoui went l.ruko on the first nipper we had, or dinner they call It here. You toe, dad thought tlila win about a lbree-dollar-a dat house, and that I lie mrala were In eluded, like Ihey do at Oshkosh, and so when wo wrnt down to dinner dad tald we wouldn't do a thlnK 10 old Atlnr lie let in order the dinner, but lol l me "DINNCU Cjl:t U. Kill, aUlU Till; VV.tlTi.lt to order cvirjlhlcg on...

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. — 21 April 1905

3 f-.'Wi .If. MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. PuIjIImIioiI Evory Friday. nv Till! TKIHUNI2 PRINTINO CO. It. II. HAILi;', Editor. Subscription In Advancs.- Ono Copy, On Year .. . . i.oo I'nons oA. " HltlDAY, Ai'llU. 21,1905. Just Think It Ovsr. -We found this little gem In ono ot our exchanges the other day and It is to full of truth that we deem It worthy of n place In erery news paper In tho land and wo Invite the attention of our renders to It. "Did you ever hear of a man trying to lift an unfurtunato wom an when the fall" from tho pcdcstM of honcaty and virtue? Nary a lift. Too much Adamlo blood (till creeping IhrouRhour veins. When once a woman trip ami fulls from her hlRh honored poiltlon, sho ninls In hell from which no human will slop to lift her out; husband, brother, father nnd son nro dent to her cries from that hour. Hut on Wo The lira of Monday should be a lesson to tho people of Montg cry m torn municipal Improve ment lire concerned. Wo doubt If tt'fi mr.st violent opponent of n Ht...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 21 April 1905

COUNTY NEWS Tho Thiiiijnk WimtM CorroM.onloiilM In rill 1 Virtu cif Mcmtuomury County. We would like tor our cor' respondents to net their Items to this paper, II possible, by Tuesday, Mtnagement, Huso. Dry, cool weather continues. Farmer nro well up with their tprliig work. Fred Uuchart left (or St. Louis n few days ngo. Henry l.lotibcrgcr recently planted 'JW strowberry plants ami Jumping Jck planted Mo. A good many fruit trees, were planted In this locnllly thin spring. The dry weather I) hard on them but there It still hopo for rain In lime to snvo tlium. Two women of thin locality wcru "mi Ilia war path" last week but we li.tt n not henrd of their bury lug any dvnd or breaking nny bank as yet. l.it Thursday iil(ht a piny p.irtj was held nt tho resilience of C. M. Coon. Jumping Jack and I'lle l.lotibcrgcr worn thuro nnd amused tho erowd with aomn of their high-step dancing. After the dance the girls had a good Jokn on w(0 Sunday jumping jacK. An eiitertalnmcnt wns held Inst Satu...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 21 April 1905

WfttrabU CftftAltltef, Of Mr a ad 111104, always rmlt froii torpid lWer, which leada to bile poieon being ahaorbed into th blood, and polaoa Inc alt tM Bene and tfMUM. This dread ful title. Mini of tba armjitoma of which arc hradaeae, bitter taate, nauaca, lack of appetite, fellow completion, constipation, etc.. ran be quick 1 cured br taking lr, CaMtrrll'a (Uiatlie) Syrup rT.in7 It rehere th alraln on )nur liter, relaiea the tifnltnrd bonela, txirifie the blood, atrmcihena the atomarn, and tnaVea It ai jlan aa a whiMl. The reaull la perfect health, and freedom from ptln and dia comfort. Try it, Hold bv all drupeM at SOc and I IO. Mney baik If It fatla, Jupiter, with hit an moona, if the. f)Unet la inhabited, tnuat be. a letal plate for loren. ll'Mton Olobe. TIie AJirondvU and How to Reach Tleni" ia a ni- roller wllli map and lefertncra to M.ahti, boteli, hnanhni Iioui, mountain and rivera in the treat wildernr i( Northern New York knows ai tl.a Adirondack Mountain. It yog vuit ihia...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 21 April 1905

'MY WIFE'S PEOPLE COMING" 'We Kara Bad plandld Winter" la WUn Canada, Cniil'i Inrush this year li wonder (ulljr great and considerably ahead of soy reloua year. It U always Inter ibIIiik tu those who contemplate noting to readcxprcBslon of opinion from those llrlcc la the country. It la therefore our jlcssure to reproduce the following rlllen to an Agent o( the Uorernment and forwarded to the Immigration Hunch ot the Department of the lot ttrlor at Ottawa; llltcli Hills, Sak, Can., Feb. 1, MS. Dior Sir: 1 take pleasure In dropping j nu a few lines to let you know huw we are gelling along up here and huw we like tliO place. We hato keen here dote i n to a year now and think the plaio Is I. up. Wo hate teen out ticry day this v Inter working In the bush selling out Iocs for buildings, etc., gettltiK rails for fmilng. We hate not Buffered with the cold as much as we did In Chicago. My Utile boys are out cury day with Uielr sleighs hating a euchI tluit. The low st the temperature has be...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 21 April 1905

1 MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE, Wall Paper ; Border Same Price KltlDAV, AP1UL 21, lOOTi. Sidewall :: :: I ( ! ! fi what In WABASH TIME TABLE. Wit limjnil. l.TnM. LouK Arrtrcln Mmititoiitery. 11:3 a, m 4:10 p.fu .... JO p. hi ... 11.47 . m 10tU . .c:M p. m Nn 3 9PU,lrt....... Ma -1i20 p, m, . i, Ho. l-?:p. ru Ho. 7-10:1 p in KA ID-l.nJtN in a 11-tiiiift.tii . .... . Ntt fr-ltCI p. tn F.t llnantl, lrr Mrntrint-rjr. Arrtffin 11, luU Nu,tllr.Mp.m ,...... m Hit. tn ...... . ., n-ftnu.ra ..Lit p. m Till p. hi S.f" p. m HiiU a. hi O. H.tftnAMAif, Ajrrut. Ma ll-ian m, r F-v x-4n p. m Nil. It--1 .'p. t H.I Ml 1.17 s. Ma lo-1 :!).. pi, Ilutlctln for farmer. Thn Mlwdoitrl Agricultural collrftfi (Columbia, Mo.) hnn rec ently publlflhcil two bulletin. of ronl(Icrnblo linportnnro tn fnrm rrs. One of them entitled, "8uj( grMtom for Mitmourl Corn Grow crtM contain much TnluftbU in formation concerning the planting and (iiltlvntloti of our prlncipnl crop, Th? other, Tho runner Crcimrryin MUaourlt When nnd how...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 April 1905

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eight Pages 40 ColumiiH. VOL. XIII. NO. 29. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, EKIDAY, APKIL, '28, 1905. 3 LOeAL ITEMS S mxaxxx mznznxt E. II. Moore and wife were In Mobcrly Sunday. Otle McClurr ot I'rloc'a Branch was In thla city 8nnday. llor. Elmer Brown U a visitor In Montgomery this week. Mitt Alta Roger rltltod In St. Louis Saturday and Sunday. T. L. Cardwell, our County Sur veyor waa In town Tuesday. Gib. Drydenof High Hill wan In this city Monday on builnen. Mri. Virgil BoiUo of Buell was whopping In thlt city Thunday. Howard Rodger ot St. Louis apentSunday here with friends, (f) Ejnnst James of High Ilfll wai the gueat of frlenda here Sunday. Geo. Hewitt of St. Louta vlelted hit mother, Mr. Ella Hewitt here Sunday. Monta Muna left Wedneaday for BL Loula for a few day'a visit with frlenda. Mra. Albert Voft, Jr., la quit III, auBerlog from an attack of narroua proitratlon. Mlsa Alma Jackaon ot St. Louie vlelted Jim Cnahman and family here Sunday. A real live automo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 April 1905

THE TRIBUNE. rtbtntf fir TIIK THIIU XK miNTIMa CO. tONT00MKHV. I MISSOURI. Jl. . Lecturing at llerlln. Prof. Von llso-Mnfinii-iomffil the idea that cancer I on tho Im Nate, .-fW iinei-ei- of ilullati'l tin tcltrn 6"',0'Ui franc for the erection of a tWplttl fin! crfpplcd children, AT,c w'cTghTnT no let thtin 22 tons htt 1n.i. lattallcd In the Church of "ojir event. In Paris. Thlt bell It rung by clc-rtrlclty. -l"Wllhoiit loalng a rlnicte animal, mf-n xhcfilirrila recently drove flock ,of.kIIPO) hccp from Mnmuga, In Oueeniland, lo Nabrl, In New Sou lb ' Wales, a dlatanre of 900 mile). I According lu document foun'l In l.Jbe archive of (lenoa. the diacotcry pf Ahicrlra by Ceilumbin coat a little over T,0. The fleet of Co'iimbm wa world about Htal. Ilia aalary . na 1200 a yi-ar I'alcrphl. UurlnB lila recent ea ' Mil In Han Pranctaco. sold hla slgni 'nrc al tt cacti, with n bar or two of -ruuilc at 12. Inward hla share of thl a Xund for lhf enctlnn of n rnanumenl j.tttlChopIn In Poland....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 April 1905

jivd Bajy Writes to lilt Chum from Ion ion Tlx Wliltt Chapel District and tht Crat for Oln Olvtt HI pad Scan In tin Tower. Uv iion. (ikoimib w. viwk (l2s-l-f'irinnr ft Wlscoreln, forrr.eil) pub l.fcier ol "1'ctk's Mun," author of , "Peek's Had tur," etc.) Cot lltt. Iw. by Joecph I). Howies) jLoijdon, Kngland. My Dear Cliuoii ifrciclvi'd your letlcr otcrday, and It ma Jo mo homesick. Om, but If I uiild tin homo there with you aod go dwn tu I tic awlminlng hole and Ret In all over, and play las In me aand, and II; Mime boy'a pint and ahlrt In knuli, o'nd pit that the police are coming, and all grab uur tlcllic" tinder our aims and run acroi luta with no clothe un, ar.d gel In a barn and put on our clolbc, and drjr our hair lr pounding It Kith a atkti. to would HAD UUT IMiJlffiAtjTv ti'f Ret licked when we not-twents, life wiVild lie worth living, but hrrtfall I tili In dodge iH-ople on he strc-ls'an.l them look cms when they ttcp oirme Fay, boy, jou will never know your lurk In Ix-ini...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 April 1905

in IIOWT60MER Y TIMMINL "tt"MMB Publlwhed Kvorx. Friday. nr. THE TRIBUNE PRINTtNO CO. R. It. DAI LEY, Editor. Bubtorlptlon In Advanetv Out Copy, On Vnr fl.M Prion 9. FRIDAY, APRtl 28, 1905. ii i . At least three-fourth o( the corn la thn county ! planted' and the nno rain of Monday night did Im measurable good. Thu pruiluctlon of coal In Ml aourl in 1001 wat 140,833 torn lets than In tOX) and old for $18,800 moro than In I9U.'I. Tlio clly council ot Mexico ha pas-rd an ordinance limiting automobiles to a speed of 3 mllei an hour In the city limit. Montgomery City and the county generally In undergoing a building boom. At tho present rate In ten year It will be tho llneat Improred county In the stuto. Tho II nance board of the Street Fair AMOclatlon met Monday night and made tho schedule ot expeme tor the nxt street fair. Pay up and lets hare a gool one. A Milwaukee bank president de faulted lo the extent of $1,500,000. In Montgomery that would buy about 30,000,000 beers, In Mllwau k...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 April 1905

COUNTY NEWS Tins Thibunk Wont Correspondents In all Hart of Montgomery County. We would tor our cor rtipondtnlM foftr rAar Htmt to this ppr, IfpoulU. y Tunday. Mtatttntnt. Bual Itama. A ntco shower fell hen Monday nlglit. ' A crowd from Duel attended the show tit Mlddletown Tuesday night. Mrs. Blbcrt Huffman li on the Ick Hat IhU week. MIm Mamie Wood wen In Well vlllo Monday. ltcv.Hmlthol Warrenton preached at Huul Sunday. Mr. M. Cahall and Mr. Wesley Sanders vrero hauling corn from Wclli-Tlllo last week. Llttlo Oraco Huffman la better. Mr. nnd Mra. Debomeycr ol Trustun visited Simon Wehrman and wile Sunday. Mm. Frank Wljgs returned to her homo In WelleTlllo Tueiday. Mm. John Young la rery poorly at thlit writing. V. I.. Sanders and wife and Qui. lttniT nnd wife Tlilted Frank VIkk nnd wile at WelUrllle Sun day. Mies CVrlna Stewart of Bellflow er Is rtiiilo)rd to teach the winter term of school at Croei Road. W. P. Holt and wife Tlilted at James Maupln' Sunday. Jon Moore and wife, Bo...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 April 1905

o worn defeated, nominated by the Demo. ' fne the nneltieH a. -t. la IE TEACHER'S FOE 1 LITE ALWAYS THREATEKED BT NERVOUS PR08TRATIOH. Om lThn tlrnfee Down frese All Yesrsef t)terwnrkTe1ls llnwahe Keeaped Misery f l.Bfu.rred Idleness, ' "I had been teaching In the city schools steadily for tig yearaV'mlil Mis James, whoso recent rclarn to Ilia work trooi which the waa driven by tiervou. collapse has attracted attention. "They were greatly overcrowded, especially In the prltuary (Icpattmcntof which I had clutrge, ami I had been doing lbs work of two teachers. Tho ttmln m too much for my nerve and twiyycan ago therrl.lt enme. " I tin prostrated mentally nnl phy sically, sent In my rrtlguatlouaud utter txpoclcd to bo able to resume work. It teemed loina then that I wait the most tulsernblo Woman on crt!i. I Ma tor lured by uervuut headaches, worn out by inability to sleep, and hail so Utile Mood that I woe as whlto M chalk. "After my neUro life. It wus hard to bear idleness, will terri...

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. — 28 April 1905

gonfMrd's iTolatlon. jTh fvolullon of Ibecanarrof to-dajr (uni ll incMlor or ahould It l an. ttirn? of torn centuries sgo la u .niiilerful u ttie brlnflnKof ourprtwnt mien of the garden from Ita humble irtvrcllor, lh wild rote of bur hedge ,. There aurel could hardly U nitat more MrlklnK. wrltr la l,ci' Htrde, than that 'lwll the modern irtlrd cenarx, IUiHe wonderful head iailirr or the giant Lanraahlr and Hit lernlih-yellow Htlla maturea bs R itttrrd and aang lit the orange grurea Ibe iimnr l.landa nlienea thejr Uki Itlrnan. ' Nailing Two Ll'ea at One. ih nlltt ir ha Iwcn arrueed uf bee In i.iiir In lila cellar. Thla l a lua fit loun and iiiueal.eblc falaehood. The Luor l kei't In the tantrr, between the ttnliiK riwm and Ihc kllrhen. Why not lf) the truth? It li alio alleged that Rr editor of Ihc Gazelle haa Hie gout, Lu-ed bjr high llrltig. Yesterday for inrr he had honir-idcknl sumduck n'stnrd, dandlllon, honeradUh and Beef top greena, tolled baron and ola, i mm hrtad andonloni. ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 April 1905

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE Wall Paper; ; Border Same Price rtUDAY, APRIL 28, IS06. Sidewall I 1 CHEAPEST IN PRICE AND BEST IN QUALITY SAVE MONEY BY BUYING At The City Drug Store, E. B. MOORE, Proprietor, - - Montgomery City, Mo. WABASH TIME TABLE. Wwt floaaaa. UuiKlnll. Arrive In MnloiDery. Ho. I-l II a. m inn.m do. -!. m I:r. . -T p. m .t.u r. aa A.T-li:Upm It.l7k.ia MW:lp. u :Op. M Hu.U-TlWik.nl , loilla, tn Hu --lil p. m . J p. u bat Bound. MiinMnawrr. Arrive In l.lula o,sllem I Ma. la PA. e..3tw ft. la ... ... .. I'HlR B.ll-4Ml.m tlU.. ne ft. l-l (nn.ui - !p. M ffa. I14-t3 mh . ......... ,.Ttltp.m pn. sn ItilTn, m ....... 3.eeu.aa KalA-riMn.ni, ., ., ..llil4. C II. CftHAMAII. Affl. nruce Ferguson, who horns li t Montgomery, but who hae em ployroent In St. Louis, while colon home last Saturday night on the "Cora" got oft hers to mail a letter and got left. He registered at the Central hotel and there met two Wright City gltli and In the courno of the conrereatlon, was bantered by tho gir...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 5 May 1905

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. SIX GOLD WATCHES nun inn nr. GIVEN AWAY! UUniiVDVE o o- r I Kt'.Ul IMC v-i iiuiiiuna i of our Popular Lnclfes I f Contest. -:- -:-S Is the Bed AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM OP MERIT i County, at Pi ; Cannot be Di vol.xiii.no. :io. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MAY, 5, 100',. ?1'.00 inWjlta, COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES. l;lr,Mri.8.m Sharp. A essay by Una Cnrnahan, "The The sixteenth annual Com- BtniRglea or Liberty," showed Us menccmcnt o( thn Montgomery ! mnrk orlKlnnllty. A song "The High School was held ntlhoOpern 1 ' ,ho World," ly Lctn Ilnr House Iat Friday evening. The f'' was very acceptable and was placowaspaclicdwlththndototeci B"B u U,U'' t,",t I'lvaelny if education was the night be- '"'" hho rc.cln d much op. (ore. The stngo was tastefully Hi, whl,'h ni! Wl" "'' decorated Ith polled plants ot nil 1 Tho f 'uto ot the entertain, varletn s, festooned by old glory, 1 ,"c,1'1 ft'' o.h. Her mndliilt ut In bold relief In tho . '""'"Kuo "A Telephone Humane,-," distanc...

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. — 5 May 1905

THE TRIBUNE. Tin; niiiiiMi riiiNtiNQ co. imsTCQMnuv. " i Misaoum. Aln.oal erc-y hnuao In Slam poo rcaaea a loon1, mtnlnis out usiclent llolh for It mn needs. iho llrli'ah war nirtco linn declined iltiiw i lie Irish (luards' band ti . lie eltlcs of (ha United State. 1 1 tl l'all, who died it Tclgnmnulh, ling. In hi' 5lli year, A few day oro, wtr.t Mi Iho ataso t tho ago nf 3 tud ruin ' unly aovon years ago. A 'tloalty In he seen at llorlln It a n-ir "( rnrtnln made of rbnmpagnu cm! i and fork t -It sc 'till toured In -r 'ill paii r aaaoclalod with the Itt.ltl.l- Extrnmcnia are being made wllh rapid ' -lograplilc apparatus between Pttrla 4..t.i id l-wlnn II la n.iimcil mat words i an l. ttnnamltlctl In an I"' ri.i rontr. al'.r liuelm i Wli I -h wntmn do not rumo Into ..f hir mli- fortune unill irrlaa' then tli"y can .11 v iincUiIrd nf It without ll.u i timet nt working ( Iho trtlh of A i veteian named lloese, at Ol- tnii. 'mi. ih" i'tiilt fnuu'l n one iv:k' iil ball iihIkiiIIi"I In tl...

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

Tin Bad Boy end Hie Did Cull on Xtng Edward And Almost Settled the Irish Quutlon. nr iion, tircnuai: w. i'j:cic. IHs.Clovrritor of Wlaconaln, formerlr rub Hahcr of "Peek's Hun," author of -reek's ii.ij nor, sua.) (.Csp) right, Iwl. t Joseph It. Howies ) tondon.irongland. Dcarl'ncleUrra: The worst Is our, and dnd and I liats ioih touched a dine Not the say you think, touching a king lor a hand-out, or borrowing his looso change, ths way you need to touch dad when you had lo pay for our goods, but Just taking hold cf ' his haud, and shaMnc H In good old Colled Blatca fashion, The American minuter arranged It for us. llo told somebody that Peck's Ilad Hoy and hla dad were In town, and Just v anud to tire up a Mug, and ico how ha averaged up with United Ktates pollll clans, and the king set an'huur for us to rill. Well, you'd a dido lo sto dad Ax up. liver) body Hill, when o showed our card at tho hold, tollfilrig us that wo vets expected at Marlborollouioai such a time, that no would l...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 5 May 1905

II- i'.'"iai UL s M0NT6OMERY TRIBUNE PubllMhad livory Friday, BY TUB TRIBUNE PRINTING CO, II. II, IIAILKY, Kdltor. Subscription In Advsno. Sm Cot J, On Ycr St. so Phone Pit I DAY. MAY 5, 1905. Sinn' tli Arc nt Montgomery l.t i.e-W, In which Mr. Upte- grovo'shousi! was destroyed, much Is bcintf "'ilil over there (or better fin iri.lidlon. Thnt's like Mont-Kom'-ry county fiirmcrs, when the rosds Rrt had - discuss better rondo, - Ncsrl'lnrcnco Leader. Scvi-nt.vlli" IiIk1' school Rrnd untes entered the .Missouri Anil cultural ('!'' : during the. session Ju-t closing l'le yenrs ngo It was mnllilently nrguecl by mem ber! uf the Stain Hoard of Agri culture thnt the time would never come hIku nny t'on.ldcnililc. num ber of lil(!u rlil Kniduutea would study null, iiluiri'. The bill to nutliorUc. city school board' to employ a superintendent of school, (or twoynirs pasted the Senate, but (tiled to pass the House. Tim decision of tlio court that mi'! school board c.ui nut bind its Kiiet'cH'ir ...

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

I t - COUNTY NEWS The Tnihunk Witntu CorreHondema lit nil I'artH of MontKomury County, W would Ilk tor our car rtspondcntt to gtt Ihtlr Item to thlt paper, Itpoulbl. by Tuesday. Managtmtnt. Hugo. LA NT WERK, The much ncsded and hoped for rain clmo last Monday night. MIm Sarah Uucchclo left for St. Louis last Hunday to rlalt (rlcncln .and relatives. A good rein of water wai struck on C. M. Coon's place, last week, only two feet from the surface. The farm known as the Marks place has recently changed hands, Fred llollcnbeck bought it of A. :8wlltcr of St. Louis. Tho rain came Just at the right tlmo to start corn to growing, but -wheat, oats and newly planted orchards, vlnyards and strawberry patches are damaged somo by dry weather. An entertainment was held last Saturday night at the residence of Mrs. Ellia Worlcy. ISO maglo lantern pictures were shown, tho Dyak tlnnca was skillfully per formed by Dancing Ullc and Fid dllng Jcsso nnd musla was furnish d by little Fritz Grabcnstcln.Tom...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 5 May 1905

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