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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 9 June 1905

PWQTtCTtON't AOVANTAQgt i Ih Tavfat tki'OouiUy Bt MBNM 01 t- JUjrub HnTariS. It I -ill that tht people of thla aountry should bur; In riilnd that the de-Mcmtle party It opposed to a pro teclrr UrlB at a rrlndplc of govern ment, ud will do all In III power to break It down. The proposed demo cratic policy, seya the 81. Loult Glob, Democrat, l n tariff for revenue only, and their fre trade purport la to aweep away the whole protectlra tya tem. Throwing- open tba gate, to for eign product! necessarily meant a competition wllb the world In wages, aa In other respecta. A moment', re Section le enough to thow that Ameri can wages, which are much the high est, cannot be maintained If the mar gin of protection la removed. Ocean ahlpa hare now a asl carrying capaci ty and crou the sea In half the time formerly required. In a tingle day It, 000 Immlgranta are eometln.ee landed In New York, and the name ahlpa many thounand lone of freight With farllltlet of thin kind, that may be add ed to Ind...

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. — 9 June 1905

TAUSTCC& 8ALC AIRSHIP TRIPS SCHEDULED. If HUONG mm M frttit fm craan tf fcrtefcrivcd f.cm grajnt. rwroc auMiHQ ronotn oo. CHlCAC. MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE.1 FRIDAY, J t NKt. IttXi. f POPULAR LADr CONTEST. ; The follow III i; arc the condition -of thn Tttti.UNn's Oram! Gift . I'opul.r I.aillc contest. J Htery person paying money to the TltlliUNt: for atibterlptlnn, nd-j vcrtlslnj: or Job printing will be: entitled to votes at the rntn of LTX) vote for every dollar thus .pent. I Twenty.flve per cent additional! votes will be allowed for new sub- ! .crlbcrs. Vole will ! Issued ati tho time the money I. prttil nnd will be k'h1 for one day. No vote, mil ho Issued mill' ruth accom panies order. No ballot on which ono name has been erased and another aulj'titiit"'. nor on which Ihr numlifr of vnt'i haj been ch.nKHl vt III bo ounti"!. Six oll vntchr will br rt Is tr I butnl amonu tli" tlx townhln In the county. To th" IciuW In tho townlilp wholiii th" hlchcit num ber of votca ocr uny other le...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 16 June 1905

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. SI1 GOLD WATCHES GIVEN AWAY Read the Conditions of our Popular-Ladies Contest -r- IliRjOB DEPARTMENT 0 Is the Best in the County, at Prices that Cannot be Duplicated AN ADVERTISINQ MEDIUM OF MERIT "VOL. XIII. NO. ao. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JUNE, 10, 1905. ci nn a vm fl.W IN ADTAKCK. I Vl I " I "4' Local News Roy Ham 4a home on' visit. Forest Drift was down from Moberly Btnday. Tha Buttercup Club 'took n outing Tuesday. Mrs. Oeo. Tlnelcy bfQaistte, Mo., U visltlng-home lollu. Editor Pearson of theMMUdle town Chlpe wss hsre'MeBday. If you want the bait candy what If, getGunthers atJJMCl'Darley's. Ml Mary .Karats of Mexico la visiting Mia uraorOwpton here Ihta week. Mrs. Frank Echnrdfttff Sunday for St. Louis to Tlslt he daughter, tn. Owan Ford. Oood grades, right treatment and low prices are the 'Slogan of La crosse j.umoer vo. Rer. J. E. Kerr arsoVfamlly are visiting the former s.vparcnte In Audrsin county this weak. Waller Ilolcomb, who-Is work ing In...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 16 June 1905

IfflCTOIBUNB. llMbM Br Tt tlH l-ltl.1TI.NO CO. MKTCOUEitr. i uiasounL k nltbt have done) better If tht) feel.lntniiitd aer navy to Capt, "Chat xur.atn. or ytch, Atlantic M eurluua effect of the war. the) Cmit Itevlew notes, thtrks have ml- grl ted from the fir Cast to European 4'.a, having been frlxhtcne.'. It U ttdttct by" taken tfltxt t-xplos lout. a cteaTit TnT"m for )jopo yeitt without winding la Iho litrH jse to which that sonde rful substance, rertlnm, bat beea applied. The lottra taenia are being sold at ISO each. The municipal laboratory of Pr!l til keen eitmlntng the experiments sad by Dr. Vogel, who ha manufac tured a try succulent (bnu from Ihe amstt Chinese betas known ta or brent " Twentv thousand frogs a year are tted for desertion and experimental purpose in the t'nlicrslty of Pennsyl vania medical laboratories, tVith medical and dtn'al classes view tb eitcrl ine nt By breeding and I -"line hit fowls In a ski,sI way a chemist In Wies baden, tterroaiiy has birn able 10...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 16 June 1905

xaa puuxi iKuo,1 ,tTMl vtnia do In ttila world or otirt, Wtro It not fortti'drtumiiohtad? Tot tharna art nlned J.h ttc hloamlnf flowtrs, Ko manor which path Iread. And taeh of u liii til ol'tn 1,01, H tret thine far into tha jrartt !ad avr bo cllmba with a hopeful ooul. With tuUrnata mi:a and trata. Thai dream ahead la what hold Mm tip ThrouRih alorma ef a trnttr flahli Hbn hi Ilf f ptMattl to U worm food'a cup, clMMa abut out tho Ittht, f aom It'a drtam ef Ugh uto, To aorao H' drtam of wtaltlil Tn aotno It a adram of a true with Kalt lu 4 conatant otarth for hrallh. Tn Mmo It'a a, drt-am of horra and wlfi To aome U'a n crown Mio; Tha dreams ahead ar what maka each The drm---flpd faith nnl lovtt -tvlwln Car.ta.t IJt-r, In llook-epar. CONSOLATION By S. MACNAUOHTAN M' IW. JKKt'KllftON waa not mora sVcTit II ,,-ri of married Ilf. In India. bbo baleen three of her children luiu !. irnii i,i rki1. inu bub nm burled In an unhealthy atatlon, and had been to Kngland oner, aeron )cnra before...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 16 June 1905

1 MONTGOMERY TWWJNL Publlaliuil Kvery Friday. BY THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO. It. II. IIAILKY, Editor. Subscription In Advance i Copy. On Year Il.oo Crime 96. FMDAY.Jl'NB IB, 1905. The nin with the big atlck ae corilliiK to recent development U eomethlng of a ronveraatlonallat. Coranvntlng on the hanging of Aggie My" murdering her huaband, the Knaa City Journal aaye, "The hanging ol women It a. grewaomc iid revolting ouai-. neae. For that mutter, no li the j butchering of hmbimla." j J. n. Si.i(cr, Secretary of' Stale, In hie addri before the, Mlaourl Hanker.1 AMoclatlon at Kana City lat week aatd II he learned that any bank. ifllrcr Ram bled on the board of trade he would ' call for hl retaliation. Aa a; reason for till" a'-tloti he cited ev- , eral Inatancc hre bank had failed because ol the gambling tcndcnclca of the nlBter. , Making A Kecord. j Major William Warner, United I fitote aenator Irom Mlaeourl, has been aprndlng eotnu llmo In, Wnahlngton looking after the In-1 tercat of hi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 16 June 1905

COUNTY NEWS' i Thu THIHUNK Wantn CorreMpondoutM , lit all Purist of MpntKumury County. Loutre, Bud Ktggs family and Charlie Bruokihler and family pent .Sunday at Aug. 8tlegman's. Dick Durk and wife and little daughtor Clara spent Sunday with I-., P. Clark and wits. Ilonry Kooning and ilater Car -.rlo of near Big Spring vliited Sun day at II. Stlegman'i. Ed Stlegman went to seo hit Ibeit girl Buoday. Kd Colo and Mill Molllo Sulll 'an ipcnt Sunday In Warren Co. Aug. and Henry Stlegman, C. E. Brookihlcr and C. A. Hlgg were 'delivering hogi In Montgomery City Tuesday. Frlli Tlmracrberg and family of Dry Fork and M. F. Llnekaot near big Spring ipent lait Monday at II. Stlgman'i. Emmett and Frank Norman "visited home folks Sunday. Elbert Ford of Montgomery City ipent lait week with Jack Urookshlcr. Dying Of Famine In, In Iti torment", llko dying of consumption. The progresi of consumption, from tho beginning to tho very end, la long tortuo , both to victim and frlendi. "'When I hud conium...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 16 June 1905

Did fltTi Ht It aa Anatchltt ta Oeat .a la Vait Thtjr OI? A!a aad tat Bad &r Cpt a (tea dtla ta tht Oraal Canal. BI ll 'X .!I.iliJE.MiK l.a-ittrtrir ui-w etui. rrtr.er: t4. Ullr rl I' t . .. Autttf at T-k iw. 1.1 j. em-i Het-IIUtl. tv. Jcit'U, &. VU.MCK. iTAi.V -ur DttAR OLD CUt ItlHl'.NU lUl -uu'.iu t grs-iiol Jtrttr.tal u. eno-ifb tfler ht tot! Jki- n tat lif tr r cttaod , lit itottrrt Wt ftxed tUtmi-.! all . ikt iwu'J la Ottstri (txetbtr W- i :at latr did tot itst to to boat , itlilitli) !ni cottitlttdiStlUttlaia. - w tktr Jtu' )mt4 I rem rltr to ' inrt-T Tk. !I1 bo ta tbtft a tu rt 'ue art like tb (mica 1 rtilatoM 11; Mtiiro ho art tint J tar tjOK-t.tc iter ht drt at :m. tbtt it arvaK tbt Ita Tatr it nwrt tair tint la Otarfa Ibtc ta-Ult Kt. to) tktr k.)L btlrr tad Ul d ttd -btr p:x ra ill! kictt tad drtak tr v of to t-utrt Jin Wbta c foaa! tktt raore tittatloa ' ttt paid t aei iprtd of rrltae la tbtlr o a .vti'ti'i tad ts bi trt belkrrrd to Ft i:(tiar to auutiaitt Inn dt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 16 June 1905

RAILWAY RATE LECI81ATI0N Biennial OenTMttMi of Conductors Aik Congress Mot to Tut Ad Tcm XsUlroad Laws. At th biennial cooTeatlon ot tbi Ordir of IUIlwar Conductori recantl? hild t Portland, Oregon, resolutions were unanimously adopted Tolclni tbelr atntlmenta u to the affect ot pro posed rallwar rate leiltlatlon oa Ue 1,100,000 railroad employes, whom they In part represented. These reeolotlont) "ladorae the attitude of President IlootoTctt In condemning ' secret re hates and other Illegalities, and corn mend the altitude of the heads ol American Rallwajs, who, with prac tical unanimity, hate joined with the President on this question," They then respectfully point out to Comrtis the "Inadvltablllly of leilslsr Hon vesting In the hands of a com mission power orer railway rates, now lower by far In the United States than In any other country," beeauio such refutation would "result In litigation ind eonfutlon and Inovltably tend to an enforced reduction In rates, Irre rpectlra of the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 16 June 1905

tk'.l It hi CANT STOP ORbWINQ. Thta l Why the J. Walter Thompann Company Revet to New Headquarts. HUONG mm km tcre cream of tottr fcrived frcm grapea, roc kSAKtMa rovvDCn co. MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY, JI NK III, 1005. POPULAR UDr CONTEST. rrwo I hi- N Vurk lltntr. A man whit 'hJ not stopped growing at fnrty.wouM be a giant ol glanta. .It i thesamesrkha business Ann aa with an IndWun), Tito firm which an grown for forty year and, Is Mill growing Is a huslnrs cunt. The J. Walter Thompson Com pany, which, aftor forty year of growth, has ajinla outgrown lis oHIm accomDuxlatlens.UjuM such a giant amonumdvertltliigagenelc Growth I Uo highest manlfesta. tlon of life. When .growth stops, decay begin, it follow necessc. lily that a growing agency Ibi live agency. Fortunately, growth I a measurable quantity. When a boy' clothe getitoo tight for him when hi coat cuffs slip toward hi elbow and -his vcstrc- ..fujca to button It1 plain he ha outgrown them. Whether for work or for comfort, ho,rs...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 June 1905

t t v , , , 'A MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. M GOLD WATCHES GIVEN AWAY o Read the Conditions of our Popular Ladies Contest. -:- OUR job department ; 0 Is (he Best In the; County.pt Prices that ' Cannot be Duplicated AN ADVERTISING 'MEDIUM OF MERIT MONTGOMKKY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JUNE, 23, 1D05. VOL. XIII. NO. 87. 11.00 nWXcK Local News Rer. Paul Gross I In St. Louli thla week.- ' Mr. and Mri. Pored Raid visited relatlvoa In Warrenton Sunday. Recorder Ellli ot Danville at tended Lodge at Mexico Tuesday alght , John Collutnof Wollavllte trans acted business la Montgomery Monday. Oood grades, right treatment and low priori are the slogan of La Crosse Lumber uo. Mrs. Oeo. Hco and little daugh ter xpent thl week with her pa rent In Mlnneola. Ml' Lucy Nowlln went to I Virginia last week to visit relative! for an Indefinite time. 101b, nalla lor 23o at Didu & Amikrhon. Mines Motile and Ida Doiiker spent a low daya with homclolka In McKlttrlckthls week. II von cat candy, go to the City Drug St...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 June 1905

II-. TIpITRrBTJNE, iAk tbimixk riiiMTiso ro. llnXTt-.OMr.llV, t Hlfi30Um ThaisUte of educ-ollon In lluttlA rray be Judged from tb fact that theto' It only! one image mcoi ror every iz,s WO persons. Six million two"" of- Adulterated kdiI harmful foode were destroyed by the bjaltti department cf Naw Tork Hiram Matlu. on txdng-Ae,kcd hair If tint to think of the Idea of an automatic nun, lil that It we kicked IMn him it the end cf tne clrll war alter firing an ut fashioned Sprint feld rule, A new law, which will gradually rr lull Is I lie entire dlappa.-orance uf slavery fnim Slam, hat come Info ef fect, sayt the llangkok Times, No on? tan no be born a slave, and no one can b m.idii After having lung bri-n monoputluJ ly Ihe corner saloon the "free lunch" ha been aituptril hjr a churrh In Crip ple Crick. Col The pastor of thu Itrat Christian church placed atnonit Snndey notice the following; "Lunch will be nerved Immediately alter chutih in th Hndi-Avor nmmi, Pne to all who at'end servi...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 June 1905

itlav-rfiM afeaata IIm mm AMvtrttdrta laugh by flltUrlcf brook, Wirt with lit acatag Of buralingr aprtng, with twitter leg bird 'And kn of bontjr.bM 'Sii lUpaJyat' at pint ehouta. t And ataata tiara with rati A laugh tbt children, to kerlaugb lUunlt all the atraoiphere liar aonit la In iht brook,'arfraln .!er1al eyaa, flaahlng clear, Ara In tfca morning dtwai -.er ipetcfc ttf melody aodear. The btutbltd trlllit 'Rla napatya 1 heirl-I heerl-I heart" Ataln In racee, at "neceea, 1 ar htr braldM hair Ton pail ma aa I alar to lift Her tiraw hat, fallen there. IT. a achool brll aounda a tlbrant paag M heart can hardly bear Trt atlll aha leaile-Hle llepilre Ar.J leade ma aver) where! How I urn old-jrtt eta renialna Tha eciraame child of tei Gar, gallant little girl, to raca On Uto Heaven then! Tt g ft Hint, gay Bla ltd pal ye . In hloiiom time, and when r The treea and ara mm beckon her Cornea back to tie again. AbH o, however lotg alnra youth Whoae rapture wlidand free An o'd mtn'i heart ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 June 1905

MONTGOMERY TMUNL ST. LOUIS STORE GREAT JUNE SALE! Why not Attend this GREAT SALE and see if you Cannot Find a bargain, in WASH GOODS, DRESS GOODS, SILKS, LACES, EMBROIDERIES, SHOES. HOSE, MUSLINS, HATS, SKIRTS, CARPETS, CURTAINS; RUGS, CORSETS and many other lines that we are selling much under regular price. PubtlMhed 13very Krlday. lir TUB TKIBUNB PRINTING CO. R. If. BAILEY, Editor. Subscription In Advance. Oaa Copy, One Year ty.oe 8 Phone 90. FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1903. Tho next flection l on bond or staud plpo ami water mains $,7,509, lmrJI.v enough but better than none Tho flru los nl the United States for the .ve.ir IMI waa nvprS22fl.. 000,l, not counting thn lots of1 uninsured farm housea aol barns This la tho grrntrst nnnual loss on record,' and It Iitryer than .,.,, on til 1. 1 rek for' any othrr clvllied nation. amount, to lltty cent n week for every family In the United States. Thn refentlv cniiinlifrl mnin. of the 1'hlllpplno Inland- contain. a fund of highly Interesting In- ...

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. — 23 June 1905

COUNTY NEWS Tlio Tmtiumt WoiiK Corruiipoiidonts In till Purtn of Montuomory County. Belleville. A gootl rein wouM bo greatly .appreciated. Wheat harvest li In tall bUit. J. Tilly and wile visited rcla Uve near High Ullt last Saturday. Misses Kill and Ida Flicker of St. Louis are visiting their pe renti, Mr. and Mr. Chi. Frtcker. Edgar Uowlc of St. Loula iipent -Sunday With hi brother Jake Bowie ol thU vicinity. Mr. Frnnk Eaton and ton Leo ot IllKlilund are visiting her broth - er Choi. Krickcr. Jan. Tlllup ha purchased Jack linker interest In tho threshing machine) owned by Mr. Baker and Wm. I.cn. Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. Kohlcrand lltllo lion Tommy of Wobitcr Orovo apent Sunday with J. II. Spencer. The party at J. II. Spencer's Saturday night was well attended nd a Boo time reported. Oeo. and Wm. Iloltandor who have been visiting relatives here returned to their homo In Oklaho ma last weok. Lincoln Items. Miss Ida Fitzgerald spent tho latter part of last week with Miss Ireno Cowan at Oamm...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 June 1905

j ill' ,t l . S Th Bail Boy Writs from Maple Dtii Sees Vesuvius and Call th Servants to Put Out th Fir They Hut Trouble with a "Dago" In Pompeii. lit HON tiKOIWB W. PKCK. Ei-lrmtnor of tVtacealn, Former Fub llar.rl of Peek's Hun, Author ( Tsek's 1UJ llo." Kto.) (i Kirght, 16, br Joseph II. Howies.) Napier, llaly.Deir Old Fanner In Crime- Well, lr, we have struck a p,ve that remind ua of homo, anil your old grocery more. The day w got hen did and I took a walk Into the iniori'r dixtrkta. where they throw ail the elops and refuse In the streets, and where nobody eter seems to clean up anything and hum It The odor wat somcthlug thai you cannot le. s. rlbe without a demonstration, and .after we hid turned pale and atarted to go away, dad said I ho unell remind, rd him of something at home and finally he reme mberrd your old grocery la the stutrkraut season, early In the DID IMINTi:i .IITOI'TMI! window tow tun viwi'vivai n imliig lef'iri- jou had alretl iit tbe p't. - Votir eirs must hiv...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 June 1905

1 MEiraGTH Qtnom thai dootom touch, BiTB TTPHOID PA.TIEIT, Tl tf left fcy rim In Very WseS (lata Cm Or. WMIUauruk nlu nit Orllfjl Itsealts. After it few, nch typhoid or Mr let, lias run Its fall conns then reraslus the recovery of stre ngth. The tonic that will imxt rapidly Increeat Um red ear paw-lee lu ths blood U the on thai will noiit quickly restore color to tha pal cheeks, etreatth to tha weak muscles, aud elasticity to tho slagglih uervin. Bo far nolhliiK baa ever been prodaced so. fvrlor to Dr. Williams' riuk Pills far this purpose. Hl Jildemlort had been 111 with typhoid fc'Ter for fourteen weeks. 6h liad a Rnod phytlcian who oamld her Mfelylaroasu the crjtlral stages. When ha left, nothing remained to be dona eg rept to build up her strength, which waa very feeble, and ha gave her aoma pre scriptions for that pur-mae, Hera, how aver, aha met wllh dliappolntinent. ' ' I look t ha doctor's ton lea," aba says, "for two months after I hod recovered from tha fever, but they did...

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. — 23 June 1905

r.7 K XSeW-asw POWDER lit frtM tufe'ereem of iMtariirlverifrdmgrsB. pmcc UKINC. rovo;H CO. CMI2A&C. MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE, FHlDAYi Jl'NK S'l, .WO. POPULAR LADY CONTEST. The following are tho conditions of tho TkihUNk's Clrand (lilt ., Vy !ZIT P"f .ST0 ths T II iil'.sk for subscrlptlnn, ad-1 Triil.lr.K or Job printing will be entl.le.lt., vote, a! the rale of -J00 Yoten for every dollnr thus spent. Twenty-lite per cent additional t .... ..Ill I . ll 1 t..r nnu. .ill. ' . serllH-rs. oleswlll be IssucU at, t.,,,,ii,,,.tl,0money..,,.dandw, bn gmid for on., day. -No votes 111 he Issued unless cash nocom- 1 pa:,1..,r,U.r. No ballot, on which one iifimo has lwen cmscd ana anollur ..ib.tltutr.1, nor on which th number of otr of sole, hns been chnnsril wilt bn counted. Utv ....I.I ulrli... -Ill 1... ill.lrl buted nmong tlio six townships In the i-nuny. To tho leader In the ', ''' Oupton was the liii...ulM.hahntho highest num- ' hostess at a "Chlt.n Shower" Frl bcr of votes over nny other le...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 June 1905

ii TRIBUNE. Aim mnnpniDTlllOTIi'r i'- SIX GOLD WATCHES GIVEN AWAY Is the Rest in the Read the Conditions County, at Price's that of our Popular Ladies Contest. -:- -:- AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM OF MERIT Cannot be Duplicated1 i VOL. XIII. NO. :8. MONTGOMERY CITY, WlSSqUllI, FRIDAY, JUNE, !K), 1003. 1.00 tAtittcx. MONTGOMERY Local News Mis Helen Barnett U visiting In St. Charles. Try Martin's teas and coffee and bo satisfied. O. B. Burton la now employod at the city drug store. Bab Donaldson haa oommancod work on his now house. wo maner wnni yon want ine pries la cut in Qove'e July Sals. Fate Young of New Florence was on our atreeta Wednesday. Preah bread and freeh calces of all kinds dally at J. K. Barley's. Thomas Vanleer of New Flor. nee was hers on business Friday Jim Cunningham and wife of Thompson visited relatives here Sunday. Jim Olll last week aold a fine Cable piano to Wilt Verier of New Florence. Haas & Son will havo a large special salo commencing Monday. Bee their Ad. Cnr...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 June 1905

, -7V&r.f,S"HJl 77TT 'IV its- 1 1 muni cciic pncniii ... Ill 1 IIWfcfcWnfc w-ww.-..- i I IttMlsked lit K TRIIICKK NtlXTISn CO. De lla supports prfrlonl bird tate! er, "ho keeps (dentine Institu tion' (applied wtlh birch. nests and egg ttr, J tbf only man In th ra ti I r -i-rniltird l il'i i A ircond steamship 1 tn be plcd In service upon Uk Tltlcaca. In Peru. Ih aJghrst lake In lb world, beln eoros , 1t.',eVV"fre?i ' ahoxe sea leveL Thsre N'fmntj-iTSfTtrt-nimf4 Id traffic upon this sheet of water. According, to Herman papers there err ino Industrie in Hclslum which owe Ihelr. caliimie solely to Hie fact that ilensfuraied H.ohol fe not K'lbjctt in any tax In J'rlKlum. tamely, th manufacture of eiher snd ot jirllrtcl.il (Ilk wblth U'e more than S.JUO.W? gallvus c( almliol ler cr LnmlilefMe -.hrlmpa l.axe tn .11 emend by ihe prme of Monsco In he eourse of his leip "'3 fishing In the Medltriranean They llxe nt a it'pib ot fjom I.I"" lo !.t,Ou fathoms. This in studded mill mJll pho-u...

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