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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 15 March 1901

THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI. FRIDAY, MARCH 1C, lfc)Ol. NO. Final Settlement. NOTICKIi herclijr Rlftn Ibtt I will, dmlnUttator ef the eitate ol f'ATHKRIXK I'KW, deeeaaed. make llnel aettlitiiest of eald e elata at Hi Bf xl April tf mi of llir Frobate court ol XoDtroucr) toum?, elate ol Miaeourl, t tlie. Cllr ol ilootjtomrrjr, laid term ol court beginning-on thfM Monday In April. INI. I AM KM MAlU'IX. Adme'r, Kataleof Catherine l'cw. deceased. Kelt ti. IMI. It Final Sottlomont. Xutlcr lehereli) Klru lliit I will. J rulnlilratur of Hip etlate of CIIAHlKt UAHIIKM.. doceaed. Male final aettlerornl ol aald ralati- at Ibe on! April term of Ike Probate court ol MonlKunirrr county, elate ol Mlaaourl. at the i ll) or Montgomery, aald term oa court beitli'Slng on the 3d Mondey In April. IIWl 3-liMt U. H. IIAKKK, Adm'r. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Notice l lirrcbv glveu. that letter uf Ad tiiliilliaiion upon Hi' eatale orcfaarlca Juirpli Worlaiul. drrcaacd, bale bean (rall...

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. — 15 March 1901

atfealSsWattaaVjadttMtll nt. h aailrit it. s THETRIBUNE. W TRIBUMK PIVTO. CO. rabllabert. P. W. M4J0H. Editor. HOOTaOirEHY. i MISSOURI. II According lo Chlneiu Mntcment re ceived officially In Htrlln, the court will moio about the mil o( March to tome point nearer I'ckln. The Kantaa lcffUlu ttire hut nil journcil nttcr having been In session 13 tlaya, niul pattlug T bills. 'Hie principal law passed wn one known n tlio Hum-It hill, which strengthen the prohibitory law of the state A dispatch from I'ckln, on the "111, Mi "The minister' committee b eomiilctctl IU rcort ami the general prlnclplu to be adopted In the case of Indemnities I bimril upon la In linrmony with the Koinnu nml l.'ngllsh yttem." "The Chinese signature of the Man tburlnn contention In practically nt urttl," say the .St. lVtertburg corre ixndcnt of the limlon Dally .Mall, ulTcniii5 llussln, lC August, sent to tho emprcM dowager T.S00 pood of bar slhrr." Col. J. (1. Ktnvtr, consul to ('ape Town, south Afrlru, hn tin ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 15 March 1901

iW "wWiitsW 'J "'l!iwM!i w -!iii'.n.K'j'ri;v'"i't i'.vyi -s( ,kir"j't Ik. ; 1 WOMEN AND POCKETS. IODie l'erllnrnt Comment by Kltu. fcclh Cnilr Stanton, Fluoni InDrHKlit Ailltlor, The dally press gave an account rtfetv da) slme of n younff woman walMnir In llio street with her blind mother, licr tocketbook In band', vtlio n iiiddcnty robbed by n vnan, who Mas nrrcstrd and U now pnjlnp; tho qtenalty of his crime In Jail. If the woman had had n pocket and her nunc In It tlic might still be enjoying Jicr money and the man hit liberty. (iolnpf to sec a friend off to Europe siot lung njrn I iav n younjr woman Siurrylnir to the vessel, her train In cue hand, her umbrella and linndker chief In the other and her purto held in her tccthl liver and ption wc hear of these val tiablcs snntched from their possessors, for which men nnd boy are arretted .and punished. In slew of thin remit -the pocket Is more than n question of "n?iIon. It become one of mural) It i!t wonderful what danger women wil...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 15 March 1901

The Tribune. Published Every lkrldav nv THE TRIBUNE PR1NTINO CO. D. W. MAJOR, Editok. Tkumh $1.00 per Year in Advance. But, after nil, none of the new Hteel coniniuntioiiH can compare with Tninmany. Now York "Mail and Express." Ah the du.VH n hy tlie American jxjople are gradually lining faith in both the ground hog and the Deooratie jmrty. Peoria (111.) ."Journal." Liwt year the fiirinwH of the United State received $W."i,0(K),(hW more for their productH than in I8!t(, and the latter wan not a had year by any iiumiw. The farmer alHo apprecialo tint fact that each of the dollarH wum worth KKJ eeutrt. Norwulk (Ohio) "Hellector." School tilcctlon. ElMcwhere in thin wmuu of th Tiuiitm: will he found the olllcial announcement for the annual hcIkkiI election. 13 very propowi tion therein named nhuuld carry. The elei tion of two hcIiooI director to hurve three .yearn will devolve upon the voterH. The terniH of W. I., (itiptou and Dr. (t. 13. will expire. TIu-nu men have made jrood and fai...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 15 March 1901

The Tribune, Friday, March 15, 1901 a MM AAA Ft ! t TT . IAKIN6 I1lrhrt Honor, WorU'c Fair Oold MUI, Midwinter Pair Atit'4 Ivitjttf; 1'vwUn aataiolBff Vmii. i tnjHrUiu io bWh From Our Correspondents NEW HOPE. Our school taught by Mint) Mabel Berry of High Hill, cloned Us Friday with appropriate exercises. Sovcral ot tho pntrons ol the dis trict brought excellent dinners, which wcro spread and mndo quite a contrast to tho dinners usually found In a school room at noon. Thohoavlcst rain wo havo had for 3 months fell last Saturday night, making tho roads bad and the Oclds too wet to sow oats for ft week. J. 1). Kcllar's family wcro sick with the grip last week. 13. M. Oliver Is slightly Indispos ed, out Is able to bu about most ot it... n.. Andrew Polcston Is on tho .ilck list this week. David Appling and sister, Miss Solla of Wcllsvllle, attended tho closing exercises of our school hero last Friday. Kd Polndextcr and daughter, Miss Elln, visited W. L. Flpps nud family Wednesday. Tom a...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 15 March 1901

Representative Tawney, of Minne sota, Tells Haw the World's Fair Bill Was Passed. IT VERY NARROWLY ESCAPED DEFEAT. air tho ladomllnhlo tlnersr 1'vraUtent llftort of tti U Unit Workers laved It lrnm Slmnca lion by Ileitvr Loud o( Illd i rr m mm u- i n i rptifiripii mn ivoriu a my llio hUtorv of tliU iiicuKtire iml vasts at i mnHvj unit t' consider tha passage of tlm bill ,,l,,...!. n . ( n ann Iinmt t lll(! tlnu at HI. l.aula lu cainincmaralo tha qno liundrclli anniversary ( llio I.ou fslana Purchase nml appropriating rom the federal treasury JJ.noo.OOO 4n n Lt Iti ittitllnf Him anitin n aiieniaa and one of tliu greatest achievements In national exposition Iciflalnttou He lmo crcr witnessed. Tlio ninount n iroprlatcd far surpasses nil previous aiplirnprlatlons for exposition pur lni, ami tliu plan under this law fnr tna control nml sttpi't vision of tha ex position, In my Judgment, U superior Hi nny hcrctoforo provided lor. "On nrrouiit of llio Chicago Cotuin Wan exposition (lip gove...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 15 March 1901

w hi. 1v 1 1 11 i -tr. ft. THERE EVEN DEATH IS SLOW. JVhsra Inanrnnce Agent Are Willing (e Tnke Alt Kinds of Itlaha. Everybody In the oilcloth and llnclenra trade knows "the Potter l)o," of I'lilla delphla and Jew York. Col. Tom l'otte r, of the former city, who not liii title through a tiff appointment by a, former governor of l'rnni) vanla, it a tliorouah l'hfladtlnhlan, firm believer In tint town lit ill her ins itllutlonn, bin and little, ind In herjnamifl. cent future, but he iln ays belpa to circulate good story on Philadelphia, jutt the Mine, ri the New York Commercial. , - .' A buttling "free lanes" In the life larnr nce buiincis wat over there the other day ; trying to write, a 2O,00O policy In a New York company for a riling young man who holda an important petition with the Tot ter company, fhli wat hit third or fourth call, and he had hit Intended victim almoit worked tip to the point of aignlng th appll cation, .'Til take the policy," he ld, "but I don't want It iui yet...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 15 March 1901

witotmlt!M:.MnMmimP ' r 5 -Twr vkt.- vmw'- " . )- iff r r If I5 i, IP The Tribune. yrtd'r. - - - MBrch 15, 1001. POR SCHOOL COMMISSIONUR. We r tniborfird tounounre JOHN W. IIA.VIK. A candidate lor School CommU.looer ol MoBHromtry rnnnty. at the April election 1001. tublrcl to t tin will t the people. Mm. Chns. Wilson Is able to bo out ogaln, slnco an attack ol tlio grip.. Dr. J, I Jonns, of Joucsburg, Attended to business hern Wednes day. Miss Ucnton McCnnna wns tho guest ol Mnry linker Ironi Friday until Monday. Nr. Frank Hcnstey lion spenttho pant several dnyB with her daugli tcr, Mm moVcIkIi. Miss Lllllo fiudnoll of Williams burg la tho guest ol her ulster, Mrs llultx, this week. "Uncle" Wnld Clnra )ont sov. flral days tho Ilrst of the week on hlii farm near town. Little Ann McC'nnno In very 111 Of pneumonia won inkeu nick Btaurday morning. Miss ViiHlitl Ilurrell will loavo Wednesday for JonsburK, where flho had a position In a store. Ex-Prosccutlng Attorney l)cl venthat, i)f War...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 22 March 1901

i THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL IX. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MARCH .-2 lUOl. NO. 2a Final Settlomont. Notlo la lirrrby lrn that I will, nl inlnlMralornfllif nUtf of CIURI K (,'ABUF.I.I.. iloctMed. Mkr drill MtUnimt al lild clUIr at tliu April ttrtn of lh l'robile rourt nl MontKourrr eounlr, ittln l .MIiourl, t Ihf City of Moatcotner) . !! turn 01 court Ix-glnilny MaBdry In April, IW01 3-1C-51 B. 8. IIAKKIt, Adm'r. Wanted. A good reliable mao or woman In every township In Montgomery county, on salury, to wrk iu thu interest of thin paper. Cnll on or address TIIK TRIDUNK. New Road Overseers. Thu county court made tho fol lowing appoints for road overseers for the next three yearn: District 1-J. M. Moore. District 2 T. M. Chnpmnn. District 3 Sum Uorgcr. District t Daniel May. District 5 Fred Humphrey. District 0 W. U. Oillilnnd. Dlstrlot 7 F. M. llrinkur; and Chris. 12. Stewart for ono year. District 8 Oco. W. Clement. District 0-8. A. Penn; and J. C. Drown for two yearn. I'isi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 22 March 1901

I to prevent any more people from I gaining admission. They wcro open ed at 1 s IS that a mall crowd which line gathered daring the. brief closln:; might bo able to lt In the doorway MISSOURI STATE NEWS. Three Convicted at Harder. Judge Hhcruood of the tat su- preme court decided three criminal lOHini THE STATE LEGISLATURE. FARMING INWESTERN CANADA Remain. a n.i i tt and listen to uch norllons of the -"woriu l.vans won sentenced ru "... j-a, evident to the er. i n s It St.lO nVtnet, l..n II,- tien.. '"r MUrtier rnopala of the Proceeding of Ifc. Fortr-l'lral General Aaaemblr of Mlaaonrl. The Qreat Natural Fertility of the Soil In Manitoba, Aitlnlbola, Sas katchewan and Alberta. to Rest In Crown Hill, Cem etery, Indianapolis. sth uy of prii, loot, Heretofore Forbidden Industry In of William I. llfn. I ... . . ... v nun m a wis w ijiihim, nriiirii iiiii uli'v i . . - n n l n m a vr m am ntA i . i. tt m niche, n policeman at IloonYlll. .Mi... ' ' uc .vhwu raws ui i ii ci Uf tllU kilUllf...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 22 March 1901

THE .TRIBUNE. n TIUUCNE rilTQ. CO. l'ubllahsrs. D. W. MtJOII, Editor. MONTQOUEIiy, t MISSOURI. RECALLED DY THE MINUTE GUN fit line within tho twilight gloom Whose gray vcba drapo my darkening room, I hear a fur a cannon boom; 'A mlnulpKun beyond tho bar, Whcr wlilte-maned wavci and chno arc, .With cloudt nbovo and not n tar. And on that pound flonti back to m Another night far out at tea, 'With grim Death facing you and me. Tho wrack of lowflung leaden cloud. Tho wall of wild wlndi through tho hroudf, 'And frightened folk In ihlrcrtng crowdi. WlVn every wave our vessel heeled, 'And every tlmbrr racked and reeled Aj near and drear deep thunder pealed. The llfe-boala fpllnlered onn by one, Th last hnpe from them gulfed and gone, Death'n whlte-maned courseni charging on. I we your dear lips move In prayer, I.lko silvered seaweed peetns your hair, Kever your face more fond nor fair. And then the close clasp of your nrmi Which tightened with new-lorn alarms, When Iett(h could not abate y...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 22 March 1901

The Tribune. Publlwliud Every Krldny 1IY THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO. D. W. MAJOR, KiMTOit. AHTIE B. KEADLH, Loral Kditor. Tkums $1.00 per Year in Advance. The report that Mr. Bryan "Imh already made arrangemcntH for a third nomination lor I'reBident" ih ho midden ! Seattle IVwt- Intelligciiror. Even the political emenieM of PreHident MeKinley are nnahle to find anything in IiIh meHHage to complain ahotit. 1'erhapn it would he different if the country were on the eve of a political campaign. Cleveland Lender. They are Haid to have painted things reen up at HrookliuM on bt. J'atnck'H Day. The towli held a green nliirt waiNt party at Green,H Hall. Cliarley (Jreen irinted the iuvitatioiiH on green card lizard, and (Si-ccii'm orehentra furnUlii'il tlicuuiKie. And hon V. Steplieim cyen greiv urcen with envy hecanse ho could not clone Iuh mortgage on (irccn'H printing olllcc Still, Krookficld in not hiicIi it great place lor I i trick hut it ih a gicat place for (i rerun. It in cHtimated that...

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. — 22 March 1901

MIL IWI The Tribune, 1 1 If ' M '.f 'a Friday, Mnrch 22, 1001 MM WUPt mM f IUtH MUM. HMIN6 fWM HIcfMt llonon, Worl4' Fair Oold Medal, Midwinter Pair AviaUl lUUtuff 1-tmilaee) aattaJiiJoe; ftj,iw TLaiy am lajarleua lo lieaMIl From Our Correspondents NfcvV HOPE. Nlco spring weather for mrch. We are not Accustomed to such weather until tho Middle of April some few iu th neighborhood have planted potatoes nnd others ore preparing to commence sowing out. iVo arc sorry t statu that Mrs. Bob Oliver has been very Hick again but Is com" bettor ut prec cnt. Horn to Walter Hays nnd wife a liny girl. A Sundny Schiol was organized nt NW Ilo.ie Inst Saturday to commence ill'.' llrst Suudny In April tlin i of mi" ting .'I o'clock In the nftcruiiur Kvorybody Invited to attend an j If l,i make this onu of the best Li til I'ounty. .1 D. Kellnr aiiit family arc able to bo up and utu .gain ufter n tus sle with llio j,n,) I M Oliver -ot-i 12 fill hogs Inxt Friday In th" nry for W.'Jj per hundred .loo Po...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 22 March 1901

1 'J?A 1 Tf ln ,th V11?' attorney's of SSi r's-jfIVj' " Attorney Wd Um C. Smith, "Und to tnr a rsse acalnal etherwise honest (Jtrmin for sc h ns Wl VJZ0?"- 13,e 'lnt had re? , Vftu "! P',mu.r ot bar who la Jiuiil i,lihcr ou1 ''l.rcse l Hcrmso ltnt looked on In rapt sdmirstlon, snd ha .neard to remark t .Aeb, dot's the kind of lawyer to haf, jj'Whjrr ho wi asked. Ilecaiw, ni the reply Mm hollers m Mm dcrjury.'''-llaUlmors San. Knovelnsr and Telling. "The man tUt tells til be knows." uU Su-nT".' "'lowphtr. "It a gool deal lot,lr than the man that knows aU b wis." Indlanspolls Press, Troof ot lh l'nddlne;, tTca hourt between New York and Buf alo mesns excellent travelling and when ear I trarellcd at tho rata of siity miles aa hour, fathered no dltt, and m not bothered with dint, you can bellert me whan I ear tnr etctl gray travelling cos tume was aa clean when I stepped off at .Buffalo aa wbco I aakl "Au llsvolr" at Ho boken. The Leckawsnna la a route worthy of the attention of all who...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 22 March 1901

V 7 V ALARMING MORTALITY. Noticeable Among the Weak and Ailing. Spring thoTime Death Reaps - Its Largest Harvest. There Is a Way of Eluding the Grim Destroyer. Kvstt Spring It It noticeable how manj sopit are taken awty tbt ire htvt been scerattomtd to tea in our dilly life. Statistics show tbit it do other Kiion 1 tat yttr don to many deaths occur. Especially Urge It the tnorttllty among weak and ilckly people. . . . The reuoa (or thlt it tpptrent. Thebodr that it weakened by lie or disease has much U contend with during the Winter montbt. Isjufficlent exercise frequently hit been Uita. Too much ttirchy tnd fttty. food! here been etten. The system hit been allowed to become run down, end when Spring comet with itt bright, lunshlny.diyi, elder people will begin to reillre Ihit theit Tltilltr hit become rerjr low. The eimi thing It true of people who ire niturtUe llcklr end wetk. . . Thlt It the season of the year when even t ttrong perton fecit it hit wont. Thtt tired, retttett feel...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 22 March 1901

,J ?" The Tribune. Friday, - March 22, 1001, FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONHR. We ire authorlrd to announce) JOHN W. OA VIS, A randldale lor School CommU.loocr ol ManUomery county, at (he April election Unl. subject In Hie will ol the people. Little Jtuth Ulllilnml ho the mumpn. Ouy Thompson left Tuesday (or Kansas City. Homer lltckley of Moxlco wan In town Monday. Mien Mary linker Is nick thin week Of the mnnNloH. Born, to Hopper Colli) north of town, Sunday, a boy. Born to J. ilucknnl, near Dan xHle, Tueoday, a lrl. Prof. Ab. Duvanlt of JoncMiurK was In town Tui'Hday. MrH. K. M. Muliat linn been on Qo nick Itttt thin week. Geo. Goodrich tnndo allying vln (t tn JoncHburi; Monday. Ouy Hughe of St. T.ouln, vlnllcil hln frlomN hero .Sunday. Mm. C. J. Lock har. been quite Slflt of the grip thU week. It. It. Graham of xlnuola waw In town on bunlneMU Mundny. I'mll ItoKenberKer, jr., of Hlh Hill, wni In onr city Friday. 'rM. It. O. Wlilli- ban been num bered with the nick UiIh week. Dr. I). O. Ilu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 29 March 1901

I. 0 Ml THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL IX. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MARCH .it), lUOl. Final Sottlemont. Nullff lahrrrli)' tlfC llit I will, ml mlnlmalor of the tiuit of CIIAKIK.3 OAHItF.I.I.. doccaard. Malt Anal aflllimntotaild fatato at tbe next April (rrtu of the Probate court ol Monticunicrr county, aula ol Mlaaourl. it tbr i ll) of Motitgonierjr, laid trnn oa rourt twa-limlng on the. Id Mondrjr In April, 1901 3-IG-St II. R. ItAKKlt, Adm'r. Administrator's Stilt?. y vluiii' of an order of the l'robate rourt u .Mnnltfotuf ry cotiuty, Jllaaourl. I. tlic inidrraiKiint udmlnlatrator .of ihn eatale ol linen MrUiire. deceauil, will aril at public auction, at the court home door, In the City f .Montgomery, on MONDAY, Jlay Mb. IMI. iMlwprn the houra of So'clock a ni. and 4 oVIi.rkn in., during arail noftbrrlrcult ruiimfaaM Muntk-omery couni), all the tit t, title and Initrrat, ol the aald Hugh alcClurr. In the following deerlbrd real etiair In Montgomery county, llaaiourl, to-wli:...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 29 March 1901

I I Try araln-nt Trr tlraru-OI Aik your grocer to-day lo ahow i ou a paci ngs of (JltAINO, the new food drink -,hal takce the p.uc of Ciilbte. Tli childltn inSy drink It Without Injury a well 01 the adult. AI who try It, like It. OKAIN-0 hat tint rich oil brown of Mocha or .lava, tut It il nude from puregralns, end thr moit delicate stomach recaivea it without distress, t the price, of coffee, lie, and 25cta. pr package. Bold by ail grocers. Fnree nf llnlilt. tautnmer What's this! Seventy-flea rent for two-cent tamp? Why, that le oiitrflgcoust Druggist Ilea pardon, sir. I thought yon kail a prescription for it, -IWtlmore American. ABSOLUTE SECURITY, Genuine Carter's Little Liver Pills. Must Boar Signatures of if fac-Shalla Wrapper llelow. ICARTER'S m I Very email aad a eawy ta taV-e ej n;ar. rOR HEADACHE, ton DIHIrUSI. rOR BlUOUtrltSS. roil TORPID LIVER. FOR CONSTIPATION. TOR SALLOW SXIR. TOR TrlECOHPltXIOH trews I Fm-ely TeteaMey.wgiW: CURE SICK HEADACHE. GENERALITIES OF INTP.llEST...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 29 March 1901

' i -ppp. K,.-.., -isaftassas fffl It ft -1 tf AN INHERITANCE III WST ERH CANADA. 1 i i 1 4i i& V. Indian Ratervallonr nnd Other New Districts to Bo Opened Up ThU Year. la the Ureal Saskatchewan alter and the Fertile Plains of Asslnltsola. To the Editor., Dear Sin The past three or four years hate demonstrated to a large 1 number of Americana the value of the Kraln-growlnu; and ranching lands of western Canada. Tens of thousands hare taken advantage of tho offer made by the Canadian government ns well ns of the exceedingly low prices asked for lands by the railway, col onlzatlon and other companies. The experience of those who have keen settled thero for some little time is of a highly gratifying chnnicter. So much so that the Canadian govern, ment, who has control of the Immi gration into western Canada, has dc ' elded to open up some new districts this yenr In the well-known Saskatche- I wan inllcy, and alto In the fertile I plain of Astlnluola. These districts Tiro probably t...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 29 March 1901

The Tribune. jr' PubllHhod Every Krldtty THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO. I). AV. MA.IOK, Knrroit. AHTIB It. K13ADLH, Local Editor. Thumb $1.00 pur Year in AiIviiiicc. The ICniiHUH convict who iiiiicl a par don by climbing up 720 feet to givo' the in formation mipplicu nnotbur iimtancu of value of mining bigb. Mrn. Nation docmi't like to ncu pictures of women in huIooiih. The naloon imdonbt edly h a poor place for women, whether on canvuHs or on a Himistiing tour. Vico President, HoohcvoIL ircfcrn to be called by the title of "colonel" rather than by that belonging to the exalted civic poni tion he now hold, "f earned my colo nelcy," he HiiyH, "and the other tiling came to me." Congri'NHinaii Champ Clark'n declaration at the hampiel of the I'ike County colony in St. Louis thaf'thc (Tnited States would ex tend from tin; HimriHu side of I'orto Hico to find Almighty knows where" was received with cheers. Pike County seems to be in fa vyr of cvpaiiMon. Street Kchoes in (Jlolic Denioerats. (iov....

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