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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 4 August 1905

COUNTY NEWS Tlio Tnihunic WmitH CorroMpoiuluiUM lit tilt lJmtM of Moiituomory County. Union Horns, J oo Adams o( Colorado la visit ing friends nuit relative In thin vlclnlly. Tho homo of Mr. mid Mm. I.lgc Coll was muila rail by the death of their llttln son Milton. Oeorgu llnrnc rrturned homo -Sunday niter upending ft wreck with relatives In Glasgow Mo. Miss l.ula Coll returned homo after upending a month with her aunt in l.oulslnnn Mo. Several from IIIkIi I'olnt will at tend tho (.Christian convention nt Mokane this week. llhcubcn Hudson and wlfu vis Itcd at It. l. Harrison's last week. Mm. llcttlo Adam U on the tick Hit. Mis Cora Whclcr of Illinois U visiting.!. It. Coll' family. J. U. Coll and family spent last 'week with relatives In Curry vlllo. Hud Harrison hns Ills now resi dence, almost completed. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hibbcrt and Mr. J. I'oacher will start Monday on a trip to Southeast Missouri. They aro going through in a wag on and expect to bo gone several weeks. Miss Ivnto D...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 4 August 1905

v h. Sad WHti Hie Jfatenle F In Con. etanllnople Thty Find Ibt Turka Itnaltlre on the Dor Queatlon A College Yell for the Sultun Seuda Ulin Into a Fit. UV llii.s illiOIHH! tt I'Ki'K (i:..iloterpur -r uiruan Power t'.d II i J v. k eur Author of 'I'etka Hat IIO. elc ) iMitrl.l.' I" , to J'HI-hlt lloalt. 1-.!. .i.i,in,.i.(. "fiirkci -Mv Dear Oh! illirlnri W gut out of lltila jit.i lu tin!" i" keep from being arfe.ted ur iiiuwn m llli a l.uiib. Iud wanted 10 gll to MlKHW 11 aim If J pk tun' oik or Moamw liclng deairoycd by fire by Naoleoii or eomelatdy. and he walnut ti It they bad Mir hnllt I ha tuwu ii aait. Iui I lilt aa though aomrthing aerum. wa. going t" bapii In that lo'iutrr II we didn't look out an. I wi I peruailed dad tii go Hi Till key. atid tbo .lay we .iiit-ud fur L'oti.latillnn pie Hi got ibe iiew. thai the Nlhlll.i. liu'i Uuoaii n i.tmii umltr theiarrlage in ih- lliatnl Hill"! gciglu., ami blew lilin ami ihi- nirrlaic llilu email plccea imi liigat't than a nil" of .miune...

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. — 4 August 1905

..V. . '1 " ptnwmoyg aht pcmvATiow T petrification mtilf m nam. a ler th rlvrr Atrial .a. In Sicily, ither It was Brut founl. A brochure It .mail hook, alltthrd, not lioiind. to namrd from the French "lirtKhrr," lo stitch, "Il.a" nra Iht drat part of lltl( to the word "l)f." Ih old Danlah wind (or town, Intra; or burgh, The wok! "amateur," originally Vttnih, from Iht Latin "atnator," a luicr, mi-ana it Inter of any particular trl, but not profrt.lontl follower of It. The American word "lioaa," format trr, l Ihr imxltrn form uf lh IMilih Laa." of Iho tanir meaning;. It laile trended from theoiliilntl llutih teltlers of New York. The word billion" In Kotlttnl and the itdiinlrt mean a million Mtlllot. In France and on llienmtlnenl. aa well tain (ha I nileil tltalca. It meant a thou ..in it rnlllluin. 1 be name "calomel" me am "beautiful Hack," and aa orlatnall) ultrii to black autihtirel nf mercury AncalomM In a while iKiwder. Ihe name It inertly a jtxular inlmmncr now The word "liner ...

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. — 4 August 1905

HOME CIRCLE DEPARTMENT. Olrttsant lActilng Reveries. A Column Dedicated to Tired AUttlitrs as They Join the Home Circle at Hvenlnz Tide, crude movants from run hditorial $eh. Till- II'- I- t' i .Whit )H on i ft ut Morim I i' t Hrtntt Aui wl.ihl WU it fr I'tf Km n.vili"rn. ft.n i HUM I ditut 'h l-'v mrinU lltitliiity nfCHn. Till lir Ni '' .!), A vnlt M J tl'r'. U -h jtliMl I Mil! lf. Ah-I If riniit )f 1 i id our r ill- twlrl Uti. I rl in il ' 'ih-iHMl it a i .. r v T!.u renl bmlneM of life U the intiklfiKi f (Uu'y homr. Whrn you I'ttiho to sift Hi.; whult t'hn.1 ot exUtoncc, evrrylhlntf t?oc to the wind but th hnppl.H'iM wnharo had nt hiiinr. All n limit ill nrn twrilltlful fidfnfll wli ,,.. ,.....- i most pretiiiloui nifturo o! mod m 1 1 ni iimi.9 iiu: viiijiri tuny nw n far ut happluc U conrornpd, br tniinf nt kiiminitiit inn Ml I iff of lh family who I. icily tyrnnt.it nag-;,nn" "icurignic.i mon or unit arcr. a pence destroyer. ' w,,lrh lcornt the room of a I tUt or mansion. I Not...

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. — 11 August 1905

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. SIX GOLD WATCHES GIVEN AWAY o Rend the Conditions of our Popular Ladles Contest. -:- -:- OUR JOB DEPARTMENT o Is the Best In the County, at Prices that Cannot be Duplicated AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM OF MERIT VOL. XIII. NO. 14. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, AUOl'ST 11, 1!K)5. IN ADVANCE. Local News Karl Fuller apent a tow days with hi wife hero this week. Mr. Dick WnTteofKan City, I visiting relative here thl week. Automatlo grain and eed cpa rator at D. Snkthkn. Roy Mitchell of Mexico pent Sunday hero tho guest of friend. Mr. N.A. Rookwood Ut week purchased a lino rubber tired aurry. St. Lou In bacon 121 cent a pound at Cuxhman'h. Mis Cecil Baxter of 81. Louis I visiting relative and friend hero thl week. MlssMyrllo Clark of St. Louis Is the gucl of Mis Gertrude Sharp here thl week. Ml Stella Olll came In from Uoro Friday to attend the Old Hcttlcr picnic. Foh Salki Bran new plr of gentleman's tan (hoc, No. 7. Call nt thl onlce. Will Crockett of California U hern...

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. — 11 August 1905

Sr.- 1 m .''r,iwm'7awHrnaBa!i THE.TRtB f 'bllsted It I TIIKTIIII'IM'- I'lllN MdNTHOMBltY. .TRIBUNE. nt J ISO CO. MISSOt'RI. is the third rf cogae so the capital of New Zealand one, goe ti the landlord for rent "rre JujjcJi.jUIJ be offered at tin In-iit-ement' to men 10 come lo a serlea of !Sturtl.ir rtvjisie rneytllngi al Moody li4ie Institute, Chicago,' to large has the foreign population of KfrfcltotHormowbrrenie that even he rirt'i unite, i nuiiiitn the folic stall, n have, to b lirintcJ In YldJItti as we, t as lnsllrti A r 'formanco at ilia Municipal tho iter, at Hall". flwi'fcrland, hail to be iupn-.lM the other night wbllo tho pukecmart in il in was ejected. Ho 1,14. f.illnn.a!ecii at lit post, ami hla louJ snoring Jl' iitlwj tho nudlcnce. itrf Ucatdmure, of niatgow, ban- laid tli'.' first keel of a now lint lib t.iiilo ahlp. tn be called tba Agv r-.itnr.on. She h the inuit powerful ahlp ut tt1 fltsl line yet ordered. Hh4 will hate a displacement of 1C.&"0 torn nnd lie rje...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 11 August 1905

The Btd Boy and HI Did Mttt tb Cream of th Htitm "Idttlt Egypt" Bon Dnelnej Stunt Th Saltan Wants to Snd Tlfty Wive to th President. nr now, acotuiR w pkck. (fcx-Governor of tvlsconaln, Kormtr 1M Hot of reek's nun, Author ef "Iik't Ilad Ilor." etc ) corriM, ij, by Joseph ii. dow: ) Constantinople, Turkey, Mr Dear Orocerpaska: When I wrote you last t thought iou would be mourning fur dad and I before this, an there teemed noth ing for tht Turku to do but to kilt ua after we had it impeded the tultan and all lila toMteri Ljr siting tbrm a un! vrrtlty jell, bill after we had been con fined In a tori of Jail nrtr night, dad and I bad a heart to heart talk, and my diplo macy saved in for the time being. I toll dad that what we wanted to down to tell the- Turin that dad rrprrientcd the American people, and had a commu nication lo make to the sultan person ally, which would make him rkh and happy. Well, tay. they bit like a baa,nd the neat day they took ui before the tul Ian, at the palace...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 11 August 1905

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE,! PubllHlivtd ISvery Krlilisy. -nv- I TUB TKIIIUNU I'RINTINO CO. 1 H. It. IIAII.KY, lUlltor. .1 J. L. llOKPEAt'X, Huslness Mgr. tj Subscription In Advance. One Copy, One Yesr ll.oo, I'none 96. HtlDAY, At'OIIST II, 100.-.. The Wetlsrllle pipers are want ing in know the whcreabntJ of Dr. trailer the psliils tooth ex- . trntiof who forgot tu settle hU ad wrtivinf; bill" with them. InnnadJressatthe I'm 1 Ohm taurpM Siturdsy Itav. Him Jonf praised President Kaoserelt In the following strong terms:"We have the grtndcst, noblest, Ood fearing iiinu In this country, or that has ever been known In history, (or President ol the t'nlted States. He 1 the mutt popular, mot loved man In all nation or climes." I Wabash Time Table : Burlington Time Table IIooih!. Less., SI. IMil. A.rlfsln Mnntjfim,: .l. S -4 01 ft. tn II 21 ft. m ..l-7:Jp. 10 Wr-is.lkvin Vfc I.-.I-IS p. m Vl. tt? Wft m . N.v --A:l h m East tloatul tjpntp Viiii!lttrf , Na.sllr.sjp. at. ... M p. m IJ ?. n p m inillf...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 11 August 1905

COUNTY NEWS Tlio '1'KiiiUNit WimtH CorruNpomluiitH In (ill 1'iittH of Muutuoiuury County, Union Horns, Most o( llio farmer In this part of the country uro busy plowing for wheat. Misses Nclllo Ilnrncn and Lula Duttun, Messrs Recce Ssholl nnd Dick Button returned Friday from the Christian Convention at Mo Vsnc. All report a good time. Mrs. Julius Drown Is visiting at William Darncs' thin wreck. School opened at Union Mon--day, with Miss l'age ns teacher. Mm. I'labc Clare of Montgom ery City, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Sheets. Mis Mary Maupln visited at II. I'. Harrison's Sunday. Emraett Sailor bought a horso from Charlie lllbbcrt Monday, Ucorge Uentlcy of (llasgow apent a few days, with relatives here last week. Hamhi.kr. A Touching Story, la the saving from death, of the baby girl of Geo. A. Eyler, Cum berland, Md. Ilowritest "At the ago of It months, our llttlo girl was In dccllnlnit health, with se rious throat trouble, nnd two phy sicians Kavu her up. Wo wero al most In despair...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 11 August 1905

xux. latMiomAVT. A fu'h llf'V tfr.mlfrsnt, flat rrwJ it unknown ad licJM oq ttv htt e( cltin t Lt. Il dti nat brirr .itt er.t riitf act ai rt t'wn tti tctiria tt turtt-i ! btck. Jilt vpt art ' wr e4lJ. U tray t tsotrtilck. txcta teU? Tl.i tratt trr In hU ). No loubt hi fnit thi fortltn ifctr A :c4 r :rrt surtiit. Ah. fxib .itltt lmr!ffril, Wnt u'm wir to 14 tojou? Ift-M j t itvttha work waillftt Aui t.j tn Lusbtt trtwt On-! u-k tt jriu Mt you r hff. Ani: "t lit tim ton rtmj m iannot Uk n dolUr bftCk, t. iitr. Urfif-. -II I.ttJburj Wt.iftit. Is N T TlfCM. f Tr-E NEW I i SERVANT l Dy C. B DUR.CIN. t Ml I1KO yur pardon!" I O. don i apologue," ull Cya- ..m, maumy i tuppus toai your just-and wro'e the a lrrrllrant far 1 servant lie a a curate, I lit Bolt" ' Yr r faltered Mrs. Fatterne. "That account for It. Who eoull poiilbly be grammatical on th Income )( a curate? It would t unklnl to ir'.t ! ' .Mrs. Pattern was only humane. "Ua it- not expect a scream Is lean tola plars In correct one...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 11 August 1905

tall .4. .21 V WIDE TIRES FOR ROADS. Iui).rOTement of tha ItlghwaTa Al most Impossible While Narrow Tires An Vied. Mr. J. M. llrltkell. civil engineer ol Mcmprjls, Is I ho author of a bill In troiluccil In (no Tcnncset! legislature, which haa for Its object the rciculllritf d me niiiin or urea on tculclca. It 11 coiiltmtcil by those. Him have ttuilltil the, snhject from n scientific olnt of view that the hccl ueil on vehicle ct varlnu klml make or mar the roumrjr roaj, pike or the city afreet. The anbject of alreet maklni! an! strict l.ulhllns la one that haa Lcen atmllcil for many )cara, ami a correct Molullon wouM mean the aavlng. i f much money lo all the cltlra and Mate of tula country. rictrntlltc men have tno.te leata hlch how that wlile llrta on liraty traffic t mien, oro amorE the bell mail tnak- tra known to tnnilcrii tlmra. The wlilef tho surface of the tire, the better It la Tin: L'uui'AiuTivi: ti:it. for lha road. Narrow Urea not only cjji me roailtml, but Increase the b...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 11 August 1905

mm i H0A1E CIRCLE DEPARTMENT. t'lcai it tiering Ittvcrlca.A Column Dedicated to Tlrtd Mutters as They Join the Home Circle at Evening Tide, CHVUli TIIUUailTS FROM TUB EDITORIAL PEN. "tint, u.pw'f fv "ianre walls Hv!rlj . ,,i, tnrrs 1 ..-. siut KtlOliI ll.me l .In .reellm. es.u, VII. -il wtl'i -iri isitl.elie.iM sal If linlMeii ll.im- ' r ' iit'fii!ifiii ashing lerulli lit hisilsli ."sue u. 11 1P . r , I. 'i tl. im t IlltS Wm t l m itiirr's fit l hit 11.' ll.t - . i n.eii ly n..f nl ei.n. llrirsli i .-llilm tiirnnYsf ht Hone sr-iretusliewriejii le.in. Vfh.-i II.. hI. vtfiwhlntlllii oii'ln. r H f Vint II. . . Willi ltir lumt-rt. Nisi i ivtiitfWitm' t'l fevl 1I.V llfti v Hittl rtftljr tiwrit. - . . r Iv's iinr h.fc lo Imtt H." sensitive children usually cultivate ' uuroiisciou-iv ano moinri a uis- l n - f hi , , , ... . . ' farewells spoken, nnsltlnn. Thn nhlM will lift .ml 11 i nnd melancholy It thn mother flsh ami complain. It the) ; rhlld I Independent and sclf.re-i i limit often un...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 18 August 1905

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE SIX GOLD WATCHES GIVEN AWAY Read the Conditions of our Popular Ladies Contest. -:- -:- MIRMIDffJUmniT- 0 Is the Best in the County, at Prices that Cannot be Duplicated AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM OF MKRIT VOL. XIII. NO. 4. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1905. 1.00 m Local News Miss Htta Foster visited frlonde arrenion iui wees. Bcllflowor li to hfe a one day Automatle grain ana seed sepa- Walter Skinner of 8t. Lou It la ltl.1.. Mkl.ftlvM I.J.M M M.W. I. O. Falrchlld spent a few days or. ijouis inia ween on Business. Mlii Carrie Pulllam of St. Loula the guest ot Mr. J. L. Barker Nil Ora Marlow want to 8t. a mlllprnrv houss. MIm Mollis Oolden ol St. Loula -.l-.l ..I.I, I..-- with f.Umta Save money by getting your vuir.. niiDm iuu w in lib irum D. HNETHRM. Mr. and Mrs. 8am Wlrag and an i n.iiiirir inn n i.iini m .in... Miss Pearl Wylle returned from eib'nucu viau wiin ner aiaior ra. Clarence Crebba In Loula- nuj m )iuuuu vi u.Kiuji puwugi t i . i . . lu ill'...

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. — 18 August 1905

THE TRIBUNE. mot Tiiint'KK ritiHTiso co. UO! mac r-our.iiY, . i masi masouni. EConihct, vho until a thort times agulvat prim nitiMwr-r Franc. II plytlclan and la again practicing hi Brofctelosti ' f iioMii: .fttiAhh. i1k"ioiiiu plate of the ramoad king,, Tom aitf'nr'lA'4MV?arnM'.. th taster, la a clrrk In the pension al Washington. filiate or ran lit-1 ac'lub called Ilie 'American women's Club." They have furnlsht-l a rlntelioMe.'-whtcWis conducted ! ectiJ'.'UK fi't flab. lrVncotft'llii' r?oor'i a llaman daiV llni'mliira a pchaaht hat discovered at Mend Ijitsrv, In Ihr south ol r'raacev t.iturul a casket rontalnlm colas, i)tlf In Ul third cenlury. At Ofaialntown. Bnuth Africa, ralr ol'ostriclics were sold recently for IS,f"'W bleb la a record price. Tho flucklys from the chlcka of tlio pair walfrrtl from M to H:,iu a bird. A niatnnlih lota of time on Ma bvnd haa figured that Kj.hou.ovO li lift tit on abt In Itndou inch year lie further ruup' tiat over ;.fvoO of thli atn'ii'nt la for...

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. — 18 August 1905

X0XS Of 7SB UKXXOWV. TTitra wm ft tiftllleflf li whre mrrtadi Uy, Soma dttdly cund4. mnny thousand v And 'with a burning J ml through all Ibt land lDrni tt hot courUr, many a namt Ibty lor, t Ppoktn ttr Victory In l.r lrumrt brtath, 'Orovpcl by I ha crlmnon Hour for dtath jYlif mnihtr nave hff nDnj lay ftritoU Ttr lf ter tiiibamt;ln tharannon'tpnlh . Otil. Ion tomM Mmi and ttit maid nt hr MfvH tl tarthriuittt ot tta tomb Wf Ihr (in retton at Mi luddcn grave, Ttlr nam'. lt reurltra bora not. Tar l 1.1 nr. Tti vu!iur hotrrrtT, mklng tueri, and Whrn lb long tlcolh-Hit came al lait II I rough! Tf-i" rnrt.lrat rdtrea il.nt brenk a myriad i"r i oi,rtrn Ifa-lfr rMfd In Malory t flf rur.tni rut fit my Vpaanon)moua. -Join Jam-n Halt, In LlrplncotlV HER IMPRACTICAL SCHEME, By BDWIN rUGH SI IK was a bright-fared little women hand)' more than girl and sho wnru a ravishing roslumo of silvery itrny. Hit hit u n wonder ami mystery, a confection of (apparently) aead autumn leaves em a furry, bluo f...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 18 August 1905

MONTGOMER Y TRIBUNE, PubllMhuti ISvory Friday. BY THD TRIHUNB PRINTING CO. K. IC. I1AILHY, Editor. J. L. UOItDKAUX, Business Mgr. Subscription In Advanoe. On Copy, Um Vnr .... ' ........ $1.00 1 Pnone 96. FKIDAY, AUGUST IS, 1005. Thn lloonvllla Itcpiihllcan sayi wht Ilia United States needs moil loan lnrrxA.ii III Ihi, number of people who own small farms noil who know how ( work ihcra prop erly. Oovcnmr Folk boarded the wrong trnln at the Ht. Louis sta tlon thn other day. Miiny mem ber ol hU party hpllevo ha made n slmlllar mistake when he order ed Sunday closing. nkgw vr'aa PBS' iBPEliVwBk -S1v' 1 Wabash Time Table BorliDton Time Table; Wt"it HniiM, tr SI. LniL. A 111 vein Mimfsmn.r. Jjo.S.-OKIs, III 1113 Ik Hi 3". p. 111 t:f i. m Sf. l-ri. p. m HI p. ru SIr';!!" H-Ma.ni !-'" P. m tillp, m Niv ll.iliiatm . . . . Ifl-lJa, m No. VI p. 111 . . . jim p. , K..I Itnuoil, Imv Vntiliomrrjr. Artlrr In m. t.iul. No. .. 11:31 p. m I.ia. m In. I3:V1n. ni.... n SMIft.tn m .. .Tllia. m .. i i p...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 18 August 1905

COUNTY NEWS The 'I'HIIIUNE WnntH CorroHpoiulonts li oil Partes of Mtiiituoniury County. Duel Items. Claudo Cahall passed through hero cnrouto to Washington Mou ldy. Mr. Elmer May oame homo Monday to visit home (olki. Mr. Cllno Estcs was In Middle town on business Monday. The Missionary Daptlets hold tholr association at Hopewell this .year. Mr. Cllno Estcs and family vis Itod Mr. John Maupln Sunday. Mr. Don Wood and wlfo ot St. .Edwards Nebraska came home Monday to visit homo (olka. Wllllo Reading loft Tucaday tor North Dakota whero ho goes 'to work In the harrcat fields. (LAST WKEK.) Aunt Kate Evans returned to hor tiomo noar Oamma after a wcok'a -visit with her daughter, Mra. J. "W. Moore. A number from hero attended 4ho picnic at New Florence Satur day. Mlaa Cora Ollmoro returned to her homo In Mont(omcry after toTcral days visit with her ooualn, -Mltn Ratio Ollmorc. The Infant child of L. P. Oaborn waa Interred In tho Hopewell ccm ctcry Saturday. Mr. and Mra. Wlntcra Waited Mr. ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 18 August 1905

r The Bad Boy and Hit Dad Arrlie In Cairo At Ibt Haul They Meet Some Egyptian Prince Dad Bide a Caml U tin Pyramlde aud Meet with Dimcultlci. iir Hon ui.'oihikw I'1:ck (Lx-i9vertio- ol iici.ln, 1'orn-er IMIlor C IVk Hun AH'tor ol "I'etka IUJ l!i el- t '0ill(ll' . Ju'l II ttsaletl Cairo. Cgypt.- My Dear Old Irl.h Vegetable- (ice, but ) ou ouabt lo we dad and I right now. at a hold, Halting lor a ihanco at a room, when a bride and groom sitt rrady lu vatate It, nnd go somewhere tti- Thl bote! Is full or married people w ho look scared when over there l a new arrival, aud I cauie pretlr near treating a panic by going Into 111 parlor ( the hotel, where a dozen tuuplea were silling around mak ing goo-goo eyes al rat li other, and get tin liehlnd a screen and, In a dlsgulied voice, thoulIBi "I know all! Prepare to defend yourself'" Thf women turned (ale ami somesald, "At last! At !' ' while othcri nut faint In Ihr head, ami Mme fell on Ihe bueoms nf their husbands and said: "Don't shoot!"...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 18 August 1905

ARE ja. E WELL ANO STROM ru i. fiiiiin'ivtirth M4 Mdi ) MM Ftti Mat H mUm mm mu Wamam Vm Waraw aTaa aaraT Vf)a WWW waaaj Thmmada upon Uioaaanda of A marl- tu Yfomaa bar tattn'reelored to health by Lydla K. PSakham't Vettta bl Coasjponad. Their letter ar on Bit IlKn, Pi ok liana' oflot, and prat thU aiaiearMa at to b a fact uil not a atr boaaU Ovetahadonln tnrieeel li the tiv of till frl metllolne, tnd compared with II all other medicine and treat, mcnt tor women ar cspe rlmenla. Why bu Ljrdla E. I'lnkham Veffo labla ompnunt acconpliahrd It n Id pread, result for (footl 7 Whi lit It llted and thrleed and done ( a-lorloua work for a quarter of a ee nliry ? M tuple and surclr because, cf IU ster ling; north. The reason no nlhrr med icine Isaaesen appruacbeO lti tiicee le plainly and pnoftltelr liecaiise lliera la iiosWher medicine In the world o good for women I1U. The) wonderful power of f.jrilla K. Plnkbam'a Vrffctable Compi)und orar tho disease nf .imnatiklnd I not be eauie It i a s...

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. — 18 August 1905

if i iGQSOQCOOfiQftOQOQOOQC The Great Montgomery Street Fair Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, October 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7. LARGER AND BETTER THAN EVER More Horses, more Corn, more Stock, more Fruits, more Fabrics, more Amusements. In fact more Fun and a better time is assured to one and all. Jot it down least you forget the date. October 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th. Five Big Days. ...HOME CIRCLE DEPARTMENT... Plttstnt Evening Reveries. A Column Drdlcaltd to Tired Mothers as They Join the Home Circle Ml Evening Tide. CRUDE THOVQMTS FROM TUB EDITORIAL PES. T1 t lilk ! '. c 4rn .,tkkll llluK Tlfr'i to" Jvr in rrth if lw-w. TUn- . fc". s UrWrtf w TS. rr'. h4 l.l(f, Ye. n .K Tl- rr b.ilir.rdtftlK. birth. 711 ralhrr' atllM. Mlwut auan In 11 " Xothlcg permanent was rrel Kftlnrd In business, friendship or loir by insincerity of word or act. Not Infrequently tee moth rr, who mentally unci physically nr.UKonlir Ih-lr diui:hlers, ilut en pfWllfitfi of bring the spiritual guide of...

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