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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 25 August 1905

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. SIX GOLD 1ATCIES GIVENAWAY Read the Conditions of our Popular Ladies Contest. -:- -:- IURJ0BDEPA8TI9T 0 Is the Best in the County, at Prices that Cannot be Duplicated AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM OF MERIT VOL. XIII. NO. 4. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1005. f 1.00 ,JJlc. Local News Get ready for the Street Pair. Howard Rodgers o! St. Louie Dem ouuuaj iicre. Seven cakee of tcnox soap (or cU. at CUHtiMAN'a. I. O. Fatrchtlds returned Batur . - ..I . I . ... A 1 1 1 all Mn. O, M. Leone rd of High Hill Miee Maud Palrchllds of Dan- A great variety of canned meat Ml) May Cassllyot St. Louis ii DfDuiUK nrr iivaiiun ncia hi inn W. W.Worley le In New York Mlie I'crtna Oarber of Warren rn this rir. Miss Marguerite Harrlsof Welle- Jnu. Hunter went to 8t. Louie 1 ... 1 . l 1 . V. ueiuay w spenu a ween wwi rvi Mlss.a Eileen Kirk and Dottle nursaay snopiimir. J.J. Chadwlek bought out J. M. Mat nw.'i lntar..fct In thn 1-rslrlf. Fresh Plih. . - Mr. August Sundhart re- M...

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. — 25 August 1905

nt: THinrxB i'Huti.io co. -tr 'Ibe Iirlllih Mcdicad-Juumal atterif that, men's necks are longer than they 1111 O.Jrl. , , aijinsiir"wHiici- jrnnTrieniiv gof.thtt headline ViM About Isib stell MtliUU fn'-iitldh4' etr pen toetlla about the prominent citizen. I . - . iy,tary In the world ifmr. in uiiii uiiinoncii. in l'dmc. ny'fttMAlHili More- than JW piiblica' torn In all .languages re lating 10 ihe port " s . tt.i J 1 1 1 In IMiiyaK II Is Outlaw that all drunken VruM shall be taken to their BtmifsV Ih'tnlrlltifce provided at lheYpenc-''C,f the? publican who Hold lb- i 1. lun'vlue. Tho liritYsh urmy e I'inell haa decid ed M' diiAAiiiniie ehe ctpcrlmcnt nf j rotldtJi nwulls with artificial teeth, Tin soi.Unt .woull nut pay for Iht Ir tell as agr'"!. out of Heir pay of 21 eer.ii a d-iv, nnt when ihe military nithorl'lt s' tried to maho tbmi tliey iltiriee!.w'ieih and all Th-ro art- in all isi members In the Imperial family uf Japan, Inclusive of 11 marrlt-l fiolfiur widowed princess-e-i...

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. — 25 August 1905

wmwM Tha Sxt Boy and Hit Sail Climb till Fyramlda Tht Bad Boy Light! a Cannon Crecktr In Bamttet' Toinb They ITlta from Egypt In DU fjultt. nr Hon. nwraiB w. ri:cic, i(i:-ilcvernor of Wisconsin. Former 1MI lor of "Peck's Hun." Author of "Peck's lla.1 IIM," i:tc.) (l'ci')lllht, 1305, by Joiiph II. llOWles) Cairn, llgypt. Mr Iir Old Ucezcr: 1 Irak off my last letter In tight of llio pyramids, w Urn I ni left alone on toe 4leeert, my Jackass having stampeded with the catnelt, on account of my fire work, and I prcsumo you think 1 wa nil In, but I cot to the pramldi before the ttnmped'd caravan ilhl, I raw a car coining along, and 1 Just got aboard and In ten minute I wat at Ibo base of the big pyramid, nnd I tic camel with dad on between tho humps, una humping himself half a mil away, trying logot there, and tho other camels, with Iho Arabs, wcr stretched out Ilka hemes In a race, behind, and my Jackasiwus rlKht next to dad' camel, brut Ins and occasionally kicking dad' camel In the sla...

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. — 25 August 1905

MONTGOMERY Hubllnlitxl livory Friday. or TMI! IttlBUNB PRINTING CO. It. II. DAU.KV, Editor. J. I.. UOIIDEACX, Uusinett Mgr. Subscription In Advaneat- On Copy, One Year . 1 1.00 Ikouc 90. Fill DAY, At'OL'ST IS, 1903. An Italian ha Invented ma chine called the "Tesrerografo" for stamping, issuing and telling lallfoad ticket. CmTinmakt r roniplalu that their work make them melancholy but It may be tome consolation to them to know that they get as much lun out of It n anybody. Dv display ol tact In re- celvlnt? and Introducing the repre- aentatlves ol two warring natlont; by hi keen appreciation of the situation and hla sagacious and sensible method of handling an extremely delicate Ituatlon, Pres ident Kooeevrlt has again demon strated hi marked ability at a afe, rone creative chief magistrate, statesmen and diplomat. Central Mlsiourl Republican. Walter William), one of the stand pat Democrat and tome time mentioned for governor In IH, say the people are tired of worshiping Folk and th...

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. — 25 August 1905

COUNTY NEWS Tho Thihunu WuiitM CorruMpoiidunlH In (ill I'nrtx of Montgomery County. Hickory Wood. Several from hero nttunden the plculo at Warrcnton last Hatutday, Miss Olgs. and Myrtle Wlcks 4rom and Miss Ella Hremracr ol -St. Loula TUItcd Mli Lena En jjel last Wednesday and Thurs--day. Miss Lena Kngcl who has been -rl ailing relative! at Warrenton returned last Sunday evening. Several from here attended the -how at Montgomery City lat Monday. Mr. James Hunter had a fine cow killed by lightning last Wed neiday. A Touching Story. I the saving from death, of the baby girl of Oeo. A. Kyler, Cum berland, Md. He writes: "At the age of tl months, our little girl "waa In declining health, with se rious throat trouble, and two phy slclans gave her up. We wero al raoit In deipalr, when we. resolved to try Or. Klng'i New Dlaeovery (or consumption, coughs, coldi. The flrtt bottle gave relief; after taking four bottlea ahe wna cured, and la bow In perfect health." .Never falli to relieve and c...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 25 August 1905

I! ! (I LOST T2 POUNDS. fM Tut Dilftlnf Into Ut Fstal Stlrst I Kidney Skknill. Pr: Mtlvln M. PS. Psgo Optic) Co , Erie, Pa,, write! "Taking- too many loci drink In New York in sent ma home with a le-rrlblo attack uf kid ttay trouble. 1 liacf aruta congestion. nnarp pain in ma back, licadachca andallncksof dlrtl- ne. My rye far out, and with the languor and slecp lcvuee of the ills- raw upon we I waited (mm 194 to in pound. At the lltiml started u.lng Doan' Kidney l'llll n abccs wo forming on my right Mducy. Tl4 trouble wa iulclc1y checked, liawever. and the treatment cured me, n that I l.ave teen well sinco lt'A and wclifh Ml pounds." lV-i.T-Ml.burn -.., lluITaht, Jf. V. I'or ealu ljr ml driit-t-Uts. I'rl.o, (0 Ci nil vr but, SICK HEADACHE , iPrnlllrMrcnrfd by I AADTTDC ' t-M' ' LAM tlV nrraiMKSmtt sagas . Itrcj IWJ rippcptu. la- jlrD Ir-Jlll..-. A Ht rtt IVLn If I fll;2ui.:;nvj, PILLS. 1 u tjh I 11 ajaj la t' J Honlti. Chotrd : gfl Tww.e Pun In the u, i1 Iru'lll!! UVUL tlcj tegtue ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 25 August 1905

n. i GOOD ROADS IN IOWA. VTlat That Slat la Doing to Xmprovs tbt Highways In Ratal Districts. fno loaa hWlmar commission re rciflr liflel at Ilia Iowa Halo -ollct;a anlnsiltiitu (or I ho training road of. firsts In liullillnx and taring (or iDa li!ajiwas u( I lie flair, and the- sllmu- ltiJcltett to the Interests of nood roaili ll pruto of lasting krnrnt lo tho atali. I'rul. V. II, Dlcrrr.non, In male- Inif re-port or Iho Inilltute. ssyst "In loa l!ni are approximately lOO.itoO nillca ( public ruaila for tho malnte riafro of which Hi enormous sum of iid.OOO In road lair la raited each ealr. In addition lo mulct lax moor) If Ihla money nnro arlcnro and IIIJAll I! "11)111" tlt'l.'l) TOll'llKII nr iiii.M;it (klllrd In luitneas inrthoda, a lire tu lien Inlrust.'d Willi the alfalra of print till.- Incsi roncern". U oul. be entirely isissltilo tit nulntaln cury mile of roaiUay In tho at.He In snocl e-omlllloii nmli gradually to build hard aurfarea nl" c tho main truwl-.1 road without tnn ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 25 August 1905

The Great Montgomery Street Fair Tuesday. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday am Saturday, OCTOBER 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th, 1 90S. 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 3, 4, J, 6 arid 7. Five Big Days. FARMERS PARADE , - COMIO PARADE Kirit I'ramium. ...... $2.1.00 Xt"liK--1- 'r"1 -,rc,,,M,m - $1.U0 .Si-nond Premium ..... 15.00 "UKMDHpHE , Second Premium ... 10.00 Third Premium 10.IN) MkMUfii Third IWiiiim 5.00 ...HOME CIRCLE DEPARTMENT... Pleasant Evening Reverie. A Column Dedicated to Tired Mothers as They Join the Home Circle at Evening Tide, crude TIIOUOHTS PROM the editorial pen. A IM.MIV HIMI. M'l.t slllli, .ni.tin..ll.pinr, .My I.Hift, liatl.f Lit ' Mleli.i 1 1.M f al It I ll-ttti1 .Hiil.it I'll rtalit His imaii.lriii snaiif I Otfiiv, l.iy, sitil Is-sr lit- iLil'lf .h Vint r.l a l.l.lil.-. Intl.r.lr,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 September 1905

. . 1 t yb WATCHS MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. tUKJOBDEPARTMENT AWAY Is the Best, in the County, at Prices that Cannot be Duplicated Read the Conditions of our Popular Ladies Contest. -:- -:- AN ADVERTISING MSDIUU OF MERIT VOL. .XIII. NO. 47. MONTGOMERY CITY, MO., FRIDAY, SKFl'EMHElt 1. 11)03. 1 (M A VKAH jl.W M AllVANCK. Local News Dr. Miller, the optician, filled ale data at Bellllower Monday. Wanted chlckene and mi. eash Br trade at Cushman's. II. O. Begeman and family of tar Bellflower visited here Bun- ay. The Meilco bell team defeated the Shamrock team at Wcllsvllle Wednesday by a icon of 6 to 3. Hoyden Johnson of the Stand ard foroa apent Saturday and Sun- ay with homtfolki at vandelia. Jnst received nice lot of Import ed Japan china ware cheap at vunimAn a. Mr. Maggie Skinner came up rom St. Loul Sunday to visit friends and rclatlTci here a few daya. Mm. Mary Renil returned to her home In St. Leult Saturday after i short visit with friends and rel atives here. M. L. Mozlo7 wife and c...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 September 1905

- , .n-K. , .-V.T x.;f.jri-x..,. i'JP.W,',.i a t.u.i'in'.jjp'.yv :,v,v m -V- .pcV;v. f,.'.f , i-'-s1-' iwa- jmjg.hm is K1 rablMH Mr Till TIIIMtK rMItl!0 CO. t.irlah tomtit itlintdir It eomp't rfjrr for friends In be absolutely Igifarant of their age. rcorftitf-v's 'HyfJtJ4irlnr. "tha Rfed to tnranH.U tae cklcr causa .m.fmrllnN1 fl- wWd Insist 01 dtpse." eaMon of all milk. vaccinator W "Mleit nXcTlrniorl tied frwr. AtitM, Irl .-lie J.-'.ilcl uu tljilJ hit b-n vatclratcd for, the last three, tour, hi ' 1 " v ' ' A BriVn i(K6r Isys It down that the'plann shoulit nefer be used by eh'M virfaVr'H' years of ore. Out cf ! giilnsino pAiyed before the agi i t l: ho fypnd ,tsi casee of nervous disease y. Th "HfisnVS of the Hrt Devils" It as Itumt of tre situated In the renter of a huge kiko of boi'log mud anj I nt .n.Java. tlaset inu from the k.wer depths and form enormous bub o'cs In -ve sticky mti't. which smw and lncs,iio until they attain a dl ii!nfr id 10 or rtt teet These bu i.les at" if...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 September 1905

A Misplaced I Infatuation By W.LL REED DUN ROT. T OVK I a Terr ttrang thing, I j whether It be la novel r Jutt Sere Is plain, proiilc Chicago. Then it no tailing how It l going to affect (bote who catch the disease, It It 1 dlseaee, hum scientists efflrm, and the antlct It malice' people do are legion. To eome lore comet like a Hidden bunt ot sunlight, and after that the world becomes a perfect heaven or a perfoct place of torment, according aa to how the one luted treats the one toting. Homo learn tu love gradually and there arc thnso who ear thla li the host plan, ai lure thua developed laila the longer, lie that as It may, the etory folkiwlng la ono that dealt with the sudden sunburst lore and the attendant melodramatic cone quencct. Walter Graham la tin hero of the tale, and In this cae he happena to be a young clerk Ith a mlarr which It barely adequate fur hit own necce alllea and tho few iltsslpatlone lit which ho Indulge. Once In awhile he take a trip across the lake of a Hun...

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. — 1 September 1905

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. PtibllHtied Every Friday. BY TUB TKIilUNU PRINTING CO. It. K. BAIL.KY, Kdltor. J. I.. IIOKDEAI.'X, Business Mgr. Wubacrlptlon In Advaneo. On Copy, One Year .. , tt.oe I'none 96. FRIDAY, sr.PTEMHKK I, 1005. Whru la the nonpartisan police hoard find home rule that Oor. Folk will going to give St. Louis. Itrtrnl developments Indicate that he not only want n Democratic police hosrd but a Folk Democrat ic police board. Franklin County Tribune. This thing of Missouri going He pullcan Inst year beats ererythlng State Senator Warnell ol Clay county raUcd DO bushels ol wheat thl years to the acre. Who ever heard ot such a crop In the yeara of Democratic supremacy? Macon Jtepubllcan. I'resldcnt Itoosevelt continue! to be the American whom the peo ple bed like to hear. Wherever ho goes he It received with pleas ure and listened to with the cloieit attention. The i'realdeot says something on every occasion. Central Missouri Itepubllcan. i'rctldent Itoosevelt went down in the...

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. — 1 September 1905

COUNTY NEWS Tito TutHUNI'. VVimtn Corroponilont In (ill l'(irtn of MotitKomory County, Boar Crook, Minn Martha Hampton bought a now bdggy Saturday. Mm, J. II, Spencer lulled rela tives In St. Loul last Saturday mod Sunday. Abraham Pricker of Highland III. Wilted relative here last week, Wm. Drenton In building a , lire room house onthoplacoha recent purchased from II. V. Johnson. Wm. Tecota who lias been vis iting relatives In this vicinity re turned to his homo near Columbia latt Wednesday. Harry Hpenccr of St. Louis vis ited his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. II, Spencer last week. Mrs, Anna Gercy and children returned to their home In St. Louis It last Saturday after an extended visit with relatives In this local ity. rmi nensicK now rides in a new rubber tired buggy. The old-fashioned hop at Jack Bowles' last Wednesday night was well attended and a jolly time Is reported. Bob Yeager of St. Louis bought team of horse from Henry Houke last Wednesday. He paid $.100 for them. It was report...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 September 1905

BAd Boy Describee a Trip on the Sum Canal He Ooe Up Through Gibraltar In an Elevator Ha Out- lines a Olicmntle Plan, (or tht Cap ture of tbt British rortreaa. IV HON IIKOItUK v ri:cK fb'a-Ootrrnor of Wlm cnaln, Knritaf H-I- nor vr "jtk Hun.- -tumor ot I'Nk'i Had lur," Kiel ( - iw a' i. IK I.) Jiifrj't. It Ilaw.re) Gibraltar, in 11 a In and lltml.ind.- 11 Ivor Tostrr Uncle- It seems go-! tu get somewhere lhat yon can heat tho lliiKlish lanRuat!" spoken bjr the Irlfh, nn'l Ihe lltigllah soldlera ore ne-irly nil lrtti. When yua think ul tin way lh llrltlnti guvrrmnent treat lh lrlib, and then Jim ItMtk on while u orderly sergeant i alU the roll uf o itimtativ. ami find thil nine nut u( ten answer to Irish names, and only one nut nf ten hod the cot kney accent, you feel that the Irish oughl to rule Kng Unit, ami an ) llourke nr en O'Hhan nnujr should take the place of King Kdward. It make a laiy who waa brought no In an Irleh war. I In Amr lul feel like lit waa al home to Ml. Mb Ilrl.la...

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. — 1 September 1905

ONK CROP PLAN UNSAFE. Katlci! Mvmlfl'eatlon Ha Ttoiti the StUr Way for the Tanner, Prof mill e farmer, ever alert for Ibi unit and lot, have dlerussetl both Ides of the question of dlverslfi ratio versus spcclallellon. Karri con cluilo i Is doubltrss lnnnl upon Individ aim ids and lapablliflcs. 1 lie spirit of the t vorhlng through the law of the ill lalon of labor points to Iho ad vanta n accruing to him hu"doeaon thine nd does that writ." Continuity nt col cntrallon counts. The man who flada ila proper sphere, and atlcks to It, vitrei Is. The man wllta to many Irons n Iho tire utlen hums his (In efts. On lie othfr hand, nature seems to protn t at overproduction of auv ont of hei species. Too many hens, for ex ampli do not thrive together, fix rlusli i crops arc followed by diseases and ojsaaur. Nature ttrlvt always to prcscri a balance and aa In In ternatloual life permits no husky member of the family loo much power, , Tha eastern former divides his do lnaln)1nto tcnacre fields, ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 September 1905

The Great Montgomery Street Fair Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday ss Saturday, OCTOBER 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th, 1905. 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. FARMERS PARADE Iirst Premium, ..... Second Premium -Third Premium - Jot it down least you forget the date 15.00 10.X October, 3, 4, J, 6 and 7. Five Big Days. COMIC PARADE First Premium -, $15.00 Second Premium - ... . 10.00 Third Premium ....... 5.00 ...HOME CIRCLE DEPARTMENT... Pleasant Evening Reveries. A Column Dedicated to Tired Mother as They Join the home Circle at Evening Tide. CRUDE THOUOHTS FROM THE EDITORIAL PEN. IV TUK OATH Inn ml. f la" rni'l .! In, Will. ui.li( i.l.-l Mil. Mill. lik'liir lt fl ltr rt.Ull wrl wlll.il.sl In t li fr.lmr. itf llw rf iiIik I htrsitMrn n lir .ll. tlriiinmliit with wrr il.lntjr Hum. On II.. lilll.rl.j ll-irlr. AIMn wnliesn'IrhiwnM lttt IiI.i.m.11. ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 September 1905

MONTGOMERY TRIBtfNE. S1I GOLD WATCIES GIVEN AWAY Read the Conditions of our Popular Ladies Contest. -:- -:- IUR JOB DEPARTMENT Is the Best in the County, at Prices that Cannot be Duplicated AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM OF MERIT VOL. XIII. NO. 48. MONTGOMERY CITY, MO., FRIDAY, SliPTiSMHEH 8. 1005. $1.00 1.1 AIIVA.NCK. Local News Judgo Clark li ilok. Mr. Jim Keller U very III ol appendicitis. For sale a good milk cow. It. II. Bailbt Mr. and Mr. W. W. Ilammack apeut Sunday la Bt. Louli. J. L. Bordeaux pent Saturday and Sunday In 81. Louie. Fresh lot ofohlna waro Just re ceived at Cuh man'. Sea It. Mr. Matt Brandenburg want to St. Loula Saturday morning, Misses Ollrs Drown and Lena llrelsford spent Sunday In St. Loula. Born to Forest Brltt and wife Thuraday morning Aug. :iHt. a lino girl. MUi Marguarette Kerwin haa deea engaged to teach the Amerl cu ichool. Tom Gibson and Hugh l'aiton apent a tew daya In Kansas City the tlrat pnrt o! the week. Oyster season beglna with thla month, 21b. can Cov...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 September 1905

namrniTimrt raMlstir-l Ur ; TIllHl'NK IIIMTISC. CO. - 11 ' .11 - ill. kdy'i new p-.'stirgee-tMnipa were do- ilrAed by tho painter Mlchctll. All (hMc of blither denomination havo DoNrtH of, Victor Uinmaniicl. i .cllbscni.of thr.,t!nlted Htatc I Drill,). .. since Iho enactment of llu) ritual naturalization ordinance) lu "Are your glaasoe insure-d?" If not, tke-y nftjr lieitorMh.iiiinll nn of (1 i year- ANer York T-onrcrn hat J'nt ttaVllshiil,,th!, the.atctt phato .if tbo Initiranrr business. Whin a Japanem on Iho l'aclrlc coast (citi a cablegram containing the one w ird "Hoihlitikacro" hi' packt up an I starfa for Japan nt ouco t'i take hl pltO In I1u tank. The discovery thai the bulkheads." In n of the newrtt HrtlliU warship! am perfectly molest In rctltt sea wi Icr pminn'iu rliil.le In a re-cent In spection eif.-lhe channel licet. A Hue caul? ranch of ceil) acres, rear i;ilgaty. Alberta. llrlll!i Cottim Ma. hat be-on bought for IHWiOO t7 President Smith. of tha Mormon t'Yirrli, in! ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 September 1905

THE DOVE OF PEACE it Has Finally Found an Alighting Place at Portsmouth. Peace M:de Possible By (he Wise ly Considered Magnanimi ty of the Japanese. Russia Won a Diplomatic Victory ana saved Her Rouble; Japan Won a Moral Victory end Saved Thousand of Liven. Proldent Rooievtlt Hat Won (or llinutll and Country the Woild's Commendation. Tha Wnrlt if I'nltlaa lb Tfrnlr I'eeca li.tu shape MII in be I'rttreeilrd Will. Portsmouth, N. It., Aug. 30. Tht conference has errltcd l couplcto ac cord on all questions. The Japanese yielded practically ev erything. They accepted tin lluislaik ultimatum, no Indemnity and a divi sion u( Sakhalin without payment of redemption money, "II irriui Inrrrdlhle, I dan'l be lies any elber Minn In mr vlarr iimild bare dared tu hiiitp fur the Imaalbltllr nf lirece wh llti ronill llitne tie bale Juat pureed to." U 1 11 li. v ii.n m i:i in' Jnr, Urn Tliretr Tbrlr llala In Ibp Air Mnd -Aulweu Hrit. Portimoiilh, . It., .Mix. 30. A erne of ureal excitement followed t...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 September 1905

MONTGOMERY TMBUNL PubllMhod Kvsry Krltluy. BY TMC TRIHUNB PRINTING CO. It. II. IIAILF.Y, Editor. J. L. HOHDKAUX, UualnessMgr. subscription In Advanea. On Copy, On Year . li.o pnan 90, FRIDAY, SKI'TEMBF.RH, 1905. A number of Eastern nnwpap err nrr illrcunointt lha c,uetloo, why Missouri went Republican at thr l-l olrrtloti. A morn pertin ent query wniilil be, why ho ever went Democratic. O. D. An Opinion ol Uvani. The Glasgow MIourlan, a Dcmncrnlln paper, ay, In regard to the decision of Judge Evan on the old soldiers, votei "Judgo Evans' dccl-lon, thnt Inmate! of old soldiers' home iliould not bo entitled to vote, ha given him an unenviable notoriety, and I an other evidence of hl unfitness for the leadership of the Democratic parly In the state. Tho Oorernor ought to give Kvane a Job where hi peculiar talent would not serre to make hi party unpopu lar." Ibanon Republican. Loyal to Mlitourl, A Carthage. Mo., dlspttoh sayn Albeit II. Daniel, of Jaiper county, la the moat loyal of nil...

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