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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 13 October 1905

THE STORY OF ASKAKUS. Arrets lr. wooded border rod A,evlierrmne. ' A l.sllad on tu bearded Hps. A ic.sc upon hit lnc. fxnnJ Mm came a plooeer Who drtnmsd a golden dream, At.J tulil csbln In I tit wild, UrilJe muddy atream. II, fouM the f!Mtit and Ih drought. Tie aatase, sod the toast, Tr, ir'0!n foiral scales withdrew, lilt sar.Ii it-patch Increased. t-,r eierr IM'tlt Ihot hi met Al iK M we.lward road Taosrslr.a of wheal ar.d two of rjt, Ar t motif cum ht towed His name I'M vanished like Hit dew lit r.r thn insmlng tun, lul ami Mi dauntless spirit lives Li estry neld h won II. irt.li no hri of cart en atone, THs trate, unselfish man, Arvx ' '" monument, 1 match II lf)oucn. M a Irtlng. In llanr'a Weekly. The Legs of the Honorable Cat $ By CLARENCE L. BttOWNXLL, Jt l(li: ll'I'AI NIIIAI lit el In Japan In the guid "II l J) when Japan - 1U tnt.i IIm ha.t t .In..!. t "I WW, t! n nil Iho klnda of rasrs that th 'u ' jus subjects tit the shngiiii w-tro a! i crcstc tvcrnnitig from intir rer ...

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. — 13 October 1905

MONTGOMERY TWWNL lubllahed Every Friday. BY rne tribune printing co. R. II. BAILEY, Editor. I. L. BORDEAUX, BuilnestMgr. Subscription In Advance ilH Coar. Oh Year ii.aa PflOM OA. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1005. ( AWADH COHT'D MOM lit FAOB.) What la the matter with Joe Folk? It It stated that he hii de cllnrd an lorltation to address a woman's club In Kansas, lias ho fearthat he ha forfeited his In fluence with such organUttlons, or Is It because they did not hare the price for his services? Joe' work comes high, but In this case It docs (rem that no desires It, and It would appear lhat his usefulness even among his own kind, It rap Idly and prematurely waning;. Watchman. Advocate. Republican Reunion. It Is proposed to have a gather ing of Republicans of Southeast Missouri at some central point, at Cape Olrardeau or I'oplar Bluff, to talk over living Issuta and pres ent conditions. Such a meeting could not fall to do good If, with the distinct understanding that at uch meeting only measure...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 13 October 1905

COUNTY NEWS Tlte THIIIUNK Wants CorroHpundentt In nil I'urtH of MontKomery County. High Hill Items. Constance & Kruegar shipped -out two csrlosd of stock Tuesday Bight. Mrs. A. II. Druncrt uf JonctuurK wan tin) Kucit of Mm. M. J. Miliar .Sunday. Hlmon and Ilounln lluhrneycr -who nro attornllng C. W. C. at Warrcnton spent Saturday and -Sunday with their parent at tlila placo Uarry Stewart and wlfo of New Florence spent a few hour hero last Wednesday. Charley Qotd ha purchased a tot from I-' I Coffman and will soon erect ii flnoreslilencu. Mrs. Ilenti returned tn hur homn In Ohio Saturday niter several yceks visit hern with tier (laughter. Mr. ii ml Mrs. Overaircet and dauKhter Pearl were the iriicals uf Mrs. Kute llurton S.nnl.iy. Wo will hear tho chlim- of wed dlnK bells in the near future, and we will tosn one of our bells. Dr. Whenlrr was called to 8t. Louis last Tuesday on Imdiien. Alt Llchtu of lilt; Spring Is thu Kucft of Artie Davidson and family tills week. Miss Kate Illa...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 13 October 1905

AWFUL NEUMIC1A Mr. rrrThvaM Ha Shctn-I Oa Mat But Dr. William" Pink Pin Curat! Him. "It -rat l.V a mlrait that Dr. WiUiMue' link rillt ahoaM hat cored my neuralgia," M Mr, Porter. They ar certainly n xuarTe!oLt medicine and I am alw'ay. gUI In teeotnir.ecd them. " I'm I wo yn." toa I'uant. I had nffi!re'lalin'.t unendurable raintfu ray boad. Tbey wuuld tbart urer In eye aulas' upward mrtfrr3enlly, bat they often tprmil over my tarr, ul at lim'-a ttiryitirt cf 111 bead and far wooll befall of anny. rnutiiir tb Kim wer i lutenw Hut I (nally irl tbey w mil ill It ti4 laad. " My f a. hr.1 c JiOmllr nud tlarT wat alwayea bumlnjr M-wtfon ovtr nr f irrljeal, but fli tfli'r ub j a Tarir-I, .nuetimet they tc-r a-nt. aud Again they w--ra dull and Hiigitlng. I roald riiiteleert, Mr temper Wat lrnubl and 1 g j no p'.ttur out of liff. " I ln-d remedy after remedy, tat finding Hi h'lp la aiy of tbetu, 1 be cam a fl.trtxlrliiir rritn. Keen when I t-gsn li Uki Ur. William.' liuk I'll 1 1 I had no g...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 13 October 1905

W.L. Douglas 3A?i3S8HOE8ar wTl. doui 4.eo Ollt Idfl Una cannot M MHiMM at any rtM. tin AM KOWe-TtisMeai W, I- DMtftot M M t tut fey their . il.mU. U largart Mli of My J.a i. in tn wM. TtWy or jt MjH aa ta mat coat ya M.M U lJ.oo-tt Mtp ,tii,rrKelllMfK. lroM UfcyMiatflj an .actory at nrcfct, Maa... '!. k WUfM Ut tMf tMlilwg iwea'a h. ani teow ttt (he car wllh wfckh ry rair l liwi la ilMfi U m4i you wcuM re alii why W. I "bouU J.K shoe ar th txit Hu rrJiKt4 to lfcrlf. II I cU etiaw yaw tM 4 itwrtnr between Ik knf raJ to tny factory ami tho t tt.er mil". ) wwiti u act rata 4 why Ik la a 1 1 jta ah coat wtora I make, why they hoU IhHf hare, M tttur, Mf tonctr, rJ ar ol gnitir mirlnU ala than aaotlwr fJ.I9 4 an the at.art.st t-Jy, CAUTION lMlllf,1hT,''w I ! U J Am nn iaU(Iii, rnutn ut felt nam a4 pi le iiinrlM toitom. ,TFP. A etwaiVaUr laary lawn wbtr W U ItowlM h ar not mil fall Una oft :nUl aaxul Ira f-f liu,a,,.a Co rtMit. if C. f yti(f Me ! a-' M ar traaia. iwit for iiifMtruan ituMf ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 13 October 1905

MMWIMM llll 1IIIW I 1 1 li.f " MM X iriTMi flflri W TB TTM1 I Tl II I ! I s.laT-1 TTTT" 1 . ! I Dr PRICES ClvmBaking Fowdcr PURE-WHOLESOME-RELIABLE MADE FROM CREAM OF TARTAR DERIVED SOLELY FROM GRAPES, IN WHICH DELICIOUS FRUIT IT IS FORMED BY NATURE IN THE PRECISE COMPOSITION IN WHICH IT IS USED IN DR. PRICE'S BAKING POWDER. Its superiority Is unquestioned Its fame world-wide Its use a protection and a guarantee against alum food TURN THE CAN AROUND and you will learn what is the "power behind the dough' In the high-class powders it is cream of tartar, extracted from dean, delicious grapes, and that is healthful. In the low-grade powders it is "phosphate alumf or "sodium aluminum sul phate," which is also alum, a mineral acid, and that makes the food unhealthful. Of what use are twenty-five ounces for twenty-five cents, if eight of these ounces are alum ? Food baked with alum baking; powders is found to contain a portion of the alu.n unchanged I The continued use of alum made food i...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 20 October 1905

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. SIX GOLD WATCHES GIVEN AWAY Read the Conditions of our Popular Ladles Contest. -:- -:- IUR JOB DEPARTMENT o Is the Best in the County, at Prices that Cannot be Duplicated AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM OF MERIT VOL. XIV. NO. 2. MONTGOMERY CITY, MO., FRIDAY, OCTOBfclt 20, 1905. 1. IN AUVAltCK. Local News J, T. Cusnman is in nv. uuuia I. wrr-k. Joo. Heath returned Monday Lru Vogt spent Sunday hero tho .. 1.1a ..nrfinla. JuJco Leaven oi now riorencu a, un our streets Monday. l.ulu Smith apent sevorsl 1. f ..l. 1.., A.lr. jits. W. I Oupton nd baby I. 11 t.ft.ila MatlirrlaV. The Wrl iilit City Struct Fair la Ml Jennlo llusscll In now clerk. - .... Ill-tlnn. lltn.. a, WaILvIII... K you want tho beat candy what ( 1 ii n thorn at J. K. Uarlov'a. W. II. Knox o( New Florence tilt IIIIIIUUH 1IH1U. IIV.U MWII I I . 1 1 I Itrrman Kallmeyer ol New Flor- nrr wh iiviu iiicuar u.. Oco. Orcaslcy ol St. Louts came p Monuay to visit rciamvcs amu aunt duck. Jim (lrac of St. Louis apent a law ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 20 October 1905

THE TRIBUNE, 'ruikM let fin tkihi m: miTla CO. i uo:(rr.oME:itr. MISSOURI A hrrniau rta'laliclen notes that th 'nncaicd longevity of Em within the iaet 5" yam It mora cooeecmjua amot inia uiin mm. A and lt-are la the mi at traillcr. Grmany. ronfe.) In temt InraaiiLxlr crouched In corner of fjir rav... because & fetre4 had ao t'Oeaiailv ea'rreo tt A frg oil paper ventorcn the opln on tra' 'tots of young girls who aro !)'' Sg lots of tilt. to DlUtlC les- ao.. ! learn after marriage that cejMnr a a niori tenable accim lliihrrtnr than thumping a piano." It If reported that III Highland Scotchman U rpailr.it u drink whisky. A rlni'or Hctlsnd says that th tvptra' Highlander, he ui bin i-'i arawin. takea aa nerae'o'naj "nip." ei bf re, but 'ha- b-er la gradually ousting uequeaugh from it sir prima y Dr. Werner 8 lloiton. In a short f n -is jKnti in the Ze-ltechrtft f r i: ,i.wii.TnJ' apon th-hardness I an. itb' aljm .Kin that tn tb ear. ft t's a mas- of metal raicd lo a red h"i snl the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 20 October 1905

Miriam, Leslie's Proposal By HARRY L HORTON Ml I Tin going lo do It. t know the mm love me, d what la lfip yr fur If It Isn't to girt the stria an op. puriuclly to help' out Iho of th) oitirr eex who don't know hnw In hn'p lliem'clvra? Ho hero goes I lie cau'l ((,. morp linn refute., ami lie won't do Ilia but- whatever the verdict, 1 know IIi.t lie It too honorablo ever to lr aiiie a word of tho aaffilr." nn Miriam Utile had concluded 111 uclDrry of Itila speech, which had only Miriam Lcallo fcr an allentlie en me. sh tat down at her desk at (.11 and b-in lo write tat letter kli, ti nil.' had pUnued the night It' (, i afur frank Welder had left il'C )i ww She hail parted from him wl'h arc lr nn her llpe, but the amlte had it c.l only long enough for the door lo low upon him. and a Miriam had (Dleicd her loom aha looked far froai tappy. . ' She bad enjojred Frank'a rail, hut It 1 j.l ended aa unsatisfactorily aa had all the hi htm. In that worda which she i irtrd had lieen almost uin...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 20 October 1905

f M0NT6OMERY Published Every Kridoy. BY TME TRIBUNE PRINITNQ- CO, R. II. BAILEY, Editor. J. L. BORDEAUX, BotinestMgr. Subscription In Advanea- m cy. om vmt pkM a. l.M FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1906. Mlaaourl Use ttock breeder hue captured many premium at the Portland Exposition and car ried away a good part ol the &,' (Xrl offered by the fair manager. Ajax Fleming, editor of the Uraymer, Mo. Comet, baa been appointed conul to SUundge, Candda at year. Mr. UftstJ. OsTsrmoe Folk oagkt estate to wlta anv tha Koade.T Miles froaa 8. Uali county or tea at Uait that sobm shadow of (Sort la atadc to eaforee tbo law afaiaat 8aadav dramshops, says Ih Clayton Ar gua, a Democratic paper. Dotena of malooaf are run wide open every Sunday In open deffence of the law and the authority of the atate. It la sheer noneine to aay that the polio are not aware of theae con stant violations of the law. They know it and wink at It. There la carcely Tillage or croisroads in the county where acce-tto the bar can...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 20 October 1905

COUNTY NEWS Th TNinuNic Wants Corroapcyifiuiita In all rart of Montuomury County. Hickory Wood We are having One weather for wheat and grae. Joe Wllllamaonot Montgomery vlalted Robert Wllllameoaand family laat Sunday. Et nest Ltnkoy treated the young folks to a dance lait Saturday nlRhtand all report a good time. Porter Hitman has made anoth er move. He moved last Prlday i to the Dunham farm whleh ho has rented for the coming year. John and Qui Engel visited their Uncle Lewis Lauer of Amcr cue lait Saturday and Sunday. Davo Wllllamion attended tho Street Fair at Wright City latt Saturday. M Warner haa moved to Jones burg this woek. Mm. Brewster had a cellar dug last week. Union Items), Henry Sheet told a team of borate to Irving Barton laat week. Brother Mlddleton la holding a .meeting at Bethel church thti reek. J. 1. Uarnes told thirty seven bead of hog to Charlie Mumford, at Scents Monday. Earnest Jona delivered hogs in Montgomery Monday. Mri. William Zumault li elck. James Zumau...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 20 October 1905

"t THIN BLOOD-WEAK NERVES One Folio Uit Otftee, kul Or. WkV Him' Pink Fiila Qvlekiy Cur BeMft. The tlwtr om of a particular as at mo-cte tends lo cbrualc fatigue, which produce faulty or difficult notion, trvuibliug, cramp and even partly!. Writer, telegrapher, failure and eeam tltrvci aee among tb tliMM molt threatened la tbla way with tb Iom of Ibelr lower lo aarn a living. Tin fol lowing lu-taiic ahowa that ntrre power may iMrecotereil afitr II arema entirely ltt. If tb right nirnneare taken. Mre. O. H. Blarkueii, ef No. oM North Dow duii itreet, Mauthild, Ohio, aayat Tor yeaia my liamU wouM become numb at time tlibt 1 truant drop anything I lliiii.tiil to lift. Inter they tmvtmo xi Ind I bat I coul.1 Dot aetr any I iitevr, aul at Inst I coiiM acarctly ilunnylhltigal all with my bawls. At Light tho ptii'Ung w Illation Would txui.o ee wute than evci, nod my hands ittid eifnii would iln .i nt 1 dreaded to go to bed Mr family doctor gave ine annia nerve ta Mi, Tin y helped ma a titt...

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. — 20 October 1905

FRUIT TREE NOURISHMENT. -,. u Taken ' - 0d In Orowln(t nd Maturing the TrulL Ti.e Cornell eaperlment elation bal I .in No U3 tin Soil Depletion Id IU- toil" '"' Krult h0W Z il, l'l"l contained. Id M " n uf .I Pl' f " bu'bela per tree. 33 lru lr ucre, when the lcan .J,, , formed are alio taken Into tin lral.illon. amounts lo U37 pounda of iiliroRHi. 31 pounda of phosphoric acid in,! I pomiila of K)lh. I'nif. Voor bHi it! I'"' JK"f' conllnnoiii . plug allh wheat, assuming nnavar , tri.p . IS biishele per n'1 ,tn ,,iUdI of atraw lo three bushels uf bl would remove 00 pounds of ultrPRtn, 211 iuotii of phosphoric arid id,I j!I ntfa of IwtMb. We ran tbui mm pair tbe rcsiilleof 10 years' cropping of pptr. after the production of trees, capable uf In-arlng auch crops, lias taken larce umoiiMs of plant food from tbe oil, fr the 50 yeera" cropping, nf apples his rtmmed more than mice aa much altmrcn, balf aa much again of phos t,horir n M. and three limes ai much poisih lb heat crops during I...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 20 October 1905

'.' 'J'B'lBMSr?i(rVii WW .-! ? 1" I Il In H'liiTl M Mil Hi' ilWaillliliili HilliWI ii lliiniliHIMIMIiMil' " 1 " 7 w"'?. va j j ' " wa ".i'" t - "riv -"i j .wiw.Tswawwa . : n.t 'iit; f. am ...HOME CIRCLE DEPARTMEHT... PltMtant Evening Rertrht.A Cthimn DttUM4 la Tlrt4 Mother as They Join tha mm Clrtli at Erealag 7M, CRUDE THOLOHTS FROM TUB EDITORIAL PEN. Clld-raOtlratrd S. ftllhriAnwr-ran-rrl Klnim wherr nrHltrr L. IJfr't ft trtalfn, rent.! Vtlthtr. WhTIMitirt l. T1 rr all ftftd ofr.. cra MaeM tnt rr.1 and l.t rnly -nce lia.IL -hrrr niMhr .a. Tnr fttlllfta-rr-iwd. IK weartitf ft"!, Aran h'f m rtLrf la, Tta Nattll'iaracf,r .Nana, a ad alt, ttrarh nM alrrr itrtthvr U lf-r.alra irIn-llrrl, ret trrt--tr.t atnl Itef.trrlnr leal dlitifa..! rjra a !. Ktltteakerr Bwtllwr la. Alt arM aiel nM and utitv'fw-f Mr., wlr r nfttter u, ll-.p- ainl f t.th hiiH trlM" linear n.trftrkerie, Mnthrr tntaktr. nana, nw-l ar.rt. Urate iMlrir tt.y reary fel J It , a Let aaM in r 1.. To lhoe whom achool dsys arc ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 October 1905

t MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. SIX GOLD WATCHES GIVEN AWAY Read the Conditions of our Popular Ladies Contest. -:- OUR JOB DEPAftTIEKT 0- Is the Best in the County, at Prices that Cannot be Duplicated AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM OF MERIT VOL. XIV. NO. II. MONTGOMERY CITY, MO., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 15)05. si nn ..!. lit AIIVANCK. Local News 'aCkiku oT Mcxlcowns , . .. hikiim Monday. cir - HI' Nellie Hco of St. Louis spent t .i.i'i l...m last week. Miss Klllnu Kirk, of Wcllsvlllc, i.linl filcnda here Sunday. The best place. In town to buy indies. CUMIMAN ft UllUI. Lcm I'cmberlon, of New FIor ....... h ul.tlnr r.tM Mnmlav. John Krntl returned Sunday rom an extended visit to Nevada. Teachers In need of report cnriln .11 .1 ll.l. rnlfA ami irr.1 nlir Sum Cobb, who haa been In Cat- lorn In several months, enrno hoMo Sunday night. Wc are able to nuolo you prices D Br'tllllCnniii mm:,, mil iinmv Kr i It Hint ynur wlfo Is kissed sod t Messed, even If you hnvo to Jolt yourself, says an exchange. Mr It, II. Ha...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 October 1905

ft y THE TRIBUNE. rablltd llr TUB Till 111 K IIIINTIXO CO. woNTcoMF.nr. i Missouri. With a basc'jall pennant and a poll l' leal c:.hoavll Philadelphia In likely to hate prominence torn tune. Imports during the sis months end d June 30. IMS. thow an Itceu of tietdsiuffs v slued at tS.W.l'lL The Papuan iijtlro tillage constable". with ten shillings a year anil two un. form", li the cheapest policeman Aua- trail haa in ur. This counter Imparted durlnR th flr-t six months of tho colendsr yea? 4I.I.S0 pound it law cotton, ! al lied at ie.sns.37t. If Prof. Ikhrlng hss found tho way In cure consumption lie mlaht aa well ear nt onco which particular nlcbo la the hall or ratlin ho most prefers. The Hamburg-American steamship Co. has chrticncil the decks of the Amc-Kka, Its new TOi-act, Kaiser, lloo.se-T-it, Washington, Cleveland and franklin, Instead of main, lover, etc. Among tho crying needs of South Africa art wire screen doort and wire ecrrrns fur tho windows, for tho pitr 10 of keeping ...

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. — 27 October 1905

MARCELLA'S MILK DIET y JANE IRVCE MMin.'I.IA Is nothing If not cm-iiusl-isllci. Also, sho Is till ii ond -"willowy," n she likes to ei.rws Ihe condition; "skinny," li quote hr plsln-spoken brother. Wblcli irm combine to render the milk auty irentmeui larorauie in treatment, perennially beloved was freshly brought to Mar i nttentlou by Janet, who has returned from Germany an I strange "cum" for nil manner and Imaginary beauty allmcnti, r ally Is a lovely girl, therefore never content to let well enougH In regard to her prrsjnal np--e Fhe come homo devoted to k dirt which, a she aolenliilr i to Marcclla, hail dona wemderi i r may not rctneml-cr" paid who has been pink and whit? .inning (roni her crajle, "hut i 1 left homo a year ngo I was hln nn.l sallow. Well, I fried I many thing, becauao I rtsllv H'p tho duly of poor, slupld r like myself, who have only 'xilcs, lo commend thm, to koep and 'freth locklne as long 01 a hurry. Dot Its very bad tor lai dcar clm- Youf ' U all fall out If...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 October 1905

MONTGOMERY TRMUNL Published Evory Friilny. BY THE TRIBUNE PRINT1NO CO. It. H. IIAILEY, Editor. J. L. IIOHDEAUX, Dullness Mgr. SubMrlptlon In Advance On Copy. Oh Vttr Sl.oo Hion oA. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1905. Uovrroor Folk Is probably con- Tlnccd, that the Itepubllcana who made his Domination and rlectlon possible are not going to stay with him on account ol hit double deal ing on the home rule question, fay a tho Fulton Journal, lie la there' lore making friends of the old machlno which he once thought hould be smashed out of dis tance. Men ate not so brave alter all, they only appear that way when they hare tho people back ol them. A much admired painting, rep resenting a rual scene In which a cow, a man and a mltkpall were apeclat features, was much ad mired and run the gauntlet of all the critlca until an old farmer came long and called attention to the (act that the man was on the wrong aldo of the cow. He knew nothing of art, could not use a brush, but when It camo to the right ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 October 1905

.3L COUNTY NEWS Tlio Tmiiiukk Wiiiiih Corripcmiaiita lit ull l"urt of MontKomury County. Jonatburg Mini Mayme Keller, our popular cbool teaohar, epent Sunday with relatives In Montgomery City. T. 11. IUncoek, night agent at Wellevllle, vlalted here 8unday. Joseph Chandler, of St. Lou It, pent Sunday with hit parent, Mr. and Mrs. E. Chandler, at this place. Frank P. VanNess and wife, of Mexico, visited the former's par ent! at thlt place Sunday. Fleet Palmer and wife, of Wright City, Wilted N. F. Palmer and wife here Sunday. and Sunday at Jesse Davis. Jim Fltxgerald waa trading In Wnllirllle Monday. The meeting at Walnut Drove closed Sunday night. Rufe MoCoy waa In Sllex one day last week. Hickory .Wood Eugcno Brewster moved toM. Warncr'a farm last Thursday. Uoonel, the Dellflowerturabetone man, waa In this neighborhood last Friday. Considerable damage was dona bv the overflow lut ratr A.lh. "Odlllo," the beautiful German nelirhbure sav. th m.n coach Stallion, owned by J. Crouch my r...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 October 1905

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