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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 29 December 1905

WE KNOW LITTLE WHAT WE ARE V know o "I"1 " What new unbidden self limy rise, no isleltr the former life Ana trlk Ilia heart with wlM surprise. We know to Mill whet wo are, Ho, douM tho Mil wo ret miy )o, crrnt linked rests Aseiime sliup or dread nl mutsblllty, Twice with Ho myrlsd mood And fete Hint riiuMith 111 snow, Chun leove uo but III" faded wraith Of that llnl simple self wo know. Slut Honor bo cur shield And Truth lirfecd nur steps where'er we rangel Whstever Alter, llitso shall sato From Irremediable change. t-KHMlMth Flench, In Bprlns.nld (Mass) Kc publican. V A ROSE OFM NORMANDY J WILLIAM . A. W1U0B L fHAPTKIt V. Co.um'rii. "fVfrhnnie noma mucti rtialr contains ray Illy of Follou," muttered Tontl to Lunsclf ami M ho did no, lie sailed t ll.o llmuKht o( his eter being able to die P woman In tho nlwtracl (ot t w -man, huwctcr beautiful. While cngawd Hum. he did not hear no m'nlng muni u( horie'i hoofs up id tht lug-stones dune behind hlin. It wis inly when thl sound u tc sim...

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. — 29 December 1905

PiV MONTGOIiEBY TRtBUNL Published Every Friday. or THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO. R. II. DAI LEY, Editor. J. L. BORDEAUX, Business Mgr. Subscription In Advanoo. Oh Copy, On Year ' pflon 96. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1905 As the Hon. Webster Davis bss returned to the Republican Iparty, it recalli to our mind tho time when the Hon. Webster;was msy or nl Kansas City, and hie atrenu otlty led to an attempt on hie life, happily the aimjwaa bad and a hole in tho hat wii all the Injury received. At the time tome people were mean enough to sayjthat the Hon. Webatcr waa tho attempted aasaaslnandahoththat,but e were quite sure at the time that hl lite wa attempted by tone bold bad man. Then when the lion. Wcbator flopped Into the Democratic party and "whooped em up" (or Uryan, In ouroplnon, there never waa adoub, but that he did ehoot a hole In M hat, and In flew o( recent event wejare iuro we did the gentleman an Injustice In over thinking that he could do luchathlnit. No the Hon. Web iter Davli never ...

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. — 29 December 1905

COUNTY NEWS t , Tiio fmtiUNK VVuiilH CurroHponUunts In nil I'tirtH of Montgomery County, Jonosburg Those whom wo noticed spend Ing the holiday! t this place are a follows ; Read 8 wl tinny o Chicago; Wm. Carr of St. LouUj JluckncrCarr of Louisville Ky. Joo Chandloe of St. Louli: W. A. Warner Guthrie Oklai Mat War ner of Rod Cloud Nob.; Flavlut Walton and wlfo of Hawk Point; Sam V. Smith of St. Louis Jai. Welle of Hawk Point; Chan, Oar. nor aud wlfo and Miss Laura Mil ler of St. Louis; Deo. Rlxey of Columbia; O. 1', Rlxcy and son Wm.of St. LouN; cherry Dyer ol Fulton; Vaahtl llarrell of Mont gomery City; I.owoll ol Troyj Wm. Taylor of Pendleton; Mln Emma Godfrey ofChlcaio; Mr. nd Mrs. J, U Kbcrt of Slkotton; Miss Annie Miller ol (lore, and aercral other. The doll content conducted by R. 8. Toedtraan cloned Saturday eve ning and upon counting the Totes He leavea one child, Mra. Chaa. Carr of thin plaoo, anda number otfriendiand relatives to mourn hlaloia. Wo extend our slnccreat ympat...

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. — 29 December 1905

' II ' STRANGE STORY OF DR. OLIVER HAUGH Searcher for Mysterious Drug Becomes Its First Victim. SEEMS TO PROVE THEORY Long Scries of Crimes Which Ar Charged Ajjalnst Man Now Confined in Dayton (O.) Jail Said to Hnvo Murdered His Father. Mother, Brother and Many Women. Dayton, O. Tti criminal r,.ord of , tho Dimity furnlihen from time to I time . of inch alrlklnic character., b-dh .is to the nature of th rrlniv suid the peculiar and mystifying elf' ciimstances connected therewith, that! th-r command mora than pastime Id men' than ordinarily mould b wlee or nailHaht. Hurh la true In reference to the case Involving Dr. Oilier Crook llaunh, I manned In the Jail hero on the flnl Ins: of the coroner whoso verdict rhnrn-3 him llh thi murdr of his father Jauli I laugh hi J mother , Miry I'raii'x llauitli, and hl broth jtentcaao w:e Me. utfr er, Jcsso 1 laugh, whose burned and mutilated Ixidlea were found In tlm ruins of their burned homo on a farm near Ihla city, Awful aa tbli crime la. It ...

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. — 29 December 1905

nrrtram Wlwtalo closeil hit desk D ith a wearr sluh as I ho Ml In the tourlhoiiso tower struck five. The (lm for tb Hettler hospital ere not IoIdk erjr well. Thero are timet alien even a "rlelnit rouna; architect" mvi to frcl the stimulus of hl up- srJ movement, Wtnxatn paused a element before the window to look out rylng a poor nan. I should alwere wonder how much I weighed In the balance of eclertlon. Thrre'a two much of my father In me to want to Rive omethlnK for nothing. Now with Charlie" "So It Is Charlie tafflnawell, after all? laid MIm Itedmoncl, Well, yen, If roil mint Vnow, ipon the twirling mow which at fast laughed Margaret "It'a all arranged, tontertlng Nicollet avenue Into a white I tut Charlie Is putting through a wheat jn-rt. ' deal for papa Juat now and It wouidn t "Wonder If I can have a carriage to 'do to have our cngagrment announced to to Mlnnlo Norlon'a teat" he thought, I yet. 1 ahall give a large reception toon I've had to bur tny dinner at the club ! and tel...

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. — 29 December 1905

r St. Louis Store Pro Inventory and After Holiday Sale ! Shall Commence January 1st, 1906, and Continue Until January 20th ' All our Goods that we had left over from Xmas business such as fancy Silverware, Books, Pictures, Medallions, China, Cut Glass and all Novelties shall be sold at 60c on the dollar. If a dish sold lor 50c, price now will be 25c and so on, We have made a terrific reduction on all our Cloaks, Furs. Bain Coats, Mens Pants, all Under wear, Dress Goods and Calicos. In fact Big Bargains are all over the house. Just take a day off and attend this sale, we guarantee a great saving of dollars if you do. MILLER & WORLEY, Montgomery City, Ho. HOME CIRCLE DEPARTMENT l riftMnl Ktrntntf K.rrr!e. A Ciiliin.n lv.lk.ll to Tlrt MmiW. Th Julti th. llim. Cirri. .1 tvolrtf Tld.. Crwl. ThmicliU I'riim Th. K!ltnrl! I' n BA.ILYUIIS. i wa.nnlr ft iiiBy .mil. Mi l link li niln jlrlnc, hat II w.ttrrvltlM. ntjlil 14b BMtrrttiK lliht. Alul marie the dtr .urlb lliliii. I llf' mill .rp r...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 5 January 1906

V IP c YOU AKIJ LOOKING R)R BAROAINS IT WILL PAY YOU TO RI3AI) IIAA5 Al) ON THE LAST PAC1U OF THIS ISSUE. !-: :-: : MONTGOME , IHfe IT T UK T IT" HL 1 1-. EM OUR JOB DEPARTMENT -0 15173 AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM OF MERIT VOL. XIV. ?s'0. II Is the Best in the I. I County, at Prices that ,: MONTGOMKJtY CITY, MO., FRIDAY, .lA.MWIfY ii. I!l()i. $1.00 i:An'vf;F-. f I Local News MiHH-Lizziu DuiYy ha the typhoid :fcvcr. Joe CotTman is now clerking for Xi. C. Govu. Tom Waters was in lay o.u business. WullHvillo 1 Will Govero LouIh Sunday. returned to St. C. C. Wall and family vlfiitcd at Helltlower last, week. Can Hudson, of St. Louis, viHitcd relatives here last week. Mrs. Adam Rice, of Now Flor oiicj, wan shopping hero Tuesday. Hcntloy returned tk al SI. Joe Sunday. ' C. C. Collott and wife spent the to his ' hoi idays with relatives in Fulton. Phil Miller, of Hannibal, spent Snturc'ny and Sunday here. Pott? White, of St. Louis, spent Sunday with home folks here. ' For fresh bread and cakes c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 5 January 1906

mi Ami . flap; ftI MM BJ? V M A STRANGE LIFE he of Immortal, J. N. Free, One the Most Unique Char acters of His Times. SHATTERED IN HIS YOUNG MANHOOD Toured the Country as the Demosthenes of America and Apostle of the Truth and Was Known by Thousands Still Living in Ohio. Columbus, 0. The man In the pic-1 .IK. iirHMRiiiMii in iiiih niiirv ui u y lur over uai a ceniury.. xiu is nwn in minni-nna nr i iiiiiis:iiiiim iii nd to hundreds of thousands more in II LI 21IHM1KI. IIIH I'll! II II lilt' I1U1V ibeen a wanderer. As "the Apostle of iith npiiniR numiniv ruii uiLeimi liiuu I any otner living man. in umo, in- Ji till I- f , J lirUnnn. ein ne is Known, Dy name ana ieatures, xnore generally man any ui uia tu rhors, congressmen, or other publlo men, ana me same 13 iruo ui uiiu iu many of the other stA'.es. particularly Let him enter almost any city or town in these states now and pass along the public streets, and. although ift mnv tint, hftvo been there for years. Teoognlze him. His tal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 5 January 1906

1 ft . i ."A 0- if v 7v TDK .. . 1 CUBES C0HST1PATIOH Relief that comes from tho use of pills or other cathartics is better than suffering from the results of constipation, but relief and euro combined may bo had at tho samo price and more promptly, for Lane's Family Medicine Is a euro for constipation, and tho bcadacho, bnckacho, sidcache and general debility that como from constipation stop when the bowels do their proper work. Sold by all dealers at 3JC and 50c. Knew Her Grammar. The judga'a little daughter, nltlioush sho hnd. talked several times through the telephone to her father, had never gone through tho formalities necessary in call Ing him up. The first time sho tried it she took the receiver off the hook, ns she had seen others do. placed her lips to the transmitter and said: "Hello! 1 want to talk to papa." "Number, please," said Central. "Singular," he answered, surprised at tho question, hut proud that she knew oiiictliiiict of the rudiments of grammar. Youth's Compan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 5 January 1906

for good reso- Begin the Now Year right, Jby subscribing for;the Tribune. Tho International Tyhographi oal union began its strike Monday for an eight hour day. The print ers in 239 olden have joined in tho strike. Tho general reports from all over the country state that the holiday buying this yearjexceedod that of any previous year. Another proof of the countrys prosperity. s Mti-vrtaaviif viimiiiip tS It' jt" 1 Published Every Krlday. K , THE TRIBUNE PRINTINd CO. ' R. H. BAILEY, Editor. m,y J. L. BORDEAUX, Business Mgr. i ' Subscription In Advanoe. One Copy, One Year. $i.ocr m - Phone 96. FRIDAY, JANUARY C, 1906 jp Don't forget to write it "1900." tfjfy Now is tho time & lotions. m' f My Hair is Extra Long Feed your hair; nourish it; give it something to live on. Then it will stop falling, and will grow long and heavy. Ayer's Hair Vigor is the only hair-food you can buy. For 60 years it has been doing just what we claim it will do. It will not disappoint you. M hair nai.it In ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 5 January 1906

,.1.. ' .1 , 1 COUNTY NEWS Tho Tribunb Wants Correspondents in all Parts of Montgomery County. Jonesburg W. L. Admire and wife returned to thoir homo in Winfleld Satur- day morning alter apondlng the .holidays with thoir parents Mr. -and Mrs. N. F. Palmer. x Lafayette Mason left Tuosday morning for Boonvillc, Mo., where "he will attend tho Kemper Military Academy. Dr. aud Mrs. Pcpporllng of St. Louts spent Now Year's day with H. 0. Bugemann and wifo. f Miss Elizabeth Warner delight fully entertained a number of her young friends Monday night. Everyono present reports a most enjoyable time. The Exchange Bank is now an 'incorporated Institution wih Wm. Dyer, president and Ohas. Carr, cashier. Several prominent busi ness men of this town are directors. J. D. Million and wlfo who have had charge of the National Hotel for the puet year left Wednesday .morning for East St. Louis whore hoy will make their future home. heir many frionds here regret to seo them leave. Mat Wurncr, Jr., who af...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 5 January 1906

IV. THE TRIBUNE, THK TlltlUWIii 1'tUNTlNO CO. MONTGOMERY. : MISSOURI. 3, THE WEEK'S NEWS TERSELY OUTLINED As Epitome of the Most Important Events at Home' and Abroad the Past Week. NORTH, EAST, WEST, SOUTH. What CuiiBrcia In Dolus, Together With Latent Developments In the Internal Trouble In Iluiala, and Items Culled from Important llnu- i . pc'rifiiKs All Over tuts World. THE SITUATION IN 11USSIA. St. Petersburg advices of the 28th Bald that the "rebellion" In Moscow was enteritis on its Anal stage. Gueril la varfaie continued, but on a smaller ecalfc. Fears are expressed that the "black hundreds" in Moscow may complete tlie work among the revolutionaries begun by the troops, In which case, a horrible massacre would eusue. - Llcut.-Gcn. Mlstchenko is reported -wouuded by a stray bullet while on the street In Moscow. Three hundred revolutionaries invad ed the residence of the chief of the se cret police of Moscow, took him out on tbo street and shot him to death. , An armed rebellio...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 5 January 1906

Y'-J ,r , . r." W THE MOUNTAINS. 'ktrowering high nbovo the trectopi, All their gray lono summit rlso, v,,HU the heights In mighty beauty , & , m to touch tho bending skies. ft , i y'iValr the morning's goldon sunlight 7 On their peaks in splendor lies, And the Jtlory of tho sunset ' Lingering there In crandour dies. ?Winier' silvery snowtlakcs resting llr -.fn their heads a crown descend, l,na the lonely eagles nesting ( Find their heights a sheltering friend B. M. Wright, In Boston Budgot. &1a re6F1? y NORMANDY 'J whxiam a!', meow L i Iff CHAPTER VI. Continued. It must needs bo business of great la port that would take a human bo ins out in such a storm. Whatever his 1 Object, the man's nurtiAsn never for a urnvArn1 nn Vi it trtrr nrrnlnaf tho sweep of the drenching blast that countereu wniio crossing tno li'Notre Dame. Turning and walk ing llbnc tho river bank for a short distance, fio finally entered a small and sbS'Mro .Iross-street. He proceeded M? lorg thft, until he ...

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. — 5 January 1906

r ft- t i If ft ImI - - ., . " ! n sun un eii sun I OUR POSITION i;b..Siness hT hs been obtained I . 'f tSPFCmffl through satisfaction to our custo- I m&&MWSKEfm ' mers and we raean to ho,d it. To well satisfy you I a NOTWITHSTANDING that manufacturer's pro ducts are higher than they some time, our buyers have again euc- securin&r several biff cases of Mill End have been a1 11 1 1 1 "11 remnants and seasonaoie mercnanaise wnicn we win place on sale at the lowest price ever named in Mont gomery for up-to date goods. mers and we mean to hold it. To well satisfy you is our object; to be well served satisfies you. This sale will again show the price, power and prestige of this store. Prices for this sale will be made marvel ously low; bargains will be here on every hand. NO GOODS CHARGED. NO GOODS EXCHANGED. t 1 Sale Begins MONDAY, JANUARY 3th. at 8 o'clock, and closes SATURDAY NIGHT, JANUARY 20th, 1906. 1 3,000 yards American Prints, worth to-day at the very least by the bo...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 12 January 1906

IB LBBBBBW"T 5. H; I THE PRICE OFTHB J MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE ' 'IS $1.06 PER YEAH In dwtte. SUBSCRIBE NOW MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM OF MERIT VOL. XIV. NO. U. MONTGOMERY CITY, MO., FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1906. UL T-l.UU IN ADTANCK. Local News 2 cans C6rn forlSo. Cushman. Mrs. Z. T. Loe, of New Florence I, ft &was snopping nere rouay. Wry w v luginui) wa. ''25 pounds of Navy Beans for SI. , Xfarfln'a fJrnnnrv. Mexico, has bought the Laddonla, Mo., Herald ;for Si;600 , Automobiles operating la St. I-oUls county durinir 1006 must now M r . t earry county licensee tag. . Fire thousand'miles of new rall- iad was constructed in'the United States during the year 1005. Chas. Turner, who has spent the lwastlwo weeks here with home- pfolks returned to St. Louis Sun- 1ST' ip' Save money Cushman. $s by trading with Dr. W. H. Beasloy his family here. Is visiting PROM BOULDER, COLORADO. 20 pounds of Granulated ' Sugar for $1.00 at Martin's Grocery. Mrs. Adam Rice of, New Florence was...

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. — 12 January 1906

5 EVENTS OF THE PAST YEAR Chroniclo of Most Important Happenings of a Twelvemonth Jutt Ended, Told in Brief Manner JubJ Husso-JapantJ War Jan. 1 After 340-day siege, (ion. Btoesiel surrenders Fort Ar thur to Gcn.Noatt Jan I If A loii 00.0001 Itusalan, 11,000. 16 Russians cross Hun and battle 1 K8. is DE WITTE. new Hun river fight commences. 29 Japs capture American snip tak ing supplies to Vladivostok.... Russians retreat across Hun: losses. Russian 10,000, Jap anese 0,000. Feb. 3 Russians re- repulsed, .It YTT .1UI1 A.VC llfS.lk, IVVUIOCUI 6 Gen. Matsumara dies at front. 25 North sea commissioner decides the SS Japs shell Mukden and turn Kuropat- kln'a Hanks Russia's firing on British fleet was un 1 Justified.. ..Fierce btttle alone Russian front. Mar. 3 British claim $323,000 under. North sea decision. 6 Japs break through Russian wing In Mukden battle. 8 Czar asks ICuropatkln's resignation; army In full rout. 10 Japanese captureMukden; losses In bat tle being, Japanese EO.OOJ, Ru...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 12 January 1906

BaaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaB ' bBBBBBBbb1 BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB , BBBBBBBBJ aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaaB ,TO';'fW,nu?,Cirl?1 " a"?-1 PderWWW r v,"V. .aBBBaaa" Sv inBBBBaal 'BBBBBBBBBBBBBB WOMEN WHO SUFFER , 0 Or. Williams Rink fr'no tho 6niJ Remedy Portloutarly Suites For Fsmlnlhe Ilia. . To women wli6 anffor Dr. Williams Pink Pills are worth tholr wolght iii gold. At special periods a woiuau Heeds moilioino to regulate ler blood supply or her life will bo a ronild of pnlu and suf fering. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are absolutely tho fluest inodicino that eror awomau took. They actually make Uow blood. They are good for men too but they aro good iu a special way for women. "It was throo years ago last spring that my health failed mo," saya Mrs Arthur Oonldhi, of. No. G Ooldwator street, Battle Greek; Mich. ' I suffered from leuoorrhcea and othor troubles that. I presume; were caused by the woakuoss it produced. I had sinking spoils, .norrous headaches, was weak an...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 12 January 1906

...... .illllj,.,;. "pari 1W it ' 4.'', 'mm,: MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Published Every Friday BY THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO. It. H. BAILEY, Editor. J. L. BORDEAUX, Business Mgr. Subscription In Advance. One Copy, One Year. $1.00 Phone 96. FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1900 There Is talk of band In this olty. should be done. organizing a It can and A Warner Republican Club was organized at Hollow, St. Louis countv. last week. Uincers were elected and the club has a mem bcrshlp of 87. Kansas greatly admires Mis eourl's fight on the Standard Oil Company. In fact, ever since Missouri went Republican the Kansas feeling toward Missouri ans has been quite tolerant and respectful. Threatened first by bicycle, then trolley car and automobile, horses have gone right on Increasing in value. According to the latest figures, they were worth last win ter $1,200,000,000 and their number was over 17,000,000. Mules also' are steadily Increasing and are -worth $252,000,000. Germany leads European coun tries In the num...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 12 January 1906

SO . 1 hi. 1 '7 It 1 (, i 2 i ' V I 13." If ... IT ..-'4' " 1 1 r 1 - - , - 1 I " : ' 1 1 M I Mi COUNTY NEWS Tlio Tribune Wants Oorrespondents in all Parts of MontRomery County. 'f, f- life" ' Iff' - iff' 5. Brest? I resist: -W v.. ff'JLi'ft A, ! life- Jonesburg Mrs. Amelia Lewis, of Warren ton, arrived here Saturday night lor a short visit to her sister, Mrs. H. 0. Bog'cman, Clarence Whlmor, a young man who was Injured by train No. 2, New Year's day, while riding bo tweun to coaohes deft" Saturday night for his homo in North En glish, Iowa. Ills injuries were not serious and ho is able to walk with the aid of crutchea. He was put oil the train at this place by the 11. R. Go. Bruce and ;itoy Ferguson, of Montgomery City, sponfc Sunday "here wlth.tholr uncle, E. M. Fer guson. Mrs. Ellen Bailey returned Sun day night from a two weeks visit to relatives in St.. Louie. The "lid" being jon,s Morlssoy Bros, spent Sunday In Warrenton. Mr. and Mrs. 6. 0. Profit have gone to housekeeping in ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 12 January 1906

-if. V THE TRIBUNE. Pnlillslicil llr Till: TMrtUNK 1'ItlNTINQ CO. MONTGOMERY. t MISSOURI. THE WEEK'S NEWS TFRSELY OUTLINED An Epitome of the Most Important .Events at Home and .broad the PaBt Week. NORTH, EAST, WEST, SOUTH. What Cuucrcm In Dolus, ToBctlier With l.atot l)ccloiiii;utH lu the Internal Troubles In Uuimlu, auH Item Culled (rum Important 1IP pculiiica All Over the World. COXGIICSSIO.V.VI. OTES. Champ Clark, of Missouri, enter tained the house, on the Cth Inst., with three hours of oratory, in which ho ran the gamut of current political topics under the fiction that ho was talking to the Philippine tariff bill. Ho ad mitted, however, that ho was merely giving a specimen of "Champ Clark democracy." When the senate reconvened follow ing the holiday recess Senator-elect II. M. LaFollettc, of Wisconsin, appeared to claim his seat and was sworn in. The proposition in the Philippine tariff reducing the duties on sugar and tobacco to 25 per cent, of the Dlugley tariff rates is be...

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