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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 29 March 1901

Hi. ?'1 J i 1 1 The Tribune, Friday, ... March 20, IwT ( tiui,i . 'DR.1 i BAKING lllehefit Honor, WorM's Fair Oold Medl, Midwinter Fair AvoM Slating TowiUr oafajslsff Blouu Tiwj am Injarl-oa to ImMli Inn train Monday cnronto (or War' ronton. T. M, Smith Is opening n grocc. ry store at thin place. Nancy Jones, col'd, daughter of Pit Bishop, died In Montgomery City last Thursday night and was burled nt thin ploco Saturday. A. J. I.lllnrd who ha been teach ing the colored school at this place returned homo Mondny. Earl Fuller of Montgomery City Ik assisting C. W. Johnson In the Journal work nt thti place. IUhtuh. From Our Correspondents CROSS ROADS. II. A. Krnlt leads In it sowing in thin vicinity, hu is the only ono who has sown any yet. Hoy Deck of Gamma passed through hero on his way in Wclls vlllo T lusday. Clarenco hh.iw has b en very elck with pneumonia. Flora Mniipl-i Ih Improving. Mm. Lindsay litis th" grip. M. V. Cahiill delivered some fat cnltlii In Montgomery Monday. T. U. W...

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 March 1901

iniK'sn. The B'g American Cruiser Has Ar rived at Gibraltar En Route to Tangier, Morocco. WILL PROCEED THENCE TO MAZAMAM. Mar Mlsslsa' la Caas-ry aj La4 f spaart (a tailed Stales Caasal. (.eaeral Uiamrrf la IIU Dessaad Apalasy liar Ike Called Slatrs, Gibraltar, March SI, The armored rrulirr .Neir York has arrived here, fc'he all proceed to Tangier lo de mand Die settlement of tlic claims ol the United Slate got eminent against Morocco. Tar Jew York's Mlsalaa. The Jfe w York will nntey Mr. flum mere. United Stalls consul general from Tangier, to the sruort of Ma rargnn, whence he villi travel otrr land to Morocco city, the political rapllnl of Morocco, there li deuitiid of the sultan of Monaco an nKlngy for on apparent dlsiourlrsy tn the United Stale commlttnl hy the aul tan'a grand vllrr mid his minister of foreign affairs. At the time time Mr. (iummcre will yerpirst the sultan tu acltle certain claim of the fulled Untei, loii)? pending against the got cri'mctit of Morocco. f.'lalut...

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 March 1901

MaaaaaaaWsaaaSsBB aiaaaaiaaaaiaaaaiaaaaiaaaiaaaaa5asswaaa7ji SJrPyj?W'''aMaaa Vmil I li I i I in iiliniii ii i.Vlil.i mi iiiii i 11 i in I i,n' n -H-tfw f THE TRIBUNE. tO TRIBUNE ntTO. Ca.VaMlahwh HONTGOUEIIY, i rJHBSOUEr. 4 CONCERNING APRIL FOOLS. Tb trlckitere who. on April Flrt trapua with tnuitU or tool, lUvirrlr.s ttlih; tnelr ulnU bright ill ordinary rule, "With krleka In hati and (rim tor rati, de- Men 10 deceive Vnlll poor vlclttna tempted ar. thla queer old world to leave, -Are not the only one to watch, to dettljr flank or (ear, .!. nliat lccomoa of folka who foot, or are foola, all the year! Th. rnan who wilt not apend a cent on tooka to make him think. The nan who waitea hla eubitanct on a bettlnc book and drink: Tim one w ho pulla hot cheatnuta from eon-.e pollilclan'a nr., Or one who by his chronic irowll awakea dlitrtairul Iral The dude who mlnua brains or brawn die Maya but clack and clothea. The doleful dunce who trcata ua frea to llita of walla and woea. The altere...

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 March 1901

Ptt TSa t cjt rvip. I Mro. A. K. Kemper went l I'lil- Charles Wndr, of New Florence IKl 1"U IN tZtt i ,i.,.. , i ihn mini . vui hm Hnllirilnf nil Imalnpaa. March 20. 1001.! Krmprr. Mr, Pete i)onaidion Ih vlsltlnc , 41 Or. Fault-oner, wife nml iIbiikIi- I her mother nt New Florence thin 1T, Mini I.eolu, wiro callril toiwi-t-k. 81n oxpectM to leave hooh .Ii)iii'nl)iir( Ttieaduy on net-omit of , for VnshInoii xtnto where ithej the Hcrloullliieof Hcnntor John-i will join her husband who him. hoii'k little hoy. ' hcen them for cvcrnl inonthM, Kei. Hint vim thu nrlirlnnll The cano of the Ohio man who! I DcAVlttV Witch Hrucl Halve when i at on n Mtump loaded with dyna-l you i.k lor It. The Komilne li mllonn.I touche.i it on l tnc urn liny your . o.Teo from Martin. .rtnIll ,.urft ,,,, 1wu M)tc ,, , In.lance of tho kind ulncc Wch, CoiTi-i-k LTiiund free nt Martin .t,i ,ii.. rMi lir Ki,,r... i'avlit made hln Hiiecch In tho Friday, FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER We arc authorlrrd la announrr JOHN W. ...

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. — 5 April 1901

F J'- THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL IX. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 10O1. NO. 25 Final Sottlement. Notice I. hereby glvec Ihit I will, ad ministrator of the estate of CHAM Ki UAH It KM., docr.ted. Make rJn.l tclllemrnt ol slid rstste al lb next April term of thr 1'roh.te court ol Montgomery county, slste oi Missouri. t lb City of Montgomery, aald tern o. court beginning on ttir S1 Moiidey In April, 1W1 3-IIMt It. H. HAKKK, Adiu'r. Administrator's Salo, lljr vli tiic- of n onlcr of I lir l'rohale court oi Montgomery rotinly. Missouri. I, Hie undersigned tdinlnltrtr .oHlie estate ol Hugh MrClure. drreascil. will nil at public mil lion. at the court home door. In the L'ltyorMonttnmrry,on MONDAY, May Mb, IMI. helwcru the hours of 9 o'clock m. and 4 o'clock u in., during a tcttl n of the circuit couriers. Id Montgomery county, all the rlgnl, title and in'erett.ol the "Id HukIi McClure, In the following described real estate In Montgomery count', Msssourl, to-wlt! S7.S7 ncrc...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 5 April 1901

POSINO FOR PICTURES. What ta Wr anal What Not Wear Wfcra a llrallr ilaoel I'ka- Photography at an art hat attained such a itimltrd of excellence tint no pains ara too Inllnllc to cnlianra Ita ef fectlrcneta. While the primary ob ject In anjr llkcncna, la to portray the feature, the pose, the Irxlivldtiat. yet 11 cannot tie galntald that much of our pleasure In viewing the countenance, However perfectly depleted, mar bo seriously marred by the unhappy selec tion of nil unbecoming gown. It la a mistake towrarniic'a richest and moil tumptiiout costume Initead of one whose design, lielng In. pro nmiiiceil, la, consequently, Iru npt to look cretonne a few seasons hence. Certain mnlerlala ore risky, to tar the Iraol, In n photograph. Hattn or llk with high luster thnw Uuhta and shadows which arc harsh and tinr.x-pcct-ed in rrpioductlon, Truntlucent fall rlca nru by far to In preferred. Softly folding, rully tlraiM-il, nun not pro' minuted arc crepea, either silk or wool. ami chllToii. Tul...

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. — 5 April 1901

I J AMOSd TUT. ItAILWAYf. Rack Island Will Hun Clieap Uitnwi stona la Colorado, The Cnm&, Ilxfe Island ami Pacific railirar, which made a iilienumerul sue-etas of cheap eiculsicm rale- to Colorado bit Mtvn. ha again asked it competitor la the Wnlm and .Southwestern l'ssseagef asMKiation to acre uxm a series of cheap eteursons to and Irtmi Denver, Colorado t-rilnra and 1'uelilo for the artreaching; x.v aon on tba following Uii: Ticket to b mid from Chicago and all territory up to Missouri river June lit, 23, Juljr 16, 23, and 3U, Aug. 0, 13, 20 and -7, at the rate of out fare plua ti, or Rl fl for the round trip. On Jul 1 and awl t!ept.3and 10 a rate of I2S la to L made from Chirago, and 115 from Missouri river oiiiU for the round trip. Intermediate territory will hare pro portionate ratea. Tickets are to te "old from Miaaourl rirer (mints one day later than the datea given aliove in each case, l'roportlonale ratea will be made to and from Ulrowood Kprlnei, Halt Lake City and Ugd...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 5 April 1901

The Tribune. j PubllMlmd Every Krltlny nv THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO. D. W. MA.JOJi, liniToii. ARTIE li. KEADLK. Local Editor. Tkiimk $1.00 pur Year in Advance. It ih claimed that in .St. Loiuh thuy did not need any electric light Tnewlay night. Thoy relied on the Hindi from their guiw, revolver, etc. AVe were not in favor of politica in the hcIiooIh hut the vote Ttuwlay put the ap proval of the majority of those voting on the partisan idea and wo nIuiII now wait and nee how it works. One after-eluer of the election wan that the next day the huh hIiowii, and weather prophet Hyatt predicted fair weather for the next '21 lionrH. "It's an ill wind that Mown no one some good." Since a majority of the voter who vot ed at Tucxday'H election want politic in the hoIiooI and it in a good thing, why not. pro ceed to inject, a "few politics" into the churches? If IjoiiiIimiihiu i good for the intellectual training of the children it ought not to he hurtful in the Hpiritual Irai ling. This paper h...

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 April 1901

The Tribune, ,( Friday, - - April 5, 1001 CREAMl BAKING mm Highest Honor, World's Fair Oold Medal, Midwinter Pair Av"M llnVtug riTfl4ra natalntng iImi, Tkrj Nro ttJnrUo to Imllh From Our Carrcspondcntst DANVILLE. Probnto Court wns In session Monday. Liint Saturday Miss Myrtle Ford bought tho Charley Uhlto plnco of nbout 30 oeros, adjoining town on tho north. Charley While moved to his farm nenr Mtncolu M'imliiy, Coleclnr Gardner moved to town Monday mid occupies Iho property lately purchns'.'d by Mnyrtlo Ford. Geo. Davis has u very nick child with tho measles mid pneumonia. Mark Poiin mild Mr. Ilreen 20 hone! of sheep Inst wuok, tit S3 per head. Then) urn about (I iippllenntt) for clerk of probate hen1, nud Ulccly more to heir from. At the school meeting Tuesday rt levy of 03 cts., was votod and n 0 months term of schnol. Dan'l Hurt was iu-oleeted dlreelor for .'1 yours. Davis received il'J voles nnd Duolnp H. 1'nTi:. WEST PRAIRIE. (Ut wrck.) Rov. Taylor filled hlnrcinilar ap pointm...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 5 April 1901

ill A PRISONER Gen. Funston's Expedition Into Isa bella Province was Crowned with Success. RESIDENT AND CABINET ARE PLEASED. The Intrepid Knnsnn, II Wnnld urrm. Had Urea llrtalned In Ihe 1'lilllpplars For tho I'tirposo When Tlmo Should lleeonto lllpc Ihm storj of Hi Capture, f - Washington, Mnrch 59, The news of Qen. Agulnnldo's capture by Ocn l-'uniton was received everywhere III official circle! with Intense urn till ca tion, but, frrhnps, nowhere cl Id It crent mora satisfaction thnn at the White Home. Tlia first ofllclal news to reach Dm cxccutlto mansion was Oen. MucArthur'a dispatch minotinc- IMC the capture, which camo about midnight Wednesday night, luurs OEN, Kill LI O AdUINALDO. lay morning the president nlnci saw Admiral Itcmry'd cablegram anil tho press dispatches. Tho cablegrams from dm. MnrArthur ami Admiral Kcincy urn n follows) lien, SlacArlhur's ltlsinlrh "Mnnlln, Mnrrh 29,(ieii. Fiiiistnn tins Just rcturnrtl (mm an expedition ti I'alanau, province of Isabella, vvhe...

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. — 5 April 1901

TUM TniDVNK l'MItt CO. robll.tasrs. MAJOR, Editor. MunivuMEny, t jnssounr. THE INDIAN IN ENGLAND; a..... ....rr ,,,, llp,n,d In lllm br I I'liiHH of Wo in r a J- '" la Society. It la often a grent trial to a youn i 7 V. ul" inultt o la thrown into English society to know how to behove. You vi.lt a friend. You it, nu i nc uoor is opened by a young mnldscrTont, who Invites you to enter and closes the ,tnn. - ns you hnvo entered, 'ou follow tho servant Into the drawing-room, where your friend meets and greet you. conversation your friend in ins moiiirr nnu Introduce lo you. Tho mother Is ery pleased to mako your ocqualnlnnce, ond asks you to nit In a chair nenr hers. l)ut you hesitate, says the University Mognilne. Is Hint ths proper thing to do? In India no inouicr ot no friend of yours asks jou to do the same. If at nil, you always stood nt n respectful distance nnd answered tho mother's questions. Hut here It Is no different. You obey with hesitation, nnd sit in tho clinlr ramcr awk...

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 April 1901

The Tribune. aftlday, April 5, 1001, Buy your coffnn from Martin. . Iluy your cofTeo from Mnrtln. Coffee ground free at Mnrtln'H Iftoccry. Klxer Wilson of New Florence, Mundnycd In our city. For high grndo ennned goods go to Mnrtln'H. t'robnto court was In session nt Unnvlllo Inst Mondny. I'rof. W. t)(vlof Hollflowcr, wns hern on business Mondny For high grndo rnnncd goods go lo Martin's. Iluy your fruits nnd vegetables nt Mnrtln'n grocery. Wnll Paper nt tho City Drug fAoro from 3 l-2o In 2.ro per mil. Wo wont to sell you groceries, ,lM). J. Mahtin. Will Mllnm of SI. Louis, spent Itunduy In our city visiting friends. Allkliidn 'f Wnll" Paper nt nil Wnds id prices nt City Drug Store. Dr. Pete Arnold of Wellsvlllc, wn's In thin city lnt Monday on ljuslness. Horn, Frldny, March 20, In thU vMy, to Prof, iiinl Mrs. (luy Nun ntlly. a girl. Mrs. Wnl'h of St. LouIk, spent Kundny tho guest of her daughter Mrs. Chiix. (Jiirner. Prof. . I. W. Dunlnp was her Monday looking after IiIh fence f6r ...

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. — 12 April 1901

THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE, r 9 i Vol ix. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, APRIL 12, lUOl. NO. 2(3 Final Settlement. Xolla lalirrrlirirltri: Hut! will, m J- minlatratnr of ilir n lute or Oil Mil KH OAIIIIKLI.. drW. Male. flnaWellltlm-nl ol aald ratale itl Uis nf xt April term of tlia l'robalo court ol SlonlKvaif rr roufitr, title l Itlraourl. l tliu I'll) ef .MontKotnrry, aalil trnn on rourt Iwirll Bin ou llie.T.1 tlimdry In Afrll. 1W1 3-NWt II. s. llAKKIt, Adm'r. Administrator's Sain, Hy tlitiin nl un unit ut tlir- 1'rolnlo rnurl o Monlituiurry county. Ml"iurl. I. Hit- uiidrMiriiprt aUinlnlalratnr .orihc ratals ol 1 1 iij; it MrOlure. iWri.rd. Hill tell ut imlillr miction, at tlir court huuic duor, lu I he til) or.MonlKointrj.on MOXIIAV. ) Mil. 1111. txlHrrn ilit- Imum of U o'clock a ni. anil 4 o'rl.Kkji in., during a cl n or llur circuit niiin.raiM .Moiitiroiiicry county, all I lie rlir t, tllle anil Incrril.ol llm ..Id llilijli Ucl'lurc In llm lollnwlnx llocrll'rd real rtiiir In Mo...

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 April 1901

I MEAT MARKET. MlilWi-lwmiii11ft1jlHii it'r-ni'r Pt-ViTi li-l-v jf'Tv-ff lit , t.rTifCTviirai runs a AN EXCELLENT IDEA. i mi llnw (0 ISsle itifHirlse mi Afiuartam Thl la Capable nt Affordlnit l-ats of t-tiilerlnlntneat. A t-lobe with goldfish ttinkr a very otlrncllte oriimnrnt for n room, but Blolic nml Koldflli nro not nltvny nvaltalilc, mid the extemporized iuunrliim outlined hrrcnltli tuny be lined to r-rcnt ndvnutni-r. It In one of tlir great bottle that can lie pur dinned for n few cell In nt a dnnr- illntV (let one tlint lioldii about two rnllnn, nnd put awqc rlenli snnd In the lioUom with it few mossy stones, und anchor In the nnd n few pluut Wsjf Mirte StewST" llll'llOVIBKII AUUAltlt,'M. from Moine nearby lirook, l'rnm tlie K.i mo lirook enn lx rrcurril snails, t nil Hlen, Hnlnmniiilorn nnd the tlnyhlnck iiohciI iluce. Here I mi iiipi.irlmii nt nliunst mi rout that It capable of af fording n great deal of entertainment, nnd not a little Instruction. When the plnnlii nro grow...

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. — 12 April 1901

IK DEERING AT PARIS IB 1900. " TflE PtATT AMEHDMERT. Faaaoa Chicago Harvester Com "r llaeelresl Mar ana Onitn Haaors Thais Were' Ever nerar Accorded an America Exhibitor la lbs lllalorr of Etpoattloaa. 'Americana may well feel proud of the In terest which her eitliena look in the Paris kxpoaitlon and the elaborate exhibits which, were prepared with consummate skill and displayed In a manner not excelled bjr any Cangrasamaa nraitl.r, of (.mrsis. Bo ll..s tha Cabana mil Cltt 1 mate! Aaeapt lb Atlanta, On, April 9. A special to the Constitution lrom llrunsvtlrk. On, says! Congrcanun William (I. Urunt ley. who linn Just returnril from month' tour of Cuba, sulil Inst night. that the genuine Cuban was j favor other countrr. That of H.n-.ailn, M.. ! Of Inileiiendenrc. H.t sold tin-re wn chlnery in particular were moat complete oomlilernbld feeling Apnlnst tlu Unit-5?S.l2,-Jeilnf:i.Li',,e IJwrf" , HMII .ed State In Havana, which ha clmr SSfor l UllWV'fir'S ,etrld .. "the hotbed of Cuban acc...

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. — 12 April 1901

The Tribune. Published Every KrJtlay 1IY THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO; D. W. MAJOlt, Editoii. ARTIE B. KEADLE, Local Editor. 4 Tkum $1.00 per Year in Advance. President Kruger, of tliu Boer Itopublic, expects to visit ftoHton, Chicago and Wash ington early in June. The teachers of this county should ex amine carefully the change made in the school law in regard to certilicates, and thus avoid considerable aiuioyiiiieo on that subject. i . -j A plan is now on foot to establish n rural free mail route from this city, to Dell flower and Gamma. The route to be about 29 miles lonir and accommodate ab.iut 1(H) families. If a party will organize in this state and place ;ih the paramount issue of the party, "An Honest Uallot and a Fair Count.", such a party, we believe can carry the state from one end to the other. The Political Hevicw says that it will be hard to keep Dave Hall in line with Holla Wells and his brand of democracy. It :t Governor Doekcry will have to keep that eye -a-winkin. Near...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 12 April 1901

ft A. f r. I w1 V The Tribune, Friday, - . . April 12, 10o7 Mm BAKING nmm .i Itonsrr , World's Fair Mf-j.' Mldwlntar Pr.k w.tiJfi1,V From Our Correspondenist JONESBURQ. Busy Ollkoy, Rcntrlo Chandlcc, JJeill.. Plctemewr and V. T. Hnr- mnn who Ih attending C. W. O. nt Wnrrnnton Hpont canter with homo folic. Father m. D. Collins spent Inst Thursday In St. Louis on business. Mis Amelia Druncrt who has brrii teaching Walnut Grove, bcIkioI the part winter cloned a very sui'trful term last week and re turned to her homo near Morsoy. O, ri. Conktln died very sudden ly Saturday morning at 1:15, of Pneumonia. Deceased wasft'lycnrs II id aillis and 21 days old. He loir oh a ho.U of rclatlvcx and frli inW to mourn IiIh loss. Caireneo Johnnon who has been wtelinig In the Journal omcc at thi- niico left for St. Louis Tucs tln.s light lo look for work. , Mi Bessie McCord who has been vl- ilng rclntlvcs and friends nt tit: i .i are for t ho past six months rcliirm d to her homo In St. Louis Sniutuy...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 12 April 1901

M I 1111. Some of the Results of the Municipal Election Held la Various States and Territories. ST. LOUIS CAPTURED BY DEMOCRATS. Carter Harrison, For tha Third Tim; Cnastn Mayor ol Cnlraso Tke City Connell; Hnnr, Una Kopabllcan Majority Ten-Tfca Ceateota tUiitkirh BL Louis, April 4. Elections were keld Tuesday In many state, Includ Inr Missouri, llllnol., Arknntns, Kan sas, Wisconsin, Nebraska, Minnesota, lfjxa and Colorado. Miisotrtt. In fit. Loula ,wlth one precinct miss ing, the count give Weill (dem.), for mayor, 4J,031j Parker (rep.), 34,S4 Meriwether (pulillu ownership), 80, fcM; Fllley,(ood government), 3.08. Th'e entire democratic city ticket la re turned by approximately the aame plurality. The president nnd tlx new members of the city council are re turned liy almllar democrntle plurali ties, nnd the homo ol delegate! "Ill atandt Democrats, 13; republicans, 12; public ownership, 3. Tho proposl tlon to Increase the library tax from one-fifth tn two-fifth of a mill, neccs aa...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 12 April 1901

THE TRIBUNE. HK TRtnrjtvK PRTO. CO. rabllshtrs. D. XT. MAJOIt, Editor. J brought a -whirl of desert dust. Harder UONTOOMEItY, inssouni; I "MESQUITE." I 4 by idah m. smoBsman. - MISS GI,KN'DOVnn tat on the ranch houso plnzra, shading her 'ycs from the while glare of the sun iy holding alioro them In beautiful, tcrtugcd fingers the last nnmbcr of 1 lout on magazine. It wan nil very new anil delightful to her, this trnnge, unfinished country; mid each day developed fresh chnrin. A n pcctnclo It wan perfect the very -desolation and silence of the desert stirred something within her that the Jlnck liay hail never remotely roused. "Viewed from the front row of the trc circle, nothing con 1.1 lie nioro fascinating to her nrt-luving genua than tills simple, wholesome life II veil nut nn nnturo teaches, nnil to feci tlint, for the time, the big, conven Honnl world of wise Insincerities was completely shot nwoy liclilnil those far, purple inouiitatiiii out of which roue the morning desert nun...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 12 April 1901

The Tribune. Friday, ... April 12, 1B01. Wo buy country produce. Jno. J. Mahtin. Asa McCanno Is still slowly Im proving. Mr. A. Worloy returned Frldny night from Bt. Louis, j Phone No. 57 for your Groceries Martin will do tho rest. M. Unas returned from a short visit to St. Louis last Monday. Dr. Flnloy of Wellsvlllc, was In town Tuesday. loo 1'nliiHT of New Florence, was In town Tuesday morning. Capt. Abo Kcmplnsky of Wells vlllo, whs hero Tuesday. Wo cell C.F. Ulnnkn's Coffco. Jno. J. Mautin. Father dross went to 'Jonesburg Tuesday. Clnrcnco Johnson of' Jonesburg, .spent Hmidny with his parents. Phono No. 57 for your Groceries, Martin will do tlm rest. Dr. Hnrtwell of Ht. I.ouls visited friends In this city lust Sunday. Seo whnt Haas Hros. have to nay In another column of tho Trl bunu. F.dgnr Hrooks moved this weeli Inl'i tho properly by tho C. 1: Church. Miss Marin Jones was tho truest of Miss Mary llalcrrhcrc Saturday and Sunday. . (Jus Ittner delivered 'JOhos hero Wednesday tha...

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