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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 18 September 1908

Coffins & Caskets Durable Copper or Zink Lined will be shipped on short notice. Stock is all standard and api- to-date; nothing injiie shoddy line. Oj^fers solicited. £ Telegraph for s^vice. J. A. KNIGIH Watch Repairing! If you have, Watch or Clock that needs re- pairing, bring or send it to me. Work is all guaranteed. I have the Largest and Finest stock of Jewelery in Navasota Montgomery people al- ways welcome to visit my store. " W. E. Wilson. Navasola, - Texas.' Pure Drugs and Sundries $ I thank you all for your liberal patronngo during the $) year 1907, and hope te have a continuance of the sanio W during 1908. We carry nothing but tho best of Drugs 0$ Montgomery Drug Co. eg J . W * RAILROAD TIME TABLE. G. C. & 8. F. South Bound. No. 217, Flyer for Beaumont. . . .7:41a. in. No. 205, Mixed train for Oloveland 8:50 p. m. North Bound. No. 200, Mixed train Somervillo . . 7:;J0 a. m. No. 218, Flyer for Somerville . . . 10:05 p. in. C. B. Stewart SUKVJEYOK All Work Given Prom...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 18 September 1908

m Night Sweats & Cough. E. W. Walton, Condr. S. P. Ry., 717 Van Ness St., San Antonio, Tex., writes: ''During the summer and fall of 1802, my annoyance from catarrh reached that stage where it was actual misery and developed alarming symp- toms, such as a very deep-seated cough, night sweats, and pains in the head and chast. 1 experimented with several so- called remedies before I finally decided to take a thorough course of Peruna. "Twoof my friends had gone so far as to inform me that the thing for me to do was to resign my position and seek a higher, more congenial climate. Every- one thought I had consumption and I was not Expected to live very long. "Having procured some Peruna, I de- cided to give it a thorough test and ap- plied myself assiduously to the task of taking It, as per instructions, in the meantime. "The effects were soon apparent, all alarming symptoms disappeared.and my general health became fully as good as it had ever been in my life. "I have resorted to th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 18 September 1908

BEING BUILT ENTIR STEEL AT FT. OMAH NEB. Government to Carry aft Experiments In Aerial Navigation/-Flrst Struc- ture of . Its Ever Erected In/ Country. h-, Neb.—Tjfis city has the first Btc^t i>Ull(Jon ho«Be ever erected. It Is being by\the United States government in order that balloon ex- periments may be carried on exten- sively at Fort Omaha, which is strict- ly a signal station. This monster building is going to cost the government $50,000. It Is erected by a Minneapolis company, and as it is the first steel balloon house ever built, is something in the nature of an experiment, there being absolutely no precedent to follow. It is entirely of steel. Not an atom of wood is in the building. Even the window nasings are of steel. Tliero are r 200 las of steel in this moil use, which is 200 feet . JO ; ide and 75 feet high. Being a. er a new style of architecture ihe fivst of the kind ever erected, ,t is something of a responsibility. It is what is known as the "Church truss" buil...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 18 September 1908

■ \ ... Vr-" ::: • • " ■> • , ^ TS ' ' r X J* ■ * V ' v> V": • - /?•' • gr- " '• ;• - % ■: ;T ' " -' v I , **? Vs s '- <' ,rV $MS ■T Wagons by the Carload Buggies by the Carload We will sell them at close prices. We handle the famous Studebak- er Make. Call and see them. N. H. BRANCH L A. PEEL (Morris' letter continued.) ( I saw him go down in defeat and disaster at the polls "unhonored, unwept and unsung/' and "his nauio bceamo a hiss and a byword among men." I saw him denounced in the city of Austin betore the State Dem- 1 ocratif Executive Committee and audience of ono hundred or more defaulter in the sum of more 4our thousand doilfus" to your !Tty, I stood by him when with ts in his eyes he begged of a man I had saved him from ussasina- fin a years gone by, and who is |v a member of your Commigs- nors' Court, to use his influence the foreman of the Grand . for the sake of his wife and on, to prevent an indictment defalcation, and the reply of aan was, "tell the thief &a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 25 September 1908

/< v; -1 .. .* #/ yptyj. r0 / /3. •£( See Lauve for MontgomeryCityLots and Fire Insurance. The Montgomery Chronicle P. P. HASSLER. Publisher Published in the interest ot Montgomery and Montgomery County One Dollar A Year VOL. 2 MONTGOMERY, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TEXAS., FRIDAY,SEPT. 25 1908. NO. 47 <4— <3— ><}—"cj-. For Groceries, Clothing, Hats, Caps and Shoes that are sold as cheap as any place in town, call on IV. B. WOOD. BARGAIN DAYS II Pays To Trade With "®8 W. R. JONES & CO. Beginning Saturday Sep. 26th and includ- ing Saturday Oct. 3rd. we will give 5 per cent off in cash on sales including Staple Groceries. We will also give extra, an additional 5 per cent making 10 per cent, on all Shoes, Underwear, Hosiery, Tin and Glassware and Notions. Purchases must be for cash and delivered in store and must amount to $1.00 or more. We keep no cheap John goods, but the best in our line. We offer the best Flour made. Our Santos parched Coffee, in bulk has no equal-fresh,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 25 September 1908

THE MONTGOMERY CHRONICLE. rEJJUi P. HAS3LEB, Fob. MONTGOMERY, - - TEXAS. A minion for turnpikes, but not a cent for graft. In these modern day8 ihe "raging of the dog star" is not taken Slrlus-ly. Castro is defiant. So was the bull that tried to throw the locomotive off the track. "Some men ought never to have been born," says the Philadelphia In- quirer. How true! Indiana steer ate dynamite; enraged owner threw a brick at him. Much noise. Result, a bum- steer. The .human body is 75 per cent, water, says a scientist, the other 25 per cent, being spirit, we presume. Berlin must be getting so used to teeing airships that before long the Berllnera will decline to strain their necks. Hi A New Jersey m'an won't pay his bills because his wife is out of work. Some charity organization should look up this pitiful case. Now it Is a revolution which Is on the Persian carpet. The movement has just camped, apparently perma- nently, upon the Turkish rug. Kermit is sure to bring back some remarka...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 25 September 1908

7 if > I •fsERIAL^ [/l STORY C^j THE IRON WAY A Tale of the Balldera of the West V By SARAH PRATT CARR !Uu tratioo kr Art. WIlllimMn Copyright, 1BOT, A. C. McClurff <* Co.. Chicago 3YNOP8I8. The story opens during a trip of the "Overland Mail" through the Roclo mountains. "Uncle Billy" Dodge, stage driver, Alfred Vincent, a young man, and Pliineas Cadwallader, introduced. They come across the remains of a massacre. Later at Anthony's station they find th,. redskins have carried their destructive work there also. Stella Anthony, daugh- ter of Anthony, keeper of station, is in- troduced. Anthony has been killed, Vincent is assigned his work in unearth- ing plans of enemies of railroad being built. Vincent visits town where railroad men are working on the road and receives token of esteem from Stella. The old stage driver decides to work close to town in order that he may be able to keep fatherly watch over the young woman. She is engaged as a tutor for Viola Bernard, daughter of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 25 September 1908

4ts fk. tfjft - THE MONTGOMERY CHRONICLE Published Every Friday by Pearl P. Hassler. 4.11 reading mutter advertisements will published In the Ohkoniclk at 5 cents per line. Kates on display advertisements will be made known on application. We guarantee a general circulation throughout Montgomery County. Entered as seoond-olass mail matter November 10, 1906, at the post office at Montgomery, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3. 1879. SUBSCRIPTION: ONH DOLLAR A YBAR, IN ADVANCE. Menil>er Farmers' Union, Local No. 3480. For President in 1908, WILLIAM J. BRYAN, of the United states. lip; |T '■ V DEMOCRATIC TICKET. The following candidates for state district and county offices wero nominatod at the primary on Satur- day, July 21: NATIONAL TICKET. President—W. J. Bryan. Vice President—J. W. Kern. STAT* OFFICERS. Governor—T. M. Campbell. Lieut. Gov.—A. B. Davidson. Attorney General—It. V. Davidson. Comptroller—J. W. Stephens. Commissioner of General Land Of- fice—J. T. Robinson....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 25 September 1908

Watch Repairing:! If you have. Watch or Clock that needs re- . pairing, bring or sand it to me. Work is all guaranteed. i m I have the Largest and Finest stock of Jewelery in Navasota Montgomery people al- ways welcome to visit my store. ^ W. E. Wilson. • Nnvasota, - Texas.i RAILROAD TIME TABLE. e,C,4B. F. Mouth Bound. No. 217, Flyer for Beaumont. . . .7:41 a.m. No. 20."), Mixed train for Cleveland 8:50 p. in. North Bound. No. 20rt, Mixed train Somorville . . 7::J0 a. m. No. 21b, Flyer l'or Momcrvllle . . . 10:05 p. in. m Pure Drugs and Sundries I lhank you all for yoi' liberal patrunage during tho year 1907, and hope te have a continuance of the same during 1908. We carry nothing but the best of Drugs Montgomery Drug Co. wmMm.mmm.mmm.mmm mmmmmmmm:mi % mm% C. B. Stewart SURVEYOR All Work Given Prompt Altcniion MontoomerY, - Texas II. E. Jam* went to Navasola Monday ori basinets. Lee Frusslerof Conroo, spent Sur. day in our cily. W. N. Beck worth and wife wore over from Bobbin last S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 25 September 1908

X TO END WHITE PLAGUE. SHE GOT HER MAN—HAPPY. WOULD HAVE 8TATE8 PROVIDE FREE SANITORIA. TO BAR HOPELESS EASES. Bill For 3anltarlum Pefeated by Last Legislature—All World Joining Hands to Fight Plague. Austin, Tex.—Texas will be repre- uented at the International Tuberculo- sis Congress In Washington by Dr. W. M. Brumby, state health officer, and about 100 other leading physicians and health officers. All the world has now joined hands to stamp out the (i'eat white plague which annually costs more human llveii than all'the otttcr diseases combined. Physicians and scientists from every civilized country will be there, including Dr. Behrens, the discovered of diphtheria anti-toxin, which annually saves tho lives of hundreds of thousands cf children. No Behrens has yet come forward with ft specific for consumption, but under proper conditlon'3 and atten- tion to sanitary details it can ulti- mately be stamped out. As John Locke says, "prevention is better than cure and far cheaper." , I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 25 September 1908

TROUBLE ON THE RID GRANDE. /] U. 8. MARSHALL BREWSTER AP- POINTS ADDITIONAL DEPUTIES. They Are to Be Active During tho Mexican Fiestas, Which Started on September 16. Galveston, Tex.—Chief Deputy Unit- ed States Marshal John G. Schermack Monday received at headquarters con- firmation of the appointment made by United States Marshall C. G. Brews- ter of these additional deputy mar- shals for temporary duty along the border. It is understood that tho ap- pointment of three additional men In the border country has been taken as a precautionary measure, and is the result of personal investigations.mlade by Col. Brewster along the Rio Grande. It is learned that the appointment of the men was brought about espec- ially through the fact that the great Mexican fiestas which started on the 16th and will last for several months, might prove of benefit to such Mexi- can revolutionists as might seize upon the unsettled condition of affairs at such a time to cause a further upris- ing along the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 25 September 1908

I X Wagons by the Carload Boggias by the Carload We will sell them at close prices. We handle the famous Studebak* er Make. Call and see them. N, H. BRANCH L A. PEEL in kt, J* s thV/-, 'his space reserved for a special Fall) Announcement next week. •/ T.J. PEEL Dry Goads, Groceries and Hardware, Soils for Ijoss Just Received a car load of Elour. —Bobbin Junction Saloon— —Headquarters for— Budweiser Beer Wines, Whiskies and Cigars. Your patronage solicited. Call and see me. Dan H, Womack. Subscribe Now. DENTAL NOTICE I have opened a Dental Office in the McComb Building' over the Furniture Store where I will be at your service with first class and guaranteed work. N. P. STARK, D. D. 3. Soutb Africa.is very far from the United States, nevertheless there are thousands of intelligent Ameri- cans who cannot but be interested in the fact that that wonderful, rich and extensive region is now essen- tially and enthusiastically an En- glish Colony—a region whore the English languago will be s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 10 December 1909

w / i The Montgomery Chronicle ftiiowu i*. f. ummlv... uj>?h>iisr VOL 4 ; Polished iii the tnifest at'^^omery and Montgema-y GeuTity One Dollar A Year MONTGOMERY MONTGOMERY COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10 1909 NO. 5 I' S w ^We want the money "and the (JOJKJipijiust go. " . ^T5TTT ALQATE "WllSrs E don't tool the p,>o|ilo bv advertising, but have the Goods to back up what we way. VY (> sell more Goods because we • Soli T^iem Clieaper. Wo get JO pur cent, oil instead of paying 10 per cent, and give the people th of «j r purchases* ^ __ | MANY MEN MAKE MONEY J BUT u! How many Men loose Money-foi' the|) c^want of a Safe Depository. ' DEPOSIT WITH & The First State Bank Of Montgomery, Texas. N. o. I.AirVK.'VusiiU % Regardless Of Cost Wlpw EiBMSBattJKfc* i -jvrvxamierm** 0<S>4> «g SANTACLAUS IS C'OMiNI, >«♦ # l fidurs' V«v ls worth I'o" lor 15c. Ladle*' Vest* wurdi 20c tor 10c. Ladites' I lose w.vih 35c lor 25c. Ho.se worth 10c tor 5c- Men's labor shirts wort...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 10 December 1909

f/i T """NTO/ I ■"*4,r Fmtl a A. Pa#ks, aiul the flii' known heirs of Martha;A. Park. .1 \V Psrh and the unknown heirs of J. tt'i Itetfc, >be ntoMi heirs or J. J. Scot: W, W 'Hifttivftu > «! the unhno" i Vl If li. r<"ijmpsoD. Martha A •iMMttKuii, 4i.<i Uie imkDown heirs o' tHrUit A. ffuupsmi. by making pub Kcatfoii if ilia i-itatiou once In eacl week f> r eight successive weeks pri- •ions to I lie stluro Uay thereof, i: somu newspaper tiuiillsbed in your ^county. if (Wre lw a newspaper ptib ijsiieU therein, but if wit, tfa«n lu anj ewspapci published in tti« 'Mi Jud'ici- if District; but if there be no news- puhUshad in said Judicial t)is- fbeo iu a newspaper pnblmhcd nearest district to said !>tli Ju jiMilng at the e McCaleD's 14*Jfcre west bank of Onev Ail raatiu1, c west ith said Jesse irr.„,in. Qfikti) line 1500 varas to the - .** boumlary line of the said O. W. Logajt oue-lhird teugue survey; llience bouJi Jlh said west bound- ary line of said O. \V. Logan aur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 10 December 1909

.loll in IIU U.«.. I'l • of wlttcll till) llolVllllclll G TM K ST A V K of TKXAS. WuB mmiiiui IV n lliiMllbur. 'I'o uny Hhenrl or On Uible of, I'lini tin-i ton>t >i>t<> it. •!"' 41oiilv!Oiiiciy G«iUnt.V, liuwiiiijt: • ,v S.hin, ami If. .lorn-, una iiiu You arc liuj'otiy I) .Iliiinilnl. il to j Unmvn Intra nl t' H Julius t.i £ttin'moll JuKojili 8|ioih:o, iho 'in-' 1 liuir riiiiin if mi'i.1 i i|ii il)n>ii a known licit'* i'l •Jom'(i|i S|ioncu, t- K Joltll., Uml I h«' III. I i-O W II JllU.O in I'.. It. Julius, luu li''"' * • J• !'n™i /t Son*-, J. IK Ni.Ii.ch ii..<1 ilio uii- ■ i. I-JIL-'-.'!" ii'.l in b.i \u ,.r .M. Juiomi Leiro ol J. 15 NoImck, in making publication i>« tV.i^ ci.it on diico in om'Ii week lor oialtt niti-ce - ^ivo w:i.ks previous to tho rctirii jd y lliuronl. in home iic*\>|MpiT pub. li-i.t'.l in your county, " n«.r«> «o u jjuWKpiv|i^r publii-beil tllcrum. bit. ii jiot, tbfii in uny no'V-pupor pub i*b- 4*1 id tho iltli Judicial IJisrn.-..;...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 10 December 1909

f -*>?■ -" ntoomcry chronici e I "^u Mishfcfl Every Friday by Pearl P. Hassler. AU r«adlll)ii*Uer advertisements will be published In th# (HiHON H'LK ui 5 cent* fTaer Hue. Rates oil display a.lrertlseuienti will be muds known on application. ** We sftar(Mite« general circulation tftrousUwit Montgomery Oouuty. Kntered as sccoud-olsBB mail matter November It), l!l )ti, at the post "ofcei at koDtgOQitry, Texas, under the Act of Congress of Msrch 3. 1S7:>. t>v< 'KI I'TIOX: ONE DOLL A B A YEAtt, IN ADVANCE. *t?.inhcr rnrM w' Pnton, I^oc-al No. tt48Q. (lilatliiu It) P.ite.i.-tion. 'fliB STATK OK TEXAS. HolltTl hvv ' V, Y. Kuiiua et l. filtiktlQii by FubUwiUOi) Joliii ii. ia • KftiS Nov, Stf.il A, II. lww, f y AI.K. MV>KI4IH,JH. Dial.Court, Montgomery * o.. J To the HheillT or any Constable o/ Mont urmcry OouiJly.iirteilnir: , Ytm nr -Uvrt'Uv commatutoik to aumntoi John H. by * ** *S publication VltMlton )n ♦•acli ,we**k for four *|Tv W**eli prrvin* fo the return day of* t?&...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 17 December 1909

I! V 1- M* !**«, W*\i<Go.\|-BH-V "MO.V I'i.'OMKK V C< C NT Y-. .Tf*Y AS, VHUMS'. DKOKV^Ii.KU .17. til t'i ■affS'y8-'- . : «■<■!■'. j. I .1. ' ' -■ AO.li f V MEN MAKE MONEY a«H®ev. a Viz.sr.it fh-3 r«5n2^and.:!%3 poods mast go. )&b~T J5X.LjD2Z'J£ "^/V^I'ZST £} '.■ ■v.# "■ — . |Mow many Men Monev--fV>i* iWiUlt ()f it S;;f(> Depository. ftihv 11' ,1'1 ' JJ ' )•' !i:iV0 t-h« (jo-jd'-j t) ba -If up whn! wa, VY"*•* - efl ut'iic iio'I■*-ityii/iuse- ,<v o Tiaem Cheaper. i m DEPOSIT WITH W >.!J.'' ; ;Y- -. .-■ ill? First Stale link 0! ,Ta V\ (.• yet 10 )•«•,• • lit i.ll ii.>i a I < !'pa ving 10 ju V*Wnl nirl giv-* f.ljj «-•<Ihrfciiieti ')*?.* i ! %V. ti. \\ 1-AI \" K, f'MMfloi'. U A I'KK!/, \;i vrmm^tiasm t •;H ANTACLAX'S IS COMING! ' I i « r >' V >is n ort'i fui 1 - Mt-n's l.tUur shirt* worth ")0<.- flu- 3."ii-, worth -Oc tor 10,.. Mvii s l.i'wir shins w. ith i"n«:~- r -ioc. J.SHl^Of -1 0<C l« r ii-*).-. !'■ Mcii-Vtso'. ks w. rth Hfi^io- "n- 1. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 17 December 1909

Jk ffntftlutOOMEItr CWBttMICtt """" Published Erery Friday by SW! jj easier. tM r<'«(ltnt raattei *dv i Umvwbm «III Vi yubu«<n><1i iRWtf •< L •: Tyunv. adv^rUs^w^aU *>Hl bo pirfleat.4#u. *■ ga^jpFfi] rIrcululfloa tkTaugh«i i M«n&Cg<Hu«i\y Oounly*. J*T"''k ter>;i aV^^oad leloewai 1 ni«t«f Nattubu 10. 1W|«, at (* !"• < eWee at JjiLsBly^OBie'ry, aoder the Aet ot t'ougfcja f March .1. •'• BU^SCRIFTION: 0«K IJOJ-LAU A *IJAk,. Cy ADVA What W y H>«l * > ***>■ «!«# if FaWttu Oe . ui mJtei or TBI A*. inty Tr«%m«*r- IBSffcS* ^ V* h^ii*2ire^Ow^f* "" • «n *ry Oo«nly,Ui*5^w: *Yon are beruhr wtminan<K-.l to summon John H. Ltx>, by ...hKIhk jBihlli-HUpn ot this litutloi onw Hunch wut-k tor lour an(Ofa taut b* ua oewijgptr *MT Ot urt ob y.Oeaaty p JV" ' MMi" 'i" ■ ■■ ' /'?&■ fT' i;, £kk ^>'wt$Ln'SMtv." ' Bgf| h . t- k ' - '<■■■ - Com ' ilea • Bllr wtM jo* are easily led **tr y.' (He promised to be better Christian ib%ji he bad ever been). 4len...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 17 December 1909

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 17 December 1909

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Publication Title: Montgomery Chronicle, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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