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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 19 April 1901

"T" r'-T I III i imTOrTTTTTTrnTTrTII I II II II li I m 1 1 Mi iff i i.r. iV H ' ' ' ;g-.-.-.l..a-r-.-r. .r-ra.ri: . " w - y'"T- - v - 'I r " ' ' '"t fi vym 4 r.i if THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. IX. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, KKIDAY, APRIL 19, lUOl. NO. 27 BURNED TO THE GROUND. The Court House All The at Danville and Nearly Records Lost. ORIGIN OP THE FIRE NOT KNOWN. Latit Friday night nt about 12 m. the court house nt Danville, this county wan burned to the ground ' and practically all Its- contcnta lost. Only a few book of tho Treasurer and Ilccordor were sav nd, that were locked In tho safes, All the other records wore lost, Viewed from any point, this flro was a great calamity to tho pcoplo ot the wholo county. Tho amount of -expense and troublo to which tho people will bo Hubjcctcd In per fecting land titles can hardly bo estimated In dollar and cents'. That the record ot tho county tthould havo been left In an oxpos d condition for yean, as they wero. Is a proposition that most...

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. — 19 April 1901

1 iju p The Three Gold-Bars Stolen From the Kaiser Wilhelm Der Grosse'n Treasure Room Found. THIEVES COULDNT GET THEM ASHORE. They were lllscovered, lr Steward. llarUK Ike Cleanlna at (lie hlii, Alter Her Arrival nl firemen Tbe radicular o( (he Find Not Yel (liven Out. Bremen, April Urlt la nnlhcntlcnl. ly reported that the three. gold ban ttolen from tho spcclo room of the North (Icrinrin Lloyd line sleomcr Knlscr W'HIiciin der flrosso during that vessel's last trip from New York, were discovered by a steward during the cleaning of the ship near the Kf ond cabin. Tlie reKrt of tho recovery of tho nUlng gold ban la olllclally con-finned. The cold Lara were discovered hr- blnd n cornice In tho corridor outslda f the second-clean saloon by Slew- ird Magcn. The police hare re vpencd their Investigations. m:ws si:,t"to"!i5W voiiic. lienor! ol thr rtnd Cabled In the Coinpnny'u Ke York ARcnls. Not York, April 14. Oclrlch &. Co., igcnla for the North Ocrman Lloyd Steamship Co., hate rc...

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. — 19 April 1901

THB"iTUNB:iX.rrwta rniu. vu, rabllsbsrs. P. TV, MAJOIt. Editor. MO.NTOOMEltY, MISSOURI. I "ALASI HOW EASILY THiNas ao WRONa." BY MABEL II. ROBINS. UnO you mean to nay that you nro LI going out riding alone with that Hint bounder, Osbcrt llowden?" Nell Chester's eyes flashed danger ously, ami inero wn an nuthorlta tiro tone In lila Tolcc. Alyno tortcscuo rnlied lier head wnn a naughty gesture. "I am going out riding alone with ir. jiowden," she cried, willfully, "and will you nlcase remember. I. fore you call him names, that you nro speaking of a friend of mlnol" "Friend or not," angrily, "X will not allow aueh a thing, I forbid you to go. Alyne' (t blazed. "You aecm to be anticipating mat icra," alio fold, "lou and I oro not married yet. t hate not promised to ouey you yet." "At lenl," his tone softening, "on engaged girl should respect the wishes 01 ner nance. "Not when they nrc unreasonable." unrcnsonnuiey Holly, "Ho you think It tinrrnsonable because I re fuse to allow you to go ...

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. — 19 April 1901

If IVtl MS m The Tribune. Published Every Krlciny nv THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO. 1). W. MAJOTt, EniToit. ARTIE B. KEADLE, Local Editor. Tkhmk $1.00 per Year iti Advance. The burning of the old court Iioiiho in Danville will work untold !innlHliim on the whole comity. That the recordH were not properly protected was evidently n grows neg lect of duty that Hhould be laid at the door of the person or pentoiiH charged with their safe keeping. When the people realizo jiiHt what they have lout and how much they have lout in the burning of the county recordH they will certainly demand to know who is responsi ble for Mich long. And if they do demand to know all, they Hhould never rest until they get the information. Fudge Henry "White, Presiding Judge of a county court stated to a Tribune Itcpu Hcntative that the court would offer a re ward of perhaps $500 for the detection of tin party or parties who caused the burning of tlio Danville Ccurt House last Inday night. If the fire was the work of...

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. — 19 April 1901

The Tribune, BWday, - April 10, 1601 mm wurt ! Tantaa pm. Dlb BAKING PWDffi Highest Honor, World's Fnl flold Medal, Midwinter Po- nM llrtllntf It 'lera ..teJril From Our Cor atondenlst JONbSdURO. Jim GUI wax down from Mont' gomury City Wednesday on bus.' ncsH. Z. Z. Stephens spent last vreck in bt. Louis buying new furniture. Geo. nizoy returned homo from St. Louis Sunday where he had been visiting relatives. ltny McCuIn went to St. Charles Sunday. A. II. Drunert attended court In Wamsuton Monday. Jim Dyer died Saturday night o( pneumonia. Deceased was 54 years old. He leaves a- host of relatives and friends to mourn his death. Franklin Hubbard, col'd, died Thursday night nnd wiul burica at this place Saturday. Win. Dyer spentsundny In War rcnlou with rclulltc und frlundj Miss Nettle Klctcinoyer who nt nlemlud C. W. C. at Wnrrcuttm, spent Sunday with homcfolks. Prank Kchotvongcrdt of Warren- ton attended Jim Dyer's funera. at this pltieu Tuesday. Karl I'u 11 it, publisher of liu Jou...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 19 April 1901

Shu." mo y i MY DOLLY'S ASLEEP. "Mr dollr'a atteep," tli .e bit tniM 81 on tha doortltp anil cheerily pl ed. The aklca nbova her trt dark with frown. . Th. rain fell (ul o'tr (ho dlirnut town) It drenched hr frock sndil ripped Irora ner hair. Ilut Ihi null tnollKr did not cart.. And the hadn't mother 10 look t her, Aa aim sal on the doorstep sod did not stir, A Hunt of tore In her haw1? 'ace. And dolly clu In her fond embrace. Ilut what do you children. Willi dolli to pare. Ileaulllul dolU with golden hair. Volla which open and shut their eyes And look to senile and cult and wlae, Huppme ni ihe dolly thl wee hit rnald Ursdltd and cuddled aa there the played! You needn't lie inrrr. I tell you Irue The child contented the whale way through, rhA.iaii her .tall aii only a bottle, found In an ash-heap there In the wet, cold iroundl Vane and love had Joined locelher, And the iV.ur little hrart waa light aa a feather. Thouih Die wild wind blew and It wel rain fell. Her dolly ami thewrrehap...

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. — 19 April 1901

1 THK BEST HE EVER SAW. A Mlasonrlan rroHouncea bn tthsj Tormina Possibilities of Wciltru Caunila, Just at present considerable Intrr tit Is belnff aroused In tlio fact tliat a few now districts (of limited Berenice) nro being opened out by tbo Canadlaa Government In Saskatchewan and As stnibola (Western Canada), And any Information concerning this country Is eagerly sought. Mr. W. It. Corser, of lllgglnsvlllc, Lafayette Co., Mo., vras a delegate thero during last summer, nnd writing of his Impressions lis tars! "X found surprising yields of praln of nil description. One farmer I vis ited tlircslicd of 173 acrest "COO bushels of wheat from IS seres, 0 busnsls to acre. "Guy bushels of barley from 10 acres, 13 bushels m sere. Tl.ooo bushels of oats, from 15Q..ocrcs, tOO bushels to sere. ' "The samples vtcre all No. 1. "I also saw n considerable number of stock. Snino do well and there Is no disease amongst them. They are a good source nf Income to the farmer. The cattle on the range b...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 19 April 1901

The Tribune. Friday, April 10, 1901, ltcv. Mitchell preached lout Sun day at CurryvlUc. Dr. Coatcn of New Florence was hero on business last Monday. Claudo Ellli went up to Wells Illclast Sunday to visit friends (?) T. .1. Powoll wan hero the first of the week to look after Probate business, Mr. lingers of the Arm of Alger mlssen ft Rogers pent last Sun day In 8t. LouIm. M. Hans, of the firm of Haas Bros., visited rclatlTeB In St. Louis last Sunday. Prof. Frank Garber of Wright City visited relatives In Wellsvlllc last Saturday. George Uptcgrovo of near Mid dletown, was In Montgomery City Mondny. Attorney Mlt Marker of Wells- vllle, was hem Tuesday on busl ncsH. Hownrd Kills of the New Flor ence Leader was In the city Mon dny. Oram! eqiiccrl at the opera house lo-nluht. Friday, reserved scnts 23 cents. Snnford Gregory of Danville, was In this city Mondny on busl uoss with tho county court. Jesse Mocker of Few Florence, was In Montgomery the fore part of this week. Miss I.ou Itoblnsu...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 26 April 1901

THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. IX. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, APRIL 28, lUOl. NO. 28 1 St. Louis Store. I Hetdqaarters for. I 1 5 Carpets. Curtains, ' Window Shades Mat tings and . Rugs. $ Our .Stock of .these I Coeds, is very Large, tin selection 1 Finer mid Jii Price are as low an the Z lowest. , $ 8 pes. Extra llcavj j if, All-wool Carpets wouid lie cheap at (50 to (we SPECIAL 50c. ' 5 pes. of Toe . grade .till ,? g wool Carpels, tho best J S't'ou oversaw, Sale Pricis ' NOW ONLY 69c ft Good Values in In- g grain Carpets 14. 25, 1; 35. 40 and 45 cts. 20 doz. Felt Window $ Shades. Spring Hollers Complete. 10c 30 do.. Fine Opaque Shades, All Colors. ISO.-. !S value, 25c S (iood Hugs ."i.'ic to $8. Good Lace Curtains $ 39c to $5.00 a pair. Miller & Worlcy. Shorlft'a Salo. II)' Itltio uT an execution L.uid from I be oflke of llic clerk of I ho Montgomery rounly circuit court, lu favor ol Mailou Skinner snd aitalu.t It. I. Jllackburn, 1 1111 " Icilcd upon all Ibo right. Ill l...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 26 April 1901

m i -in. tlnue to arrive from one lo three hours behind schedule time. Trafllc on the city street cor lines I continued to Im badly crippled all day M.... ni...... if.,.-. .1,. n. ni a result of the deep now nnd slush umiHifau visas. V. . vu. mv --v i , , , , .. . .-. ... I"" - - .. cent snow ana nam siorma I tlcolly nil mads entering the city corns THE CONVERTED AGUINALDO. B llss Tor lllmMlr the llaaevolaal Inltnl of ll Oaltod Rlstst and la S.lllO.d. Mnnlla, April 23. A press repre sentative vltlted Kmllto Agulnaldo, In the Ohio Valley. and luh In many place that the yesterday, nt M Soulono alrcet. width mnnt. tv.wfirfiil awpctiera liecama . . ,, , er lie wan removed from the Mnlaca nan, and found him In n large room moat powerful sweepers became stalled In it. A I .lt Ik. !,,. I. utlll . , i.-.t i... i mf atnlra. furnished with a table, a anaam tun imiiipaivp tin I mat cuv uii lruui i-uiiiuiuinvuviuii i'j -i . LOSSES WILL ASBncSATc HILUDIIS. w(h fire htadquiirtcra. Borne lire type...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 26 April 1901

mm; inmmm v "iy vk'-- --js; ' THE TRIBUNE. in TAIBCNB rilTO. CO. FsblUksra. P. W. MAJOR. Edllor. JtOKTaouERY, i inssotmi. 1 f . r i; bi lk: i t RV 4 Making Nanette Happy. BV tlXA WHEELER WILCOX. 'Tlin first time he saw her he m ten 1 years olil and sho two. Iter par ents had taken possession of thehouso text door to lili own home only lite previous week. It was a warm Mny nflcrnoon nnd ho wan coming home '.from school with his books strapped over his shoulder when tlio shrill cream of a child fell on hi car, scream full of angry poln nnd rebel lious grief, lie turned In the dlrre 1lon of the Round, and saw a vision of child I h loicllncss a tangle of golden Jinlr, two great eyca swimming In -feius like panslcs plucked from their tcmi and toned Into a bowl of wnter, n pursed up spot of crimson where the mouth should be, nnd two doubled lists, the slzo of pink rosebuds, beat ing the air, while the smnll fret -tamped In Tlolent rnge. With the crrnms of the child had mingled tin) -will ...

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. — 26 April 1901

"-?ntTy'",-'","'l""''""'l - The Tribune. 5' i I if' Pf i i I n V i IB. I I Published Every Krklay liv THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO. D. W. MA.10K, Jii.iToii. AKTIE H. KKADLK, Local Editor. Tkiimh $1.00 jier Year in .Advance. You can write it now "Joseph Flory, Secretary of the "Worltl'H FairCoinmiKKion." The right kind of u dog. At. Hartford, Conn., a canine agrecal)ly tiHton'wliud Iuh nimtrcHH ly hringing in a $20 lull lie had found upon the Hired. The had ueWHaper man unyn now that a Kiiiihiih City jiMticc of the peace is to he given a medal for having decorated Min Nation with the ancient order of the firniid Bounce. Thu ling that Aguiualdo hat hcen try ing to Hhoot the Htni'H out for thu pant two yeara, he- now calls thu "novereigu hanner of the United Ktatcn." Aguiualdo kuciiw to have gotten liiw eyc-H open, even hefore noiiio of our people. It will not do to wink at the loan of the county record. Some hody iw respoiiHihlu for the Ions, thu respoiiHihility hIioiiIiI lie placed and pr...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 26 April 1901

ft l... I : ' D Friday, - - m m Tup TRTRniSIP ' Julian Updyko and brldo visited I visited their daughter, Mr. II. C. " - ' Anv. i ncsdnv. v- - nine mk stun r trtr Mwotn. CREAM BAKING mmm IU ' .-t Honor, World's Pal, (' till, Midwinter Pol t tov 1m i It from Our Corrcspondentst i 1 rjl 4 ris i pm luui Uov ,j g ,)nnc,n vUUcd the : ' family of Gibson Dickey Inst St- ! urdny evening. 0. U. Ques.s. Unfit winter 1 wax confined to my I bed with a very bad cold on tho mugs. coining gavo mo rcnci. ' Finally my wlfo bought a bottlo of Ono Minuto Cough Cure that ef fected a speedy cure. I ennnot speak too highly of that excellent remedy." Mr. T. K. Houseman, Mnnntawncy, Pa. City Drug Store. Egbort. Since our lust report from this place bur school board have cm- tilnvo.l Phnr1i.it ltlnflrmnn. nt Toll belts, Cnllswiiy county, to teach Inh, visited friends In Mont our school. Miss Maud Uralton Komrry City tho latter part of last did not put In nn nppllcntlon for tho nosdny. Wra. Ilftll spent last...

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. — 26 April 1901

CREED OP BUDDHISM. Sudden and Severe attacks of Neuralgia Oriental Religion Has Some Follow er! in This Country, comt to mntijr of ut. Inithowcftr bad lltt cut Jacobs Ml st fOil penetrates promptly and dte r-tr, soothes snd strengthens Ihc mm slid brings a sure curt. Original Teachings Were- Part Blevatlaar, Hal Hum Hetm Ptr vvrlvd bjr a a? eedr anil a-aralltloas Priesthood. (Bptclsl Correspondence. THE rcllglona of the mat hare al ways possessed a mysterious fascination or thoae Interest ed in occult lore, and lure (or mnny years been paining a graduolly In creasing number of occidental follow era whole numbers, alnce the world's fair graced Chicago, hare Incrcaaed SCRAPS OF INFORMATION. The flrat Hnglish steel pens were old nt 30 shillings each. New 'Zealand had lint yenr 0,438 factories, with 48.MS employes. Ocroglnns nro "llmejiarils," from a atato law prftrc ttnir thcae birds. Hugar exists In tho anp or leave of nearly Six) dllTcrent klmli of trees. The rcllnlng of angar was In...

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. — 26 April 1901

I The Grand Colorado Canxon. The great IntCTmountaln streams, tike the Yellowstone and the Colorado, flow through landscapes of drsolnto rjnndeur, vast expanses compatsed by endless mountain range and clillt the bright sides with never-melting snows. The countless peaks look down on tin clouds, while far below the clouds wind valleys that the sunlight never reaches. Twisting In gloomy dusk through (line valleys, a gaping canyon yawns, Peer ing fcurfully into Its black, forbidding depths, an echo Racket the rar. It U the fury of a mighty river, so far'bt low that only a sullen roar rises to the light o! ilsy. With frightful Telocity It rushes through n channel cut during centuries of patience deep Into the stubborn rock. Now mad with whirl pools, now silently nwfnlwlth stretches of green water, that wait to lure the boatman to death, the mighty river rushes darkly through the Grand Col orado canyon, No sport, no fun, no frolic there. Here nre only awe-In-spiring gloom and grandeur, a...

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. — 26 April 1901

is is Ml , ; cl The Tribune.' Friday, - - April 20, 1001. Leslie Head visited In Wellsvlllo, lost Snndny. j D. Hnctheti will hcU you Collins' i Turf nnd Stubble Mow. ! Hughe went to Judge E. M, Mexico Tuesdny Miss Floy Boa of Now Florence wns visiting In this city Tuesday. Miss Kthel Owlngs spent lnl Sunday In Wollsvlllo the mifft of friend. Guy N'unnclly mndo n Hying ( biihtnonn trip to Juncshurg Wi'd-, ncsdny. , Attorney John Ciillom o( Wells- , vlllo trmiHiictod business horuj TucMdiiy. II you want to bo Hindu happy! go to Tultlo & .Inggcrii nnd get n dish of Clrnfcninn'H delicious leo Cream. ' Hon. Kob't .Shackelford of Clay ton, was here thin week on legal , business. Dr. (I. I-'. Miiiih wnn Nuw Florence Tueitilny on profes-i pharmacy tuouui uusincss, , ; a. l'ltmnn .Smith left Thnrs Hmii .Morrln. tho huslllng hide !" '"" extended enMern trip. The History of Wall Paper (iocs.lTauk In tliu time il' ancient Kgypt. Km iihi ehiiic era begun in Kuropo in tin- 18th century, ultii...

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. — 3 May 1901

1 1 THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. IX. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MAY :3, lUOl. NO. 21) r Shorlfl's Salo In Partition. Hy vlrtttr at a ilrcreK of the Montgomery county rlrrtilt rourl In n rrrtaln partition proreedlnir wlirrrlu John I.. 1'. Iladiierand Hal nil William, are pHlnlllTa and Marin llorlun nlla Minnie, llorlnii, Itoliert K l.ce llortnn, loliani Itandidi1i Ilorlrn. Alllx llortnn, Martha. Ilorton and Charlra K'nlc Imohler nro delenduila. I will offer fur lair at pulilac -iruuiie to the hlghee! bidder fur caih at tho rourt.liuue door III llin town of MciulifOiiirrjr City In aald ruilnlv un Thurs day llii- null day of May ltll. brtwrri. the luiiira ul II nVlnek n. m. anil f ii'rlork I', in. ol aa'd day and while thnrlrfull rourt lain MMlon Ilic lollowlnjr Urarrlheil ri al ettalc situated In MnhtKuiiirry enmity In the Stntn nlMl.mtirl.tu.wlt! fan of the S 1-1 of thin N K 11 see. I). I I" I! I wel, liounilnl at tollonst Commenelntf al thr X K rorncr ul mid (rail, ruuiilu ....

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 3 May 1901

OLD BRICK CHURCH. Washington Sometimes Worshiped Within Its Plain Walls. Romantla Spot In llm Valley of llraa Creek, Ten Miles from (be Cap lint, an thn Maryland Hid of In I'otomae, IBpecUl Washlnilon Ixller.J T11K forrsta nre clml In emerald Rreen, the olr U redolent of floral life ami rraonant with (lie chlppcrliitfs ii ml t m it I e rliiff snil bickerings of the frnthered children of crrntlon, the Mils and dale of aulmrli.in Washington are dally and nightly trsrrlcil, on their superior roodn, ly rldcra, ilrlvrrs, cyclists, nutuniolilllsts and ieilcstrlsns. Not only our own people nre enjoying the woodland (lories nnil lirmitlra of the country, hut Tlslllni; frlrnils uho come from near ami far are shown the country utile of the national care Hal, n well as itx ofllclal, nodal and architectural itde. There Ii no road trailing Into nr out of the nntlnnal capital which dora not lirlup one to Mitotic otn; and they who hate hecn here totiif do not renlle thin fact no well a the raMial ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 3 May 1901

iT7 ft BAN THE FINAL HEAT to ENGLISH HIRING FAIRS. I bv raaor webuho, Carol Heily tliruit Hi hands deep Inte the noeketi of hit white bitter, threw hie head back in! laughed. Tlili quarter-mill trick wu too much for hie eeiue of the ridiculous. Tlie little towa of Knoxtille ni hidden fir awiy in the mi pie woode of weetern OnUrlo. The mldtummer meet ing wei held in the burning brilliance oi en Au-uit afternoon. Carol had only ar rived in Knoivlllo an hour before, and presented himself to hii ftthtr'a old friend, the owner of the track, without any Iom of time. Carol waa 24, with all the peri tnce and assurance of young Canada at euch in aje, but he little pleased, aa be leaned forwent in the Judge'i box, that thle wat to be hla day of daya. One of the "Jockeyt" waa a lank Canuck with a bittered old white fedora pulled om bia face; another waa a young Bigger, whoie itockinaed feet curlnl round hla atlrrupi aa he itruted with the wiry little filly he waa riding; but the third bone, a ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 3 May 1901

This Tribune. l'ubllMhctl 12vory I'rltliy HV THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO. 1). W. MA.IOIf, Hi.itoii. AHTIH . KKAHliK, Local Kditor. Tr.itMs !?I.H) per Year in Advance. Tim Iii-rtt tiling to induce a mini to get on (liu grass is a "Keep Off tin; (rass" In serious accident at Wicliita, having had! her log smashed, while attending court out1 there. Thu fouling was somewhat allayed,. however, when it, wan aMccrtaincd that she: had smashed it herself, having found a joint i in it. .'resident MeKinley's tour through the' west is in the nature of a triuuiih in which I all the people in every section of this great1 inatiou vie with each other in doing Mm! honor. McKinley's administration has been) I Hitch that (he people of all .sections can, with willing hearts, receive him as the greatest ruler of the greatest nation of the world. i Much sympathy was stirred up last week among the supporters of Mrs. Carrie Xat-' ion when they heard that she had met with sign. To read it he must walk over the l...

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