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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 3 May 1901

Hi i. '' V. The Tribune, Friday, ' ?! - Mny :i, .TntncB AditttiN of WcIImIUo was I Wollsvllle. In Hi In mlf?Minrlinnr1 Mmiiinv with I .Mr. nml Mm. Aero, nnd llttlo a lino SlOu organ trying to mnko a daughter, Paulino, left Thundny i(K)l pi0. Ho left It for a fow day with ' night for Colorada Springs, Colo., Mrs. .1. F. DIekev. their future homo. 1 rvnt MSC IIIIH f TAT . DR- r CREAMl BAKING IliifltMS. Motor, World's Fal." Clo'.: .MeiJil, Atldwhttor Pair t ! ' im!n iliilrl' " t A shower of rnln would Do ni gaoat bciu'llt jimt now, a tho fields nrc getting dry and dusty nnd tho young onts nro needliigrnlii bndly. llov. Wllllnm Ponn celebrated Ills Will birthday last Wednesday. llov. Pcnn 1h ono of tho old lnnd llov. 11. K. ry, spent Prom Our Corrcspjndenfst JonuBburR. Punier arc busy planting torn. Mr. 11. C. Wilson of Manchester ' nrm family Sundny. McQttlo of Montgomc last Thursday with friend here. mIoh Vora Haskctt of near West Quivrc church was trttfRKnt of, licr sister here Inst ...

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. — 3 May 1901

i HI'S WW. The Seventy-ninth Annlveriary o) Oen. Grant's Birth Cele brated at Galena, III. A NUMBER OF GUESTS FROM CHICAGO. Amii Tkrra ma Iter, rraak W, laaaataa, Who vtae the Oralai ( the Oar. aa4 Who Uvrelt I'poa the Innate Honesty thai reriaeat d Oraat'a Character. Galena, III., April 28. The seventy ninth annivertnry of the birth of (Jen. Grant wni celebrated here. The' oc cation wa the tenth of a aerie and In erery respect was successful. The speaker of the day. Iter, Dr. Frank W. (lunssulu. and a party of uialln-fc-ulthcd Ruril" arrived from Chicago at HIS o'clock and Her cacorUd to Turner hall. Her. Dr. (JunnnuW ddre wr warmly received by on Immente uudi' ncc. The city Ma decornted It. honor of the event, which wa par tlclpatcd In by leading citizen of town and Tillage within a radlii of 100 mile. Letter of regret were rend from Mm. !cn. (lrant, Mr. Kartorli, Admiral Dewey, Senator Chauncey M Depcvv, Senator Allium and nthew prominent American. Win. lllpplili prralilent ol th...

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. — 3 May 1901

THE TRIBTOE'. BTIIR Tllini XT. IMITM. CO. FaMlsher II. W. MAJOII, Uilllor. iiontoomi:i:y, i s Missouri. A Declaration of Independence. I by aoptim bkosson nircR.varov. (From the Lames' World. New York. K.prlMed by spectst permission.) "TT'8 n good many year since the A Itrlltilicni found out tbnt the folks on this tide of the water meant busi ness when they not up for themselves. 'Other folks since then has hrd to de clarc Independence, and flght fur It. too. 1'vo got a story to tell along that line. It nil come through them turkeys. Tustwnys they vrgi the cauae of the xleclnrntlon, other things havln' bin .lendln' up to It fur a long time. The question wits about pardner hip. What air pardner? Kin a man im" a woman ho artliieni, when the -woman I pardner only when ahe'a .roI somcthln' worth sharln', while the man In pardner the hull llvln' time? That win the p'Int that both rred inc. It don't bother me now, "though. The way of It wik thlst Me an' Tbinthan Jacobs (Uia grandson of ol...

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. — 3 May 1901

to t Ti-ie Tribune.! Purr old apple Vinegar. Mll.TON .Id.ni:k. I'jldny, ... May :i, 1901.: W. I.. Ilrown of St. Louis spent Sunday here with hi wife, who O.C.HopklnnpcntTm-iday In visiting her mother, Mr. I.ncy til. Loul. , Cnruthcr. . K-nl.n, Wllyn .i.nl Uim.lnv ' LUIII Ilartlctt Olid wife 101110 Id ' t , Kith frlondu here. A. II. Druncrtof Jonrahurg, wnr lit our city Tuesday. John CofTiuiut went to High Hill llonday on business. from St. Louis Monday mid went out to thflr homo ntMlddlcfown In tho afternoon. II. K. C. Tucker of Mexico, enmo down Friday afternoon to attend tho dance at (lardner'ti hall on I). Sncthen will noil you Collins' I that evening. Turf nnd Stubble Plow. The dance nt Gardner' hall I'rl- Frcd Pllcher wn here on bud- I ,ln" evening proved pone cchh and alt prevent pciil n plous- nnl evening. urwi the llrnt of tho week. K. A. Wise. ofTVelisvlllc wan Ini lijwn Moudav. Miss Irene llodlno, who has lieon . , visiting her cousin, Mrs. M. N. MrK. CJ. A. Mitchell spent...

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. — 10 May 1901

-- - ' " '' .... . .(.fjl 1 THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. IX. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MAY lo, ltlOl. i) Shorlff's Salo In Partition, Hy virtue of a decree of the itontiromrry county circuit routt la a certain pirtlllon piocrrdiiiK nhrrrlnJohn ltnt-rr iul Hal ah William arc plaintiff, anil Martha llorton alia Minnie Morton, ftob.rl K, l.ee Ilorlnn, Inlinni Itamlalpli llorten, Allle Ilnrlon, Martha Hurliin and Charlra Knlr. l.urhlrrareilrliiidnut., I will offer far a.lr atpubtarirniluelulhelilihet hlddrr for raili at tha ruiirt Iioiim doorln the tnwu of Montitonirry I'll): III raid vountr on Tliura day the IIUli day of May Mel, l.rtwrri. the hour, ul V o'clock a. in. and A u'rhirK p. in. il raid day mid whllr tlir clrriill rourt It In rliu Hid tallowing dcacrlhcd real ratatr ahumtil In Montgomery ronniy In Ihr Stair olMloiirl. to-wlli Part of the M l-loflhr Ji KM xr6, ip H It4 vrrtl, bounded aa follow.: roiiiiiicncliu; at Ihe N II rornrr ul jd trad, running :rXi reel wrat In...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 10 May 1901

OneHundred andForty-ElghtBlocki Swept by the Flamei, Aided by a Gale. LOSS FROM TEN TO FIFTEEN MILLIONS. Ten LI tea Knn to Mava BfH UmI, and There are llaniara Thai Other Wfre Driven lain tha W Irr and Drowned-Tha Mllllla Uaardlaat Iba Itnrned City. Jackaonvlllc, Flo, May S-The hot May aim row rmoko-ciiahroundrd over the devastated city. The lire, wlilcli broke out 1'rlday lit noon, unci nlded lu II work by n southwest Rale, spent IU force by ulna o clock rrldny niglil. Tho damage I enormou. One hun dred and lorty-elght block wcru wct by (lie Mime, and nil far ai known, cvcn iieraon lost their uvea. A report I in circulation Hint a parly of 20 perrons, driven to tlio ilocki alone tbe HI. John' rler, were forced Into the water, nit attempt at rescue by boat bring futile. Tlio rlicr I be tas acarched. Mllllla on Half. All (lie local cnnipiintr ol the atnta mllllla hare been on duly atnea mid night, and on order of (iur, Jennings, the inllllary companies from four cltlck nro ipccdlng t...

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. — 10 May 1901

Tin: tiuih'm i-nTd. nii.t,,,. I. W. MAJOII, Kdltor. ato.vrcoiiKiiY, ! i Missouri. I An Adaptation of Exodus. j BY QWnNDOLCN OVERTON. jjj TO certain tort of mini a mint In only to b known as n taint 3iy the linln atmve III lironr, and the 1'rinco o( Darkness himself would h devoid of litrntlty without a pitchfork .nnd n cloven hoof. To such na these the kniglit-crrnntry of Drayton nnd Unrllrtt inny seem prolilcmatlcnl lint .n knlght-crrant In one who Mirror brnuty In distress, nnd who rhlr nlirond redressing luimn wrong. Whether lie employ an obnoxious In eicct rnthrr thnn i iiword, n Dray--ton did, or whether ho rides an 8. C. government mute, na llartlrtt nni wont to do, l neither here nor thrre, llartlrtt win riding the n foresaid mule shortly nftrr the time jny atory beglna. He rodr It up the line, Ha 'long jrrny enr waggling evenly nnd reatfully, nnd mine to n halt In front of the rt of quarter where Drayton nnd he roomed. Drayton was sitting on the porch, III fret on tlio raili...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 10 May 1901

The Tribune. Published Eyory Krlcluy l.V THE TRIBUNE PRINTING' CO. D. W. MA.JOH, Kiimuc. A11T1K H. KEADLK, Local Kiltinr. Tkiimk $1.00 per Year in Advance Pearson, of the Mitltllutowu (Hups, put on his funny cap lust week and commented ns follows on thu Wellsville Itccord: "Herd is a AVcllsvillc Kccord: Hought'cr, Ktin'er, Stopfer, Lcft'er. Taylor. ' ' Mrs. Dnnl;it, of Wabash, lud., lias re ceived from Mark Manila a check for $2, being payment for three dozen iiW feet which her huslmud allowed to spoil in her absence. Mr. Diuilap was attracted from home hy a campaign hand which passed on the day Mr. Uauua visited Wulmsli, and the good wife Kent a hill to the scnutor. It is claimed hy the Kansas City paper that Kansas City was a "Dry Town" last .Sunday and that not one saloon wan allowed to run a side or hack door open. Mrs. Nat ion seems to he getting in her hluff on that wicked city and on the Police Co nuiissioiicrs too. She threatened to have the whole gang from Mayor down, impea...

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. — 10 May 1901

1 The Tribune, Friday, ft A . ft May 10, 1001 MM MAPC ttRKAM t TARTAR MWDtK. CREAMl BAKING mm Highest Honor, World's Fair OoU Medal, Midwinter Pair Danvlllo. Iwcck In St. Louis with relatives County court was In session this ' and friends, week. jm QUI was down from Mont- The court ordered 0 new safes at Komcry Thursday on business, n cost of $1030. , coi. o. W. Uordeau was In St. Three of the safes and all brok- . ou,g Thud on bu.n9. cn castings nnd old iron were sold I ' to parties at MoutKomery City. LColl;ctor ?"?ncr WaS h''r Thebestsafeln recorders onlcoi V. L. Harmon, Wright Wyntt, who attenned C. W. C. nt Wnr- thclr was turned over to Collector for use in his ofllco. Tho county otneers will still keep 'ronton spent Sunday with their books nt their residences for i parent. n month ct, nt thnt tlmothecoun- Will Rlxcy and Frank Cnrr spent ty court will make other arrange-Sunday In Montgomery visiting mvnts. I friends. Thos. White, wns acting deputy j, t. Schollo spent between sh...

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. — 10 May 1901

OLD DARKY AT SCHOOL. r. Jmala- MrCnrkrl, nt Omaha. Jlb la W, llat Nat Too Old la Learn t llrnil. "Urn. Jennie McCorkrl (colored), njcl (IS years, la nltrtidln night Kchixil In Omnhn, Nrl licr iinrpoio lit-ln- I" learn to renil. "1 "tint to go to llenrrn wlirn I ttlr," she says, "anil If I'm going to tin flint I've got r,'0, Die llllile. Hut I never lenrnril to renil vvlicn I waa little, no I've got to lenrn It now. All I'm going " school for In to learn 1o rr-ail the Illble. That's all I want to know," Wlint In true of Mra. McCorkel la Kino true of Mrx, l.lnnlr Copeliind, 60 jrnni old, nnd of Itriijiiiiiln .loncs, 83 jean, old. All nre inemlrr of the colored colony down on the river hot torn nnd nil are attending the night vrfmlons of the Cnss school. They Ik-kmi three week ago, nnd thus far hnre lenrned the nlplinlict find to rend vvonla of two nnd three letters. They don't euro to learn to write. Arithmetic In not In their cur riculum nnd tliey contented to learn pclllng only when...

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. — 10 May 1901

II "VV1LL COST FORTUNE. Washington's Unique Plan for Ex tension of Streets. Mllllana to De Spent In WlilenlnR TkoraaRhfareo unit Kxten1lna7 Tliem In ArcncilaHre wllh Most Mnilecn tdeas. Special Washington Letter. TIIKIli: liaic been created Great er Chicago and Oreater'New Ken York, and soon tliere In to bo created n Oreatcr Washngton, al though that appellation will not likely be given to tlic national cap ital city. Unlike all other cities In this country, or In the world, with the exception of St. Petersburg, llus sin, the plana for the capital o this republic were laid out on n geomet rical und tclentlllc Ideol of the gifted genius, I.'nfnnt, and on n calo of grandeur which acctned at that time to be beyond the likelihood of realiza tion In many centuries. It li not to bo supposed that the rnmt sanguine believers In the great possibilities and proliabllltlcs of the nation, ut that time, anticipated or e Ten dreamed that the original limits of the proposed city would be passed wi...

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. — 10 May 1901

The Tribune. Friday, - Mny 10, 1901. Call nt Algcrmlsncn & lingers and get ono of their nice- now fans. Mr. W. Duoy spent Mondny In St. Louts. A V. C. Hughes spent Saturday In St. Charles. D. Sncthcn will noil you Collin' Turf and Stubblo Plows. Dr. Hcllntny of Mlddletown wnH on our streets Sucndny. Mr. Kcncl, if Vnndnlla, visited Miss Marie Jones, Sunday. Stanley Orcgoryof Dnnvlllo wnn on our streets Tuesday. Minn Knmp uf Hcllllowcr, wan In town shopping Tuesday. l'red Weeks enmo up from St. Louis Mondny night. ir. Harris of Pulton spent sever al dayii In town thin wrck. jith. Prank llonsley In visiting her daughter. Mrs. McVeigh. C. 1.. Clark went to Mexico on business Inst Monday. llownrd Nuiinelly of Auxvnsno, In visiting relatives lien-. Mrs. Ouo. "While of MIneolu, wnn In town Saturday shopping. Paul Color Is reported to lo(iilto sick thin week with pniuiinimln. Mtn, K. S. sTnicof Wollsvlllc,was In town vlntllnghcr mother I'rldny. Miss Clnttdla Pew of near Ucll flower him ...

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. — 17 May 1901

2 THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUN "V. ' 1 VOL. IX. MONTGOMERY CITY. MISSOUKI. P K I ID AY, MAY 17, lOOl. NO. laThe St. Louis Store. Kiionnoti- Ca-li Purchase of thi- ik-a-on- LaU-t Prodm-ticm in Dry (mhmIs si- in a iMHition to Some Startling Inducements. ItVad liat e have to offer. Vauw and InveMiak- and von will Sock no Fartlier. offer vn Gaze De Soie Goods. WrasmbJ-dlbrratirr Mol hulltflill asst fsotsr ISar l.aar. tW orasoa. litMUr pood. iKMiuil Ira la for )SI faCVa.Ca'a jard-TV la risas for iba roads. Osr ataor- MOtnlMflVt (ll li l1JM IB OBi Mfci Stt ?WtI Disj4lj. (16C) Yaai .llr aoororr Wlr. I'nadlJr. Lawa. CaUscr. iw.aasO.. Ilyor lu4 L.a at J lir..-.. all roiora. Vahsr IV. aVr )-1-rtr-. t.rjarj 'VC 12 l-2c (Price of 50c Goods t 12l-2c l4ir4TitU to Un aai Walata Carpets and Mattings. s-tard.f Hi jir Xatua-a. ?-. anH -air lrarr aJlL. 3X ?artvt.raMBaCtioa f). Xitlir;. X 1I;... "T -ar CrW 25C AIitCSvI3v Ctqtti. bo linit)qnkiirMI'lm. aB oo wl'i It-rraia Caria a abar M IW Near Iran l'ti .'arjn...

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. — 17 May 1901

'"rViow COON HAS FUNNY WAYS. AIn IVrt Lent p True!. I, IUp Unite nf i Cltllil ntnl llr Citlclie t'rw Hull ttllll lllli I'fltf . Hid you cter re a conn nr rncroon? (Vlinl a funny, ahnrp noi hr lurn, tul how lip lollott II, nosing nut any mil crcrylhliig ratable. Ilr linn will kirn like it fit mill a lull with audi Men ilnrli rliiftn iiroiiiul It 1 1 n I llii-y look fix If Ihey had been p.iliitnl Iherr. HID frrl nre lutifj nml llm like thoc nf n monkey, unit he make a lllllc track like ii rltllilV A woodman mice Inlil hi wlfp Hint n rlillil tin lot In the forrt, for lir had ern It footprints, nml tin- worthy couple tpont I lie nlulit M-nrrlili.fr fur It, nml It lint found n rnreniin. I hair n pet mint climb up ii iilmliiiv by n d nf wooden li.im once nml nttnek ti wntp'a ih-nI, rating tin ivusvt wllli relish, A lii.l N Inlil mr a niiiii Mnry tlir nlhcr lay though, Unit licnl mine, llr kV Once I rnrrli'il hc i-iiiia wllli iim- In ii ipiiltiiig place where llii-ro tvu .1 i.irnriti nf he...

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. — 17 May 1901

A FAMOUS OLD BOUSE. The house of Walter linker fc Co, whose manufacture! of cocoa nml chocolate hnva hecome familiar In the mouth as houichohl words, vvai es tablished one hundred anil twenty one years uro (1760) on the Nepoti. set lllver in the old town of Dorches ter, a suburb of lloston. From the little wooden mill, "by the rude bridge that arched the flood," where the enterprise was first started, there has prown up the largest Industrial establishment of the kind In the world. It might lie said that, while other manufacturers come and go, .Walter llakcr fc Co. go on forever. What Is the secret of their great success? It Is a very simple one. They hate won and held the confi dence of the great and constantly In creasing body of consumers by al ways maintaining the highest stand ard In the quality of their cocoa and chocolate preparations, and selling them at the lowest price for which unadulterated articles of good qual ity can be put upon the market. They welcomehonest competit...

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. — 17 May 1901

The Tribune. 1'itbllMliud ISvory Krlcluy nv 'cation. Ah a rule theae boards consist of three of the best, most progressive teachers who will fit ttn well the school of their re-; spectivt! counties. Patrons of rural schools' lure exnectinr as results more thorough or-' THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO. Ionization and stronger professional pride on I). W. MA.IOIt, Kihtoii. j the part of thu teachei-s. AVith every teacher; A U'VIK II. KI.ADI.I., Local Kditor. ! attending and high grade instruction ped-j mgogy, the institutes will do much to awaken '',:itM ."?1.00 per Vcar in Advance. I educational cnthusiasin. .Mrs. McKinluy is dangerously ill in .San Kriincico. The President has canceled all of his engagements. The niitJd Dr. MANUAL TRAINING. ! W'fiit.lti'fii'fPu it vnl'itifif ifin nf ft lifiva ' growth in precision as a result of his workj Confederale Veterans of, in iiiaiiual trainin;,' is oim The History of Wall Paper (ioes hack to the time of ancient Kgypt. Its ma chine cm began in Europe...

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. — 17 May 1901

The Tribune, Friday, ... May 17, 11)01 MM Mrt ? TARTAR MODIN. DRr Mm BAKING llli'.lic t Hoiiow, World's Pair Oo' I '.Mai, Midwinter Fair nta, attended tho Commencement i official wore hcru the (lrxt o( the I at Montgomery Friday night. week In the Intercxt of thu rural I Little Hnlllo Illaltiicr wan the delivery route from thin place, gue.tof relntlvc In Mexico .Monday running ct. It I continently cx St. Klmo. t P "nt 'hi route will be extnb- i Helled In tho near future. If people only knew wnnl wn know nlMiut Kodol DypcpIn Cure It would he uxed In nearly every household, n there urn few people Mr. and Mr. Monroe Murray of Hugo, vlxltcd relative hern Sun-day. Mlxxex Oiixxlcnnd Lima Coen of j J Mlneohi, wero the guext of their, mint, Mr. M. P. Sec near town.the i llrxt of the week. 1 Tucker McClurc of Price' llrnnch wn wen on our xtreel! "Well, Well, Well, Who'd ha veThoughtit?" Monday. Mt. I.on Verxer nnd xlxter, Ml llachcl Stewart, were xhopplng In Montgomery Vdnedny. At flw. l I' ...

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. — 17 May 1901

Whtat Prospects Said to Be Bettef Tban at Any Similar Time In Ten Years. THE WINTER RYE CROP WILL BE HEAVY. prlnK l-lottlim Una lleen arrlnnalr llrla.rd In .Many Blnlea, llwln U Ihr l.alrnr.. al llirBcnaiin 'Htnil I'a.lorr. are llcneralll In Mood, Condition Washington, May 12.- Iielurna of! Ilic mull. Hi Inn ( Ilia department of Agriculture, made up to Mny I, show lie orr.i under winter wheat In cultl xatlon on Mint dnto to bate been about 21f(',Kf ucrea. Tlil l St.OIS, COO ucrea. or it.7 per cent. Icaa than the area town laal full, but SflXfiW ncrca, or 7.7 per cent., In enccsa of tho win-ler-whrnt acreage harvested loat year. (If tlir rrdnctlon, nbout one 'half In reported from Tea and Coll fornln, due In the formrr atate to the ravngra of the whent ilnnt Inline and In the latter to thi cutting, ua la not luminal In thnt alnlr, of conaldera Me acreage fur folate. Abaadoaed ar 1,'ul lor Paraa. In etalea that ha.l 1,000,000 ncrra or upward kidd last fall, the follow Inn IM-rcentogea...

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. — 17 May 1901

THE TRIBUNE. THIS TIIIIII'M: I'IITII. CO. I'nhllaliera 1). W. JMJOH, I'llllor. MO.YICO.MKI'.Y. MISSOl'M. '$ How Jess Received I j the Governor. jj llV ANMfl HAMILTON DONNELL. g (I tnSS will receive him na nicely na n U pin, hey, little girl?" "Of rourie, daddy. Wlint dn I go to mndcinnli lle'a fnr, If I run'l 'rccclm' llllli" thing like governor? That romr Into nur 'manner' cnurac. Vim nnd :nmnili go nnd 'Joy your-n-lic like ctcrythliig. I'll entertain your gniernor like nn nngel una ware." Jcash'i.'a pay voire rnn on rrnaaur IhrI.v. but Mill Utile Mr. Collier hc. Intnl. "If II wnan't for Madeleine' Ret' ting nil renily for in " ahe aald; "but f renily feel nn If e hate no right to disappoint her. Hen. 1 n't It Jnt like fnte, flint the two I'lcnl ahmihl eom-! tngether like thla?" "Oil, rrurl fate, thou ImVI nnklnill" laughed the big itimi on the ciitu-b, lie rr:lchril out n lung nrni n"l (T-tli-iTctl Jca In. Don't frit, little Ml' Cnlller." he mill; "Juat lend! the goirrnnr to Hill ...

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. — 17 May 1901

The Tribune. 'rldny, - - Miiy 17, lOOt. Col- V. Hncthcn In agent fur tin Ujh Plow. Clnrunni Johnson wiih visiting litimo folks Hutulny. Father Collins of .loiicshtirg, wan li'cro Tuesday mi business. Mr. Mellnc of Ni'w Florence wn titro on business Inst Friday. I). Kncthon will sell you Collins' Turf nnd Stubble I'Iowh, John V. Moore of Danville, wns ittlciullng court hero Moniliiy. Until Algerinlsseu wiih In St. Louis lnt Monday ami Monday. .!) worth of photogrnphn nt MeUIerV Studio for SI.S!. l'rof. Kdwln Turner of Miami Mo., writ hero on business the first nf thin week. .Ion Ahblugton of Pendleton, wuh li) guest of friends In Montgomery Ivt Siimlny. Mlfscn Minnie nnil Alice Monnr- ,(,(.lM H" 01 jnnennurg were nrre biiuji il.ng Tuesday. V. V. Fry one of Uexlen'H iiromlncntnUnriicyH wiih here on business Tuesday. for round trip from Mont gomery City to St. Louis next Sal itt,iliiy nnd Sumliiy. I Ion. V. 1.. Mnbry wan looking slter legal liiin1tii'-4 before the clr Blt court here Tu...

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