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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 24 May 1901

VOL IX. THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNf MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MAY :M, lUOl. 4 NO. :M2 jClosing Out Sale! "Having decided to quit lhandling everything jjin the Grocery Line I will -close out at and be-$ pow.cost everything in that line. I (HMI)UATIN(l I'XI-KCISKS til 10 (i, i li a, Cut to Death Prices. I"ic 1'aekngen f .liiinliit Oat .. . Se lie Package (if .IiiiiiIid Oat .' for . lllo 10c ('aiw of Mustard for JOc Mottle of Pepper Sauce ... fie Mot Full pound of Soda pur lio.v He J 10c fiuiH of linking powder 4Jc S, JOe Package of corn Ktareh . . .. ye jj? Klc Pnekageof (Hons March .'ic (liven witch Lye, 10c cans, I for . ..iiw; Lewi Lye per pomiil S; $ Day Work plug Tolmcco pur II). . .'I.'ic. It; Welinore Twwt. !l for 'ilk Ladies AttentionI If you have failed to inspect our line of Millinery, you Imve minned the highest li.irg.iinn of ;tlie hwihod at COST. We will close out all our Street and ready-to-wear goods at cost. Soap. N-Uny .'Soap (tiiaranleed eipial to Old Cotmtrj.. w...

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. — 24 May 1901

Fifty Thousand People Witness the Battleship Ohio Take Her First Dip Into the Sea. MADE A 816 WAVE WHEN SHE STRUCK. II Ik Mranrn Sear lly Mobbed tin riilnforlably I' anil "" Ihr l.llllr fellows .rnrly stood, tin llnd-The President Wee Tlirrr. Han Frntirlsco, Mny 11.-Mr. Mc Klnlcy Him hi Hindi Improved this morning that I In- prealdcnl decided to nllciul the launching of the bnlUr hip Ohio. When I "tii in o general ly known Hint Dip president would nt ti'iul tin- launching, moat nt the opii lutloii n f Kuu Frnnrlwo unil vicinity termed to la, iiiorliic townrd the Union iron work. (Inly ii few were allowed ti outer the Inclunirc sur rounding tin wnya, Imt thousands clustered lie bin IT oriTlnnkllij,' Ilia work. On tin- liny shorn nn Ilia furlhf r side friim tin fillip, nf lln core Into which Ihe Oliln glided, atmul hnd broil erected utlil these were litnck with ople fit mi early hour. (In th bay tlir acme wna intixt miimutrtl. Ktcry plenaim milt mid alcnmer, Rpllhonl nml rowlmnt Unit ...

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. — 24 May 1901

THE TRIBUNE. TIIKTIttm-ftt: I'MTil. rn.. bllshtra l. W. MAJIIII, Udllor. MONraoMEitv. i t misboum. THE AUTUMN OF LIFE. nine down Iht faded btotiora of th sprint-. Nor f l.np the rose with rrxrstful handl The Joy nf summer I a vanished thlni-i l-l It depart and learn to understand The cladnssa of great calm the autumn real. Tlx ract of human Joya tha latcat and the brat. Ah, X remember how In early daya The prlmroio and the wld (lower grew Itrtlde My landed fortit ttha. whoso dsvloua wnya .VIHcl nve with Joya of myterle un trlrd. And lirror that waa more than half de- IlKtlt. And prnw of budding life, and lonslnts Innnlte, And 1 remember how. In l.lfe'a hot neon, trnund my path the lavish rosea arnd Color nitd frsxrnnce, and the nlr of June lln-nihed rapturo now thoie lutnmcr il.iya otp tied, Daya of pwect peril, when the trrncnt lay l.uihhiK nt every turn nf llfe'a inchanted Hy. The tight of firing, the lummer glow, are ft i r. And I rrlnlee In knowlna: that for me Tin- woodbine ani...

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. — 24 May 1901

Ti-ib Tribune. PubllfrUiocl Every Kvlclny llV A AViirruiiHlnirg boy 1mh a muter who, when nt, home, wns culled Jesuit-, liiitmnco iiltcniliii u fiiHliioniihlu hcIiomI in tliu uitHt, hIiu Iiiih written her devoted brother auvcral letterH Hiirned "Jchhk'ii." The liov trot even THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO. the other day by M-nding her the following 1). V. MA.JOJt, Kditoii. leffiinion : "I'apieu and inamica have gone AKTIK II. KKADLK, Local Kdilor. Cnlifornica and 1 have tonight me a now , hoi-Mica. Vonrnffeetionute hrotliuricn, .Sainiea. Tkiims $1.00 per Year in Advance. 1 , ; ' A fanner at Ogden, Iowa, Iiiim jnut re- 11 Ikim been Niiggested tlmt.MiH. Nation be ;''' v-'" ' t" goveminent .u in return Hhoved to the front for the taHk of finding the north pole. 1'robably it is figured that he could chop her way there. the 1001 which hIiowh what Vest think of the Win. tl. Itrynn crowd as political leaders. for Home bills chewed up by a goat thirteen yearn ago. The goat got hold of the fann er'...

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. — 24 May 1901

a "vac mam tmitu or ratal: mWoi. DR. T"W FT T I5I13ITNP E. A. WlUon returned from St. x nc x Charlcs Wcdncsdny night, where he had been working. - - May 21, 1001, MUs Amelia Druncrt ot Money. rrrrTflg vWUiib her viator, Mm. II. C. liegeman. W'. Murphy Is operator nt till J ptaco during tho nbueneo of D. I. VRfS W. L. Smith Attended court In AMSHH BjL Montgomery this .wok. VVKIIir Coon of Tr.ix.lon, wn Sfk i jbvo Thtirsany oi fn!i S.'lns Cnrr, Lee l'ergiioil, Pat lljjw and Jim Williams were clown oniLuntrc Int week fishing, I'.tny , Siifthcii, rol'd, was along doing Misses Ethel Ilaxter nnd Suslo Show ot Montgomery, nnd Miss Lottlo Moody of St. Louis nrc vis iting MIsfcs Tabitha and Lizzie Looker. Wnllnco Mabry nnd Miss Hnttlo Haines ot Olney wcro the guests of friends hero Sunday. Jess Wllltnms of Audrain coun ty was hero last week. ttnrlon Spires wns In Wellsvllle Mondny on biiilness. "Well. Well, Well, Who'd haveThoughtit? CREAM BAKING POWDER Hlghcct Honors, World's Fair dold Mcdc...

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. — 24 May 1901

TAKING IT LITERALLY. I hnrd dtir Oranry lay to--J a jr. What Koundrd vrjr quwri " We muit not try In put oM head! Ufon )OunK ahoul-J-rtii dMrl" It moa to Mottirr thnt ht pok In mich a lunny wny. , And Mf.thf r only iliihul ar.d amll d. And tad m run and t!ay Hut nhfn I rain to thtnk of It, I thought how vtry alronieo W iMI-Jrtn oil or ut would look If we could inaka that chamc Rurpove 1 had dear Ornnny'a head, lirr cap ttt.d anft Uilr, Upon my ihouMtra flxrd-tny word. How all lit folka would ilarat I atrno't thlr.k 'tMOuIdf vrnb Yt still mnrv qurrrty mixed. If flrarmy tind tny curly putt t'lmu htr rhoulfli r Until How funny Wtth of ui would tookl W ahouIOn't like It, though; And o I'm kIimI tlir y can't nltrmpl To rnnku tht- clmnKf you know! Contnirr M. Io.r, In Camll'a Lltti KolKa . TREED A MOUNTAIN J,ION. Thrilling Ailii-Hlnr- (if. Tmi Cnnr-i-Mruus Hum ssltli n I'alr uf IIMes nml n 'Iriislf- Hilar. "Tnn Itny nml ii Mmiulnln Mon" in tlie IIUm nf mi nrtlrln In u rrcrnt hi. Nlilinlna...

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. — 24 May 1901

fCATARRH m a a. ft.aav HEAD THROA' LUNGS STOMACH KIDHRS BLADDER FEMALE mm rnwt I'ari mm mm PI Svi ot Ptranas "I ofa In IH Senator Sullivan, Roach HI g and McEnery In their cood III K9 opinion otPeruna a an eh 111 HI teethe catarrh remedy." Ill CU -W amaamr ah w "fi. M ISOLOTE SECURITY. Ccnuino Carter's Little Liver Pills. Mutt Boar Signature of it facSlmll Wrsnr Iwlow. Yr lo tali m ffar. 7 CARTERS rOR HUDACHft FOB DIZZINESS. FDD BlUOUtNEtf. FOR TORPID LIVER. FOR CONSTIPATION. FOR SALLOW SKIN. FOR THECOMPLEXIOR CURE SICK HEADACHE. ECHOES FROM AFAR." Kiifflaml own 170,003 of thr 400,003 Buvz canal shares. Cork I to lioiil an lnjuntrl.il rxhl billon of Irlih Imlustrlrs next year. liuislu kill 3,000,ow ermines, 13,. ooii.imm) marmots, mill l'5,Don,noa riiilr rrli In n year. The capital of Ilrltisli lianka In creases itt an average rata ot 10, 000,000 a year. In 1SCO Kngllsli people received SO letters n head. In 1899 this number bad grown to 35. The average size of Canadian farms h OS 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. — 24 May 1901

The Tribune. ttldny, May 1). Snethcn In nfjiMit fpr Hie Col IIiik Plow. C. I. Kvered hn Just llnlshcd KMer 8. It. tirynn returned the nuttlniion nil nddltlon to hln house, 'lrtn' the week from Dixie, Cntln- , occupied I iy A. C. Lognn. The wy county, whero ho niut Elder! " i.n.i i.i -I. .... Hnrdni.lv of Mlddlclown dedicated! . Illt'W imuiutlll uuun t;i v mult, vw . ' . ... . ... l......l. I . T. tlio appearance in tun place mm " " -ju.'v makes It n very desirable place, to ' church wan built by tho Christian V(., brethren nnd tho Primitive llnpttntn Mothern of good judgment nndl( nplhborhotid nnd cost experience ,ilv,, their lltllo om.H , n'out SI.IW. rho hounc wnmU-dl-Itocky Jlnui.lnln thU month, keeps cnlM' "ul of ll,,,,t' thi'in well, .""c. Mndn by Mndlnon 1 1 , William Itowe, of Truxton wan hero Snturdny on I ntfl iu'mh. SII..V) worth of photogrnplm lit MelrlerV Studio fnrSI.HII. .Mrn. I. ('. L'p'cgrove vlnlted Medical Co. Ask your druggist friends In Kt. l.-mN last Saturday. M...

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. — 31 May 1901

THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUN VOL IX. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FKIDAY, MAY l.M, IDOl. NO. n:j ''.''Vfi?tfia:ixiRW. SO Cents' will liny more Wall Paper to-day than n dollar would formerly liny. We 6! Hit' Hl'llilljr High Grade Paper 1 Lower Prices than lias ever buun known in tin city and lower, perhaps, than they ever will ! he Hold for in Montgomery City. This is Not a Slaughter, ; tliongh.it looks like it, hnt Uh the way we have of telling yon what we've got in Wall Paper !? that yon may not have known before. If yon don.t want to buy, conic in !? and net tbu paper anyway. Hn worth seeing. J SOO Patterns to select from. Burton & Crump. Cheap excursion to Ilnndnlph Springs, Sunday, .J mm 2, round (rip from Jniicshurg, High Hill nnd New Florence, 3I.0O. From Mont gomery City nml Wollsvlllo, only Decoration Services. Quito a largo crowd was out to Itnko part In tho decoration ecrvleos. Tho old soldiers, school children and citizen headed by tlia High 75 cents, Hnse bull gaino between !...

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. — 31 May 1901

i an in. A FRIGHTFUL COLLISION. Funeral of Former Governor John R. Tanner at the Capital oi Illinois. CHE REMAINS VIEWED BY THOUSANDS. Iprlnsfl.M Thronied wllh tltltora rri.ra Alirond-rrofoia rioral TilUolei-Hin onrnl His 1-nrtrll KlH llald III H HIT Mlth III lUcrptluu ul lkllf Abraham Lincoln Fprlngllild, III., Mny 27. In tho beauty nf n jierfcct .May dny mid with nil I he iuinp nml clrcuinatniici! of a military funeral nml llm rite of tlio church, the remain nf (iov. Tanner were cutitf!iinl til tho grave, ycalcr- liar. In Cat. Ithlgo cemetery. Tlio co. li t u cuvcrcd wllli n ling nml with beautiful llornt olfi ring. When llm ruakct liml Won lowered Intu Die crnie Ilia musketry llro of the I'Klli Infantry, Illinois imllonul guard, rolled llirrc times over tlio open grave, liml llm ttuiiipclim hhiihImI "Iujis." A l.arao ruaerat. 'llio funt ml wna llm lurgcal In point nf attcmlnocn ever known In Spring. Held, with the rxrrptl.ili of llm lnirl.il of rruslueiil l.lm'iilii III April, Kv...

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. — 31 May 1901

THE TRIBUNE. 'fin: tiimh'm: I'lcrci. co uMlaiier II. W. .VIAJOII, Keillor. montc-omisisy, jiissoi'ih. to 3 ALL HAD SEEN GOLDEN IMAGES Unquellnble Hove Started In a rtea-ra aunilar School hr nn Ambitious Mew TrMkHi The daughter of n man prominent In Washington tell an amusing story of her recent experience In negro Sun-day-acliool work. She liaa tniizht n Kundny-achool clasi for year, anil, being uacd to colored servant, fluttered herself that sho understood the negro temperament. .So, when a Washington friond vrlio I might n class of negro clillilren In tho poorer tiuartcr of tiio town wn taken III and obliged to miss her Sunday school clns, the. young woman of ex perience, blithely volunteered n sub stitute. Tho teacher looked doubtful, relate the New York Hun. "They arc awfully Ignorant llttla larhlca." "Of courae." "And they don't always behave, well." ".Vow don't worry for n minute. I reckon I can manage u roomful of ilrkiinlnnle." So the Hinder nui arranged. Then the substitute...

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. — 31 May 1901

The Twibune. I'-'itbllHliucI ISvury Krldiy nv THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO. I). W. 31A.J0K, ICditoii. AltTIK It. KKA DLIO, Lunil KdiUir. Thiims !?1.(H) per Your in Ailviinois Hun. .! Uuiloy of Toxin will now pK:i-f lut in huiir from liini. Tlu Supreme Court wiiys that tin- ooiistitiitinn dot's mil lollow tlu; ritijr. ItM think- of Loiinii' .StcpliL'iH culling l Wclh ii wlmt-ix-it ! ll'tlii'io lmono mint in tho Mnlo who should he oliury of Mich i-pi-thi't ii is tin' liiti- toy governor. It issiiiil tl'tit Hun. ('Iinrli'o A. TowiHihaM lit'ciinic so iiilciVNti'il in till- lU'iiiiinont oil wells that lie would mllier hour Iheni spout tllilll lo Ill-ill' hinwell -pout. It i -iiel thill Col. Itryiin liml it hierowil nl ( 'n. iieron. 'I'lie K"it feeeipN wore&Slo, of whiec he got $l'J'J.ol good p;iy loriiiiiking u nciiiiienitieMpeoeh. lie win well pleased with llie results I'i'J.od. Mix. .Mnry Klleii l,en-c lms deelnred her soir a hiiiikrupl mill now ('hurley, her luw hiind will have to liuV...

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. — 31 May 1901

MM MKPC er TARTAR KWOts, The Tribune .'"'nK"'"" in iwh vicinity. Mrs. Jns. Davidson was In Mont-1 Friday, - - ". May 31, MM omc,y Clty trn(Iln ! . . Hnmp Looker nnd family spent; ,ouncniy wun .Mrs. Lookers par-, j cuts, Jonh Hodgers nnd family of I j Montgomery. I Mrs. Mlttlo Sparks nnd daughter ) visited It. I.. Spears nnd family ! Inst week. Misses Suggett nnd Miss Louise I Nunnclly nre the guest of Miss ! Oeorglo Looker. i DR CREAM BAKING HIbIi Moijom, World's Pr.lr 0. ' i. -1, Midwinter Fair A X IVmilrra OMt.Jtilnir ' ' I Hrliul ! IwlUll From Our Corrcspjmlentsi iuu i ran lu occ In Constipation Ilerblno nlTonls n natural, lienlthful remedy, act ing promptly. A few Hinnll doses will usually be found to so regu late tlio excretory functions thntj tlieynro nblo to opernto without nny aid whatever. I'rlco 50 cts. j ?nsonH I'harmncy. In Enbort. Smnll-pox is In this Immedlnte vicinity, ye scribe win tin with Dr. I Hulfmnn on tho lSth Inst, to see Mary Moore. I hnvu seen several ! case...

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. — 31 May 1901

; iSt-- i . HIS CAREER CLOSED. ! t I 'I Exit of Baron Fava, Italian Am. bassador at Washington. The llernnl llr Mnilr In IhlaCnaa- Irr an l.mlnMe line I p lifililer ( Oil lcliiua I'll ilriini ft) alcln. Iflp.'dil Wasblnilon Utlir Till: ill 1ii ia I Ic rcprcscntntlvrs of all nations now located In our iiullounl cnpltol, uml nil u( tin leading statesmen of our republic, nri' publicly expressing regret lliut Huron ill' I'aiu, Hie Italian ambas sador, linn Ih'i ii recalled fnim Ilic em bassy here iiimI required to itliiru to ltoutr. How iiiiii'Ii sincerity there l In lt thlsmlniiliniil I'mn tuny In' iimli rstnod "Inn fnct Inkr place of fancies, uml linked trill Ii l il:iinl iihiii tin- hl1i k tat usurped liy llctloit. In llr Uml place lir It knniin Hint I lie Imimii ;nri rmiirnl fosters the Immigration nf the pauper- of Itnly to I Ms land nf llii' frtc, l!cc,itt,e of lluliitti olllcliil iriiiiiiitinii if tliv p.tdtinic rk'ta'tii. or bccnnac. nf oniclnl I'oiuilt'uiici In cncr nrngrmt'li'...

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. — 31 May 1901

I LimEYKbi.OWltOSE 1' 4 BY 1II.IVI5 CllltlSTl.tN MALYI.IIY. They came to school tnf-etbcr-- Yellow fto-e, demure tmidcn of (our, UoMir, the rtf- doll, anl Puwiy, a scandaliiutlr uuc lionahle looking dctfse. far as pedigree vent, but irreproiclisblo n to cliatattcr. Yellow ltoc pate tier liittorjr in decided mj concise term vvhcn quc'lluncd by the ilrla crowding round to view Ler little Ladyship, "My natne'a nioloc Mother's gone to Heaven. Dadd mid tluldle ami Puppy ami I'm pun- by'm ly." She said It with great coini-omre, accurately as n writ learned lesion, fiualtiiik on tlie doer with the hideout dull, and the uppr fathered Into the sure protection of kcr fat little irms. No one thought of deputing her ilaini to the nuccr -ime-later her fattier wrote telling the hcadmiitrcsi he widicd her to lie ealled Yellow ltoe. Her mother had loved the (loner, and luliy eamo when the gulden liud hung heavy and velvety ming the dark green leave over the win dnw of the )oung mother' mom, ,n in i...

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. — 31 May 1901

This Tribune. Friday, Miiy .'II, 1101. Senator II. V. .Iohnon attended ' to Icgnl "in-Ill'"" In thl city Mini- duy. Ml 1'nnnlo l-'ord pcnl ecrnl . ,, , i day In New c'loreneo, the guct (if 1). Snethcll Ih ngcl.t for thn C.,1- , , M T H , UtiB I'low. So.N) worth of photograph nt' I.. I.. Klrltnf Vcllvlllewnhero MctrlerV Studio for S1.8H. Tuesday attending lo Mime bul- Ten ton of IllmTTr Twin., Jimt re- i ' '" ,r"1mt"o.irlV ..HIik. cclu-dnt J. T.Nitnnclly. ' I.on O. Hlgg mid wife of Amerl- 1 ............. ...I II. .. I. Ilr... ..lir.lKhld. V It Aem.lriiiie of MeX CO. WflH ..m.m ....... .. here Similny. .1. T. Klllott went to HI. l.oul liint .Sntnrdny on hualne. Cnpt DuIIuh'h eat of thl city where the! will vllt for II hnrt I little. Itcv. .1. II. White preached at the t,'. I. Church In thl city lnt Sun day. Married, Wednesday evening, May 22, 1IMII at the residence of the bride' father, John Worland, Ste phen Oliver and Ml Augutu Worland, It. W. Ilunley ollleintlng. Many n fair young ...

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. — 7 June 1901

VOL. IX. THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JUNE 7, lUOl. NO. wi DECORATION DAY AND A.EMOKAL SERVICES. Thurtlny, May !10, wn a model day. Tho tempernttiro wan mild, and sunshine nml brcozo wcro perfect. Nnturo poured out with a proline hand nil her gifts o( green verdue, budding llowers, perfumed breezes and Inspiring, Invigorat ing sunshine. In thu early morning the pros pects fur a lnrgo crowd wero not very encouraging, llut by 0 a. m. thu visitor from tho country and citizen of our town began to bo Keen, hoiiio In buggies, somo a foot, Komo horseback, but nearly nil, mnking some preparation to visit thu cemetery mid lay sonio flowers, or evergreens on the grave of dc pnrt loved ones. The High iehool bund played ncveral piece while the. crowd gathered nt thu court house where the 0. A. 11. boy and school chil dren formed In line to march to thu cemetery, bearing In their hand flower to decornlc tho graves not only of thu old Holdlcr but of other loved one, ...

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. — 7 June 1901

This Trimunic' rilMIIUItllTlnN I'ltK K: Onccopyoncyenr In advance 81.00 One copy l months, In nilvnnc, iVk- W. .1. lilllotl spent hid Siimlny In St. l.oul-. Itnb't Hirlcy spent liit Tuesday In Mexico. Montn Miiiih spent n few hourx In Wcllxvlllc Sunday. II. Looinlx wnx culling 1111 friend in Wellhvlllc In -t Kiiniliiy. If You Wnnt Postcrx, Knvclopcx, Stnllanery, Advertising, better llcnd. Wank I'orniK, AniiouiicMii.'iitK, Wedding Cnrdx, lluxincx Curdx, Or mi kind of J0I1 Work, just call at the Till HUNK ofllcc 11111I get Wlintyoii wnnt. (leu. Hodgerx went to Itnnilolph Sunday on the excursion. .I0I111 Wll-on went to Suniliiy on the excursion. lt.111.lnlp Dr. Young of .loncxburg wax 011 our street lnl .Suniliiy. M. I'. Mny of near XroniN on our street lnl I'rlilay. Irve P.iccmadc 11 dying trip Now I'lorci lift Mitiinlay. .In. (Illl made I'lnrcnee last Tiu-nlny. I I). Siiclhcit will sell yon CoIIIiim' 1 Turf nnil Stubble Plnwx. I'ostofflcc RobbersHound Over. Win. I.ec, John .lories, 1...

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. — 7 June 1901

The Tribune, Friday, ... Juno 7, 1001 KK IMK HUN rr TnTH ft0tk. DR. VanditlaLtjailif I Uc up to tlnto nml dig for oil. Last week was too dry for tho i man with n hoe. Wo more that nil the Wellsvlllo liars take a vnrntlon. i Mrs. Maiden, of Montgomery ' City, enmu In Thursday to visit! hcrbrothcr, K. A. Laird and wife. jiloiifibiirtt'louiiirl l Hev. H. S. Duncan, of Montgom-' l rry City, came down Saturday to preach tho dedication services for ' i the Palmyra church, south of town ( .Mlis Myrtle Holder of Mont-' , ginnery City, came down Inst; i Thursday and spent tho duy with 'James Mason nml family. Shot I left for Truxton Kridny morning ! I whvro 8 lie intends to visit for n , short time. I Miss Klsn Aydelott, of Wells vllle, who Is visiting her unele, I , lion. S. T. Aydelott at l'iu Oak, j was In Jonesburg Saturday inj i company with her cousin Miss' , lllanch Aydelott, daughter of Senator Adclott. Miss Helen Pennington who has Kul wlth then i CREAM BAKING nmm i!lKhtt Honors, Wo...

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. — 7 June 1901

The Tribune, PtibllHlicrl ISvory l'rltlny IIV THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO. A. It. Kkaih.k, Managing liditor. "Wo present to our readers thin week The Titini'Ni: "under tlio editorship of A. It. K end Ic mid in ho doing wo bo 10 )lJ, speak for il thosaino courteous KKADIJKS. doaimcit mid loyal support yon have always given it. Tin- Titittr.Ni: will lie run on strictly busi ness principles mid :dl of its business will he transacted promptly nnd correctly. It will continue tin; Hiiuit' size lint will lie all home print. In il column will ho round tin; news and no labor will he- spared to uttiiiu tin.' high t'ht standard possible in itn field . It policy will ho broad yet at all timer on tilt- hide of truth and justice. In its politics always Ropnblienn.yct realiz ing that other people may ho as sincere in their party doctrine at the p.irty wo espouse. Our constant aim shall ho to do what is right and we ask our renders, if thej are pleased witli our paper,lo tell their neighbors ahoiit it,...

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