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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 7 June 1901

The Tribune, Friday, - Juno 7, 1001 From Oar Correspondents, Now Hopo. Weather continues dry and rain Is badly needed. Most everyonn In the neighbor hood attended decoration cxcrcJs os last Thursday, cither at Wells Tlllu or Montgomery. Tho township Sunday school convention held nt Now Hopo church last Tuesday, was well at tonded, notwithstanding the short notlco given and tho busy season. K. S, Earns went to Mlueola to mill last Monday, ho reports crops badly lu need of rain and tho com rather backward, Llttlo Miss Myrtlo Gooch ol Wellsvillo, visited friends and rel atives hero hut week, returning homo Tnursduy. Win. Appling and family were trading In thuclty last Saturday. Theodore Updykn and wlfo of Wellsvilli) attended tho 8. S. Con vention livre lust Tuesduy. Judgo W. S. Oliver delivered his wool lu Wellsvillo last Thurs day. T. 1.. Oliver ami wife wero trad ing In Wellsvillo last Wednesday. Judge W. S, Oliver and wlfo vis ited at 1. M. Olivers lust Sunduy. W. 1.. Fipps and wlf...

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. — 7 June 1901

m a rr.TiTion lUr umontf your f'l'l'Y tlflA lillnft, I rny iu, nc w.iaiir layrl. flow of Iff. iphl nix puce; JJmp.y-.i.iiii.M llftht of hr.irt ,ff 1'Rr tn ! ru, tjj. To lonf nml trmkc h iiM'IrtKhl Tuiml (it lit our fmr Hick nrn I nf klrlff tin. I oil, I huviM pfik your i1nll-, 4nit.t i at ! .lo nh'1 ilrfflm Thin ihIi ilroH.)- lift rn'HdiH. I'l ' hi 1kf in ty In hind HI (ui rtlWf Hii wny In I tru 'hutitc I tin fllnk of cold Tor ur tlrttii-th' limn. I.IIrH) -' I IN, l.llelll), t Hrnlle u Mihtm for in. llcrr n mtiiMM out nt Vilrr. A ti-nrt In ret, Hm)th. in with thn tn of Pan, Mum Mf iru-Mn h'it tni flrnk l-ir like ft llrr.l dill'l Wffl' on mr lirfn. fhflolrt I'll kef Intr (JiirrlRon. Blunders of John Garsler. 11V IIAHTOK HAItVI.Y. (Cor-vilitlit. I'M), by Dally Blory t'ub. Co.) "Well. I nippom thin li the end of It." John Carsl'ii In-iivcd n heavy sigh, mill strode nlong moodily. Helen looked nt blm curiously find tlirn asked' 'Tlii' end of what?" "You know in well nil I ilo whut I tef...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 7 June 1901

Pi .-American Outlook. The Dig Exposition Promises to Exceed All Expectations. Exhibits From All the States and Countries of the Western Hemisphere More Than a Score of Great Buildings to Shelter the Displays. The Pan-American Ripoaltlon nt Buffalo durlni; tin- uinuii r nf limt will bo not only big. Imt Ix-nultf til. In pnanj wnya It will excel fiery alnill.ir nterprlv. In the hlatory of the world, ml chief araone In merit, will lie tho fact th.it everything tun lie oally aoeii nd comprehended. Sonera nml orlRl tiallty aru coniplcuoua In crory iletnil. The rfvloi1 plan uliowa n plot coiiiprli Ins 3.7) acre. From north in Mitith mid. on account of tin- iintiauul citi'ii. Rrcnter opport unity 1 kIu-ii fa.- l.ilm rate ntnl lien ut I fill ilin.nitloti. In nit tin- conn nre to It larcc pool Into which lrauHful oaacailrs nml won ilerful fountnlii will throw thi'lr cry tn I Mronnii. To the wntrr feature Will lie nilihil tin mnli'tl rlfi-CI. Them will couiprlai lame mnken carth-n. with form...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 7 June 1901

The Tribune l'ridny, - - - J""" 1K11' Hemembcr The TltlliUNI.l All Job work done promptly. 1( you wnnl lint new read The TldlH'NM Howl INtUIii- ii llminel' ml In tllUIsllc. Uii.v'm Daughter, m Interesting, und original. Ml Nellie Hudson Ih visiting friend in Mexico. Si lYrkln k lldiiin l' ml, of llcllltnwcr, in till Iksim-. J i:. M, Hughes fiit oi;r to Troy . Momlny to liolil c ourt. I Horn, to .1, S. Mel 'leu ry wile on Mii.v ".II a tine girl. mill , Kilter Wilson wn up from New Florence Sunday. II, (Irntewell of Ithliiclnntl wnn on oiirstrcel liiit Tin-sdny. Clarence Kldwell spent Sunday with lioincfolk iitthl pine". Subscribe for tin; TllllillNK, only 8 1. (JO ii year when pnlil In advance. Will Sehnfer look In tint excur sion to Itaiulolpli Spring Sun ilny. Karl I'liller it ml wife of .lones- burg spent .Siiniliiy with homo I fnlkl. II. II. Williams went to Kim ilolph Spring Sunday on tin ex cursion, T. M. Johnson went to Itnn ilolph Springs Kiinilny on tli" ex cursion. Ulnri'ii...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 14 June 1901

" Kit .VMATMG THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. the n tha VOL. IX. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, KKIDAY, JUNIS 14, lUOl. no. ;tn ) t The Presidents Trip And Its Unfortunate Ending. President McKlnley, hln wife, nml pnrty, left Washington by the Southern Itnllwny Mondny morn ing, April 20, nt 10:.'lo o'clock, for n tour to the Pacific coast nml ru- wa met. I.o Angelc wn reached by Mr. McKlnley on tho afternoon of May, 8, where he re mained until the morning of May 10. Ventura Snntn Ilnrhara, and turn, the expectation being that 1 San Lul Oblpo were visited, the the trip would cover n period ol ' train arriving at Dclmonto during from fix to seven week. It wan the night. It wan there that Mr, expected that the President and McKlnley'. Illness becumo no hln party would arrive In Kansas , alarming that nllplaiiH (or the fur- Clty on tho evening of June 8, and 1 ther extension of the trip were remain heru until noon, June 10, Tliu unfortunate Illness of Mrs McKlnley, however, upset all of these plnus...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 14 June 1901

suiisckiition 1'iiici:: py one year In advance TP 12 TR I HUN IS. f UVIIhvIIIc Friday evening, after 1 spending several days with rela- ,py 0 month, In ndvanc, Wta wm hnH w nttundlng the State Noriunl nt ' Klrkxvlllo, canm down lnxt Sntur ilny and went out to her homo ni'ur Unmmn. Mlsxex Kth-1 MrQIue Mid Mattlo1 Wilxnu returned to their munex in To My Friends and Patrons. If You Want 1'ostorx, KlIVclopCX, Stationery, Advertising, letter Heads, lllank Forms, Aniioiini-rin.uitn, Wedding Cnrdx, llilxlncsx Cards, Or any kind of Jolt Work, Juxtcall at the Thiiiuni; office nnd get Whntyon want. MoirU-1 limn spent Sunday In Kt I.ouls, If you want to l; made happy go to Tuttlo k Jnggor and Kvt n 1 (lUh of Ornfeinnn'x delicious Ice Cream. . Will Schafer left .Saturday morn , Ing for hlx home In Liberty I'ral-' rle, III"., to be absent about n : n week, vixltlng relatives and' friends. Illll ban not been home, for eight month'. l Wnlter IIII)bert spent a few In Mexico t 111 h week. Ivczcmn, n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 14 June 1901

MM MUM MUM UTUTU MWttM. CREAM BIKING mm HlxhMt Honor, World Fair Oold Medal, Midwinter Pair AvnM IliMnff FnwiUr natlaJatna; Jam. TWf art. Injarlaua lo hMkh Exchange Clippings. her Prl- Vandalla I.radrr. MrK. Maiden returned to homo In Montwomcry City, day. Mrs. Mnry Sturgeon nml Mian Irma Dunford, of Montgomery City arrived Inst week to visit tlio .. . d il.. ..I mi i Miss Pearl SplUhlrn, community, most worthy young men, has quit tho street car bilnl ncss in St, Louis, and In now In the cmyloy of the Wabash with headquarters In Chicago. Tho follrwlng are candidates In tho World's Fair beauty content. Ml SKI'S Maude llendcrshott Kato Meyer Ornco Hunt Emma Ycttcr lone Hardcsty Lena Wagner IOptle Xr.vi Marshall Washington Jr. shipp ed .1 enr load of stock this week. . Misses Myrtle Kills, Alma Muns I and Mary Mcoulo of Montgomery U'jrn lh rvilPHt. Ill MIrh VIntn .iicvjuic, me nrni oi ino wcck. j Messrs Claude Kills, Everett. Hpears, Montn Muns and Joe! McClcary of Montgomery crc hero ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 14 June 1901

The Tribune. PubllKhod Every J-'rUlny itv THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO. A. II. Kkam.k, Managing Hditor. We desire In thank our fru;iitrt for thts many substantial favors received during Hie pant week, and wo assure them (hat rn & mi ..... tlinirkmd words and o.vprcs- ")U sions of good will, will not be forgotten. A word of encour agement it especially pleasing to tin; man agement because it clearly tells iih that mr readers arc pleased Willi our paper. ICvery issue will lie hotter than the one hefnre. Remember our columns an: open to all on questions of interest. Drop in ami sec us. yon arealways weleoinc. The young man in Missouri polities is the mot important. Int wait you'll see! Always awake, in-erilieil on the ban ners of Republicanism means Republican Missouri. ( )nly a change of six per cent will rc ileem Missouri, (iive them more than le gal rales liovs J from party allegiance by abuse, by censure, or by ridicule. None but erratic and over- zealous partizans would question In...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 14 June 1901

The Tribune, Friday, ... June II, 1001 From Our Correspondents Now Hopo. T. M. Johnson and family visited nt Mr. Knto Oliver's lattt Sunday. Joseph Appling nnd family vis ited S. It, I'enn nnd family Sunday. They will nlso visit the Buffalo I Itlng In Callaway county Kxposltlon before they return, jurday nnd Sunday. Mr. ItnsAllinml (m a Inrmnr M.tvt,... M i,, it.., " i, .71 Presiding Kldcr White putatlon ns n constructor of vari ous successful wnterwork system". Ho will read n paper on this sub ject nt the nntlonnl convention Ills wife was a favorite New Flor ence society girl. lat Sat- of the Methodist church lectured nt this place Sunday night. John Collum went to Mexico on business Thursday. Mcsrsl). C. Lewis and Kob't Ncnl spent I-'rldny In Montgomery. S. A. Ilrowu. who has been vls- WnlterCIateruf l-'ordvlllc, lnd.,1 ltlng friends In l-'aycttc, Mo., re nin! nephew of Daniel Hart, Is vis- turned home l-'rlday. ltlng Mr. Hnrt mid family. , . It. h. McQulc wns here from Collector ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 14 June 1901

The Tribune, TRIOLETS OF DISCRETION. Friday, MUnOKOUS. It In perfectly wife for the mnn be drew hr Wile hand aarty am, tiuiiiuj, stained m --no toteas.'' June II, 1001 Wi It In iruili. or Just In play, ni.t drtw hsr tittle lin'l awar. That rare and ra.it-uit suma-ier dar. Wl.tr e aal slilr by std at aaaa? slli lrsv tir IIIII- hand assay And, utltiir. arne.l me not to tas. m wtr bora la India, jrotrr family lira la the eaat, what arc you dolnf la a small town In Iowa?" ah queried. I will tire you thre messes." be aid, looklnc down at her gratified A PirsmL who Ik Wlnil to liollrvc nil In- sec. The. liest net for caIpIiIiik mi American heiress x n coronet. Koini'llmr' ii-oplr!Hloi nl n hotel In nnlor to cscnpn home comfort". Il drew lila lltllr hand away And seanim! II will, Inquiring; eyea; ftemarklnr, "II laass n to stay," lie drtw Ids Mill- hand away And Isft me fusssliia! how to lay. The whll.- I starsd In awad surprise. Jl drrw Ma tit t Iw hand away And srani.sd It wllh Inqulrlnc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 14 June 1901

cz rCWVKlNRuSV Crritf4 t-a t-y sa-t J. fa. Ltrruon Cap.aev,1 currd but there was im one la wvJ tlon ur authority to Interpose. Stun ,,., I I is f-l ... I.,(-r.l Tke Inwr June day wa drawing to i .ii- ...a 1 It. doir. Hnl and atroog the nlmnU ...j ,(. ortl(.f(l(i Uning Midden infiunnrimi oc.i upon ine grimy y t(J ,,,, luM MIuJ oa(,ntf up ntAPTKtt L blanket, ot err oata, hateraurka and roof a if the train and threw orien anatiow nwr inn Maim ana i ,,,., ,,,,, .....i. itt Imii, atfe hrjl, llial MreUhrd t. tl.e far ,uH of lfU nimrlrrfc, fcorlinn. iiiM. and choking, from ron ,.,,, tLf. jaImilri Hi.m, to beneath the whirring irt out the Imprisoned and ntrrheat. 4 11 at clouds rwf In tnwny bdlowa . t,ti.,i Ii..,.- ......... r i,Hr,i that enteloped Ihe rcurnmal rouehea fra fttlJ tlU of t,M(r( n((.u nt aeaut enldlcr goods and chattel In the rude ace lloii, then tumbled out again upon V it 1C . i .bread and stack or til and, ntlnjsl Ing with the Mark amok lU ru ,,,, Mr . of tlir "doiiul-d.-ad...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 14 June 1901

This T hi bun is Friday, - - - June II. IMI. .1. W. Wnld nml wife visited In Denton f'lty Sunilny. Don't forget to li'll your nelgh- hols about The Tlllllf.NK. A s nl hand wagon for "iili! cheap til .1. T. Nunnelly's. nf Fulton Is Johnson. iA Special Offer.; .lust In show nni' frienclH llitit we think ol ilium m liirurintr; cost we offer A (nlvnnizeil Curh. (iiilvanizfil 'ruin; Chain I'tinip complete for ii Hi foot well, nt $4.90 i nwa re. Miss IMiiii Hurler visiting Nls Myrtle Where en" .V"1' Invest n ilnlliir better than In the TltlliCNK? Mr. Scymnre of Centrnlln nl trmleil lii ilnnee lieje Friday night. Itinuinher we nre ellll giving ?il..Vl wiiriii of photographs for Sl.Vlnt MdIcr Slinllii. Miss Nellie Kerry of Fulton , tin- guest nf Miss I'rne I'cgnun IIiIh week. For picture frame, mouldings, innU room moulding, ele., mil ill Mctlcr's Studio. Mis KIIiiIhHi Mill '.V, ' Fulton Ih Ilin guc.t "if llie Misses lllmleH, lit Mlncol.i. MIs-ci. Corlne Vogt nml Nellie Hudson returned Sund...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 21 June 1901

THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL- IX. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JUNE 21, lUOl. NO. HO BEAUTIFUL. WEDDING! Rev. A. C Mnn mn4 Miss Maltle WIHrta Cellett Jot oca fat Wctflocfc Tuesday MarataKat the M. C Church. Tuesday morning, June II, 1P0I, a large crowd of relatives and friends gathered at the new Metho dic church, on Main street, to wit ness the marriage of Rer. Albert Crosby Johnson and Miss Mattie Wllletn Collctt, daughter of Rev. and Mr. W. Collctt. Tho church was beautifully dec orated, flowers, potted plants and fern, being tastefully arranged about the pulpit. Promptly at the appointed time. OIL AT BELLF LOWER. Mr. J. W. Schowcngerdtof Bell flower was in our office Tuesday, and while lcrc told us of the oil boom, at his place, which is taking on a business air. In ISSH Mr. Schowcngerd drilled a well 200 feet deep on his farm ad joining Dcllflowcr and for three years after this well was completed gas could be heard escaping from tho .bottom of the well, which howcrcr was c...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 21 June 1901

.J j 4 The Tribu n e. ' HUIIHCHIITION PKICKt Ono copy omo yenr 1 11 lulvnneo 8 1 .00 Ono copy 0 months, In ntlvnnc, OOoj A second hnnd wngon for mile cheap nt. I. T. Nunnclly's. llrndlcy Harper of St. Louts spent IiihI Sunday In thin city. Hugh Cnson of St. Louis, npcnt Inst .Sundny with lionio folks. l'rnnk Auchlcy mndo n Hying trip to Sturgeon Inst Saturday. Mm. .1. V. Sturgeon wns visit ing in Wcllsvlllo Inst Saturday. JnincH Spears, of near Uammn, wns on our streets lant Saturday. Jude King wns vlaltlng III par ents, Clin King and wlfo of thin city. Deerlng Hinders, Mowers, Itnke s Twlno and repairs nt .1. T. Nuuncl ly'n. Cnptnln Abo Kimpcusky of Wcllsvlllo wns on our streets liiHt .Snlurdny. Win. (Jcltz of St. Louis, spent Inst Sundny In this city the guest of friends. lA. Special Offer.; Calvin Johnson, wnti delivering hup Inst Mnndny. of Onnima In thin city x .Jiwt to hIiow our friends tlmt we think of them in figuring cost we offer A (itlviuiizel Curb, Galvanized Tube Chain ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 21 June 1901

V I, II A, rvc wufc mn or tt num. DR: CREAM BAKING EXECUTIVE Tho. J. Powell, C. E. Stewart, John Jcffers, V. It, Holllngaworth, H. E. Shrocdcr, P. M. Ellis, Abo Greenville, I). E. Wilson nntl Fred Dnvnult. Privileoes nnd printing Thos. J.Powcll, W. 11. HollitiRsworth, C. , M. Loekc. Speakers Howard Ellis, T. E. i Davls,'John JcfTcrs, Alt Davattlt. MUMC yet to bo named. . I Mahhiiali.s, Chief Marshnll, Si las Carr, aids! Sheriff C. M. Wll-I i son, Chas. Wall, John Dixon,' Constable J. P. Powell. ItlfchMt Honor, World's Fair dold Medal, Midwinter Pair Avol.t linking fowil nldnln; ftlmu. TUry ura liarlue lu )aMb The Tribune Friday, Juno 21, 1001. Exchange Clippings. Wellnv llle Optlc-Netr e. Harry Cason o( Mont(omcry City wn Ihtc Sunday. Jns. QUI was up from MontRcm cry Wednesday. Miss Hattlo Moslcy of near Mont (joinery City, was visiting rlcndB hero Friday. M. Washington, bought forty flvo lino hogs from John Stur geon Wednesday for which ho paid 5.72 1-2. Miss Nclllo Hudson and Corl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 21 June 1901

The Tribune. HubllHltod J2vory 1'rldny 1V The Montgomery Tribune is now un der the management of Artie Keadle, 1). W. Major having discarded the tripod to take up the ferule. While Artie'H newwpa i.er experience has heeti Momcwhat limited, he is a young man of amhitioii and en riry I . . . ... .1.1 i? .1... m ji.., . . .. . Itlb IWBUNE PRINTING CO.HL.lltHtaiulm.d(JStllll,lunl A. H. Kkaiii.i', Managing liditor. j We thank the Standard very kindly for Tp- "7p" r- - .,, slits good wishes and assure them we will "' wmi " lH!,mnnl1il.,.tirl,. ken The T.mu-V,, , THE DOCKERY WINK. Peculiarly Appropriate In our own County. new subscribers, job work and dollar on its present high standard. PI-RASI-O. subscriptions are coming in Would not express oiirl Hi-ii'i- Alriinr who Iimh been smfriiiir ni-iw- THANK YOU. thought" adeiiately. We j purity through the Montgomery Trillium for are glad to see our frieiids hovoihI yearn has got a-weary of the wing, realize that it taken money to run a newspa-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 21 June 1901

Neighborhood News As Told By Our Assistant Editors. Now Hopo, Whcnt hnrvcst Is tho order of tho day now. Somc'fow commenc cd cutting Monday. Corn In looking well considering tho dry hot weather. A good show er of rnln nt present would do good. W. L. Vlpps left Wednesday night for Kansas nnd thn Indian Territory In ijcarch of land. John M. Cox delivered hog In the city Tuesdny nt 83,75. Mm. A, A. Oliver hns had a new coal of paint put on her dwell ing house, which adds much to tho Improvement of thing around. Mm. l'cto Ollvcr'H sister, Mis Worlnnd, vlnttcct her Sunday. K. M. Oliver nnd J. K. Dickey, .attended the Log Itolllng of the M. V. A. held nt Jefferson City Inst Wednesday, nnd reported a grand tlmo nnd n large crowd pre sent from nil over the Mate. Charles Homier nnd Minn lyn Poltiduxter attended preaching nt New IIopu Sunday. 0. II. Ilnllnrd nnd wlfo of Mont gomery nttended preaching hero Sunday. John Cox and family attended children' day exorcises nt Hope well last Sunday. G...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 21 June 1901

ThbTkihunis,! Krlilny, - - .Illlio nun 1 non 1 1, I i l h'M several children mul gririilohll-1 'tlron. Twenty-nine of the old LM, 1001 1 infin'ifuiiH ami ilminlit-T-t nro mnr-j .... - i riod, aii'l nil nave children, nio Time to Answer a Let- RrnmHiilhcr ilnei not know Jtmt inrw ii,f imiii tin; .'.mil,, ... ,i..ii. children nml great gr.t nl elilliln-n Iiiih become. Hn run niiin',rntu tip to l.r'l, but U in tin- lark hi lo tliii remainder. Ho etlin.itei tlmt they in'iy run up to 2') I or -n. The Diamond Drill, "Come along, and liavo n visit with ui I Notice dates on tho margin of The Hcst tcr. Tho best tlm to n-wwer n letter 1h while you im iri'1 r Id xpell, nml before v 1 1' 1 i . Ii It hut grown col 1. 't tri i ! -I- h -licnild bo regular. T i 1 ill iv i id ImptiNu of love, Mtlinul ' I Vl v. will be rouponMvcly itlrr-'d, If t i reyly Is not loo loin; I'firrid. I ;itn ill wnyn Hinter t!i II in if omimnil citlon b;tw i ! i 1 1 ' ii . i v i t'con or runt bi'cniiHo r-f -iiiohh lu writ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 21 June 1901

RAYS DAUGHTER. nil the sweep at dint anil clttderi down the nlsle. The steward glanced up from hla cupboard opposite th kitchen window at thu rear, and quickly motioned to some one to hut that door. A nailer sprang forward, and then cauie the steward himself. The look In the girl's (nee was enough for Stuyvesant. lie whirled about to ice what hnd canard It, and became Instantly ware of a stout-built soldier away log uncuslty ul the cutrunre nml In thick times arguing with the w niter. IK eiiw nt a glance Hie man had hecn drinking, mid dittoed he win there to get more liquor. He wuh on the point of warning the steward to sell htm none, hut was sutcd the (rouble. The stcitnrd lieut down anil wlila pered! Thin mukea the second time he' co mi' In since six o'clock. 1 refused to let liliu haie u iltop. t'au't some thing he done In keep hiiu nut? Wo cun'l lock Die dnof. yqii kniiiv, air." Stuy irsuiit ipileily urnse nml teiieil 1 1 1 the nlsle. 11 this lime everybody wuh guilng lowniiU th...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 21 June 1901

The Friday, - It It Tribune I dies. Steward of Now Florence I wns In town Mondny. Juno 21, 1001. Just received n new-lot of bug- -..--. -.- ""! iclcn nt .1. T. Nl'NNcf.l.'s. LOCAL ITEMS j Miss MnggloHoblnson spent last About People Von Know j Sunday with relatives In St. Louis Who Come And do. Emmn ,,",, rctllrnt;(1 Will llanssprnt Sunday In St. j Ffl'" morning from Wnrrenton. I.ouIh. Chnrllu White of Mltieoln. He.lucllon In Price of buggies nt '" mlr rccw ""l rri.iny. .1. T. Nunnkixy'n Jim .letters nnd wlfu of Now II. Hiii.1i Crnneof .MIiieolawn'l'Vf"'Wero In town nhojipltitf In town Frldny. Monday. It. II. Wllllnm.s children hnvo I Will Fodorhnxo and sister, of St. inn .-mutiny wnn the mump. Dr. David Nowlln went to St. l.ouls Snturdny morning. I.ouIh spent honicfnlk. 1 Mrs. Ilntehett nnd daughter of incur New Florence worn on our Mrs. Dour linker of Mine nln wns 1 streets shopping Tuexday. shopping in town Init Frldny. J .. ,, ... , , , 11 Mi i'i Hlgglnxenmo down from Special mlo...

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