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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 June 1901

THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL IX. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JUNE 2&, lOOl.; NO. 87 ELECTION FRAUDS IN MISSOURI. 'I'lir moil remarkable ilrcltlon m rcn tlcrrd lijr Ilia Snprrm rourt of Mlnoiirt on lh tubjpct n( tlpclloni, wu litndrd ilonn laat wt-tW. It tonipitiely nverturnt nil prt ctilrnlt on llio tulijfct. unit rtndrrt in tire lion eorjlnt mi Inipoatlbllliir, whrrn lli ground of rontrit It that Irnudnlrnt vole I Were tall. The cntj decided atoae ovr Hi orflco ol roronrr ol SC. Lnula Cltjr. Itou'l , 1". .''uuMiouvr Ilia Uelnocralle nominee lor that oftlce, wat declared timed at Hie ' lateelrclloti. Ilrnrjr l.lnjril, llm rrpuMlran nominee, Inttlliiird n cnnlfil for tlie ofllcu I allritln.'.anioiijf ollirrllilnya.lliul llioutinda , of fraudulent volta ttrre rait and counted fur Knukliotiie r. The circuit Judjrr. he lorr vtliont Ire eontril waa lirought. Uaurd ( au urdrr, a liaa hern (lie practice In Hcli i 'rairi, ruiniiundlnK ttio hoard of tlrctlon i roniinlailonrra to oH...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 June 1901

The Tribune. HUIIHCKIPTION PRICK I Onocopyonoycnrlnndvnnco Ul.OO Ono copy G months, In ndvanc, 00a Emll Algcrmlsscn Sunday In St. Louis. spent taut Geo. Vogt took In the picnic at Now Floroncu Mondny. T. I". Drown enlists ns n now THIUUNK render thin week. Reduction In Price, of buggies at J. T. Nunnki.ly'h J. O. Ilnskctt nttonded tint pic nlo at New Florenco Monday. Klzer Wilson of New Florence wan on our streets lust Sunday, Special nolo of buggies now on at J. T. Nunnki.i.Y.h. Isaac Ilcst attended tlia plcnlo at Now l'loreneo Inst .Monday. Just received a now lot ol bug gies at .1. T. Nu.n.noM.'b. Karl Fuller nnd wlfo of Jones burg rpent Sunday with home folks. J. A. Ilnrrcll went over to Mid diet own Monday to attend tho In stitute. Miss Kula Russell left last Hun day for Mlddletown to nttend the Institute. John Nelson and Miss Suslo Hhownttended tho picnic at Now l'loreneo. Christy Clark nnd Duel Hensloy . attended tho pte nlo nt Now Flor ence Monday. Dr. Ilnrtwell of St. I.ouI...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 June 1901

The Tribune, Friday, - Juno 28, 1001 B4KING POWDffi Hlheit Honor, World's Fair dold) Medal, Midwinter Fair Aval4 fttaalac rowdera atlaJaa; lu. Taay ar laJarUu I Imllk Exchange Clippings. Mlddletuwn Clilpl. Mort Klbler i( licllllowcr wns hero Tucmlny with his brothor-ln-low. 0. C. McCarthy. Mrs. J. J. Mcrrltt of lthlnclnnd, was thu guest tho past week of her husband's mother, Mrs. Thos. M. Mc.TKt nnd family. Tha ohlrt wnlst has Htruck Mld dletown. lilder Lockhnrt nnd Dr. Bellamy were In 'cm lnstSnturdny. A number of boys have bought them now. Misses Alta nnd I.eutit Itodccrs of Montgomery City, accompanied by their couttln, Miss Rodgcrs of Harper, Kansas, were tho guests of J. H.JohtiHon nnd wife tho pant wook. I In tho past 7 1-2 months, Dr. .I.A. Hcllnmy has been In uttendnncu nt CI births, II of these being girls nnd 10 boys. Tho country In pre paring to shoot Homo other nntlon Into being assimilated after awhile. Ilyron Hcrry Is hero this week from St. I.ouIh. Ilo'camo up with hi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 June 1901

1. Ik to Honest Politics-Honest Election The Issue In Missouri. The Tribune. F'ubliMlied Every Kricluy i 11V THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO. A. II. Kkadi.k, Managing Editor. Wc feel good when we review last week'H work. Job work, new subscribers and re newals on subscription hnve WB Fiiiil. verily lteen more than we could QOOD have linked, and nil without so- lieitatiou. We are here for business nud we are going to get our share of it. "When yon have once had work turn ed out at this ofllce we feel Httre that you will he one of our regular patrons. Our motto m ".No Labor ih too (treat if it Pleas es our Potions." Maybe the Third Amendment will bob up again next issue. Ih it honest to carry congressional and senatorial districts by trickery? Even distance docs not lmrinnnizti the discordant waters in the ncmocratic choriiH. We'll stand by Chairman Akins boys The only music we know is "A kin's .March to victory." The good lamest peoplu in the country want honest politics and honest elections...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 June 1901

7 iNeighborhood News As Told By Our Assistant Editors. New Hope. It Is still hot and dry. Oats- and meadows aro past redemption and the corn Is suffering badly, Miss Lula Ovcrstrcct was on tho lick Hit last week. Jesse Polcston and family of Moberly aro visiting relatives here this week. Emractt Ollrcr was on tho sick list last Sunday. Elliott Bishop passed through hero last Friday cn routo for Wellsvlllolaftt Friday. J. E. Dickey delivered 18 head of hogs to Palmer & Covington -Monday. Average 160. Price K.75. Wra. Appling has thu founda tion In for his now building and will commence building In a few days. E. M. Oliver and wife were In Wcllsvlllo on business Saturday, William Heckert was helping Rev. I. M. Ollvor harvest his wheat last week. Whllo In this vaclnlty buying shoop last week, O cor go Bethel's team ran off with his buggy doing somo damaga to the buggy. Mrs. John Coz visited Mrs. Wm Appling Monday. O. U. auras, Two-Mile Branch. Quito a number from this vlcln Ity spe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 June 1901

?r,Y5,,a,;;;,:.,. The Tribune I Friday, - Juno 28, 1001. HUnOROUS. Obedient to orders of tho Iralo father of a Monroo county young girl never to cross his threshold again, tho young suitor now crawls through tho window when ho wonts lo seo tho girl. Kx Chlllcotho no sooner recovered from tho smallpox senre than she broko out with a bad enso of homo talent. A local company will soon present "Out of tho Shadows Into tho Light." Kx. That It nays to advertise was demonstrated by a lino ''0, Ucov enly Father, for our salco lot It rain," that appeared In the Webb City Sentinel during tho late dry spell. I-oss tnan two hours alter ward n heavy shower fell. Kx. "Yourilmo has come," Bald t, physician speaking lo on old Geor gian who lay stretched out on a bed. "Air you shoro, doof" Yes." "Ain't no chanco for you tcr bi Wrong, I thar?" Nono whatever. You'll bo dead by sun down." ' "Shore nuft now?" "Yes, I tell you." "Doc, you ain't trying to get oft a Joko on me, oro you?" "No, I never Joko ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 June 1901

furalaned tent, looklnir thowohtfulle lota the rank and hutidaome face of the young officer, hla finger, beating tattoo on Ike table-top. Tho, gen eral' eyea were aomber, even nail at time. nenciith them lay linea of tare ami Borrow. Ill rolce waa low, hU iruiuiier grave, cottrteoua, even coM. 11a waa atudylng hla man unit dlacwaalng In hla mind how far lia might confide In him. Olieillrnt to the general', Invita tion, .Stuyrcnoiit ha( taken a rhnlr clone tn the eommander'a table nml at In alienee awaiting further quea lion. At lout It rame. "You any he left nothing no trare behind?" "Tuere teat nothing to lenre, grit' erat, Ha hail only a ault of under wear, In which he racaped from the car. The men ay lie hnil hail ninner and a rallae fllleil with thlnprn which he atrore to keep from alght of any of hi fellnwa. They aay that he tie friended a tough character, by tha mm IT WAS AbimKWIKD TO "MULT bTCVVKHANT, A. I). C..THAIN NO. I. OAKI.ANU." name of .Murray, who had cnlNted with him...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 June 1901

The Tribune Friday, - Juno 28, 1001, LOCAL ITEMS About People Vou Know Who Come And flo. Oscar Nickel In In Harper Knnii, on business. Born to the wlfo of John Applebco on the 10 a on. Mike Brooks left Tuesday nl(ht for Kansas City, Quito a humbea from town spent itiv nil main-..,. wufiiu.jr. Take your laundry to Slsk ntln faetlon guaranteed Bruce White of Mlddlctown was In town lat Saturday. Geo. Wllion of Joncburg vlilt ed rcnlatlvce hero Sunday J. T. Nunnclly mado a business trip to Wcllnvlllo Wednesday. M. O. Lavender Jof Joncshurg made buelnce'a trip hero Tuesday Mm. M, IMllggln nndtwochtl dron are In Mlddlctown thin week. MIm Illanck Dakclt .'eft Monday for Mlddlctown to attend tlm lntl tuto. Col H. H. Mnu.flold of WclUvlllu pout few boure In thl'a city Mon day evening. Miss llurtha Mclntyre; of Fulton In the guest of tlio Misses Owing this week. Miss Coca Dnrnos returned Sun lny from n visit to friends In Joncshurg. W. C. HiikIich returned. Tuesday from Mexico, where he linn ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 5 July 1901

1 s Mi VOL. IX. THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JULY G, lfc01. NO. i OKLAHOMA LETTER. Attorney A. V. Lnfferty linn re ceived from hU brother Albert, who recently located nt HI ltcno, O. T, the following letter; Kl ltcno O. T., Juno 21, 1001. My denr brother; As I llavo not yet attempted to glvo you an Idea of things hern, I -will endeavor to do so. Having been hero only two mouths, of courso I nm not thoroughly famil iar with tho country ortho people but 1 havo been busy seeing and learning of both. Kl lteno In a beautiful little city of seven thousand Inhabitants, and In Just cloven miles from tho Wnnhito country. 1 went through the Wnnhlto and Caddo countries lth U. 8. Marshall Hlckox, who wns In senrch of whiskey l'eddlcrs (and ho got them) I considered myself lucky In Retting to take thin tflp with Mr. Hlckox, since he wns thoroughly ncqunlntcd w Ith tho now country 1 can sco no reason why tho soil lying nouth of the Canadian Hirer should not prove ok v...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 5 July 1901

The Tri b t.i ne. ByilSCMIITIO.V I'JIICK! I Ono copy one yonrlii ndvnnco KI.OO! 0o copy 0 months, In ndvnnc, fiOo i linrndo tlio wife of Charles Uur- 4 ton nt D.mvlllo, Juno .'10, n girl. j4 lien Adams Is up from St. Louis ' for it weeks stny with liomr folks, j Charles Turner, of Kl. Louis Is!' spending the week with humcfoik. I W. II. Welch of Jlcllllowor, wnsl delivering 'lock in till city Intj Momlny. i 4 Alfred Koj of Itccdsvlllc.wn th guests of frlcndi(r)ln this city lnl , Suntlny. !ASp r.. i i. . i r I.. t...i it.!.. I. ..r l...... !.. (! Mini Hi mum our iiiuiiun mill vtu iniiiiv m mum in iijiii "i -w- for li II! foot well- nt - $4.90 ti' . r.. ...... - - - o r? " wo offer A CSiilviiiiizcd Curb, (Jalvnuizcil Tube Cliii'm I'liinp fomplvtu Hob'l. Ntirtliciitt nd 1'crry Tipped of I'riecs ltninc-li were I here Sunday, All. 1 11 I HI . 4i.i..invk t (m t j.niirritv spi'iu toe foru part of the week at .MlddU tiiwn i U'llll litw uiir.mtu ' Clyde Ham emtio up front St I.ouIh last Mond...

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

The Tribune, Friday, July 5, 1001 mat hui earn, or tti nwttn CREAM RAKING WrIUvtlle OptIo.Ne.wi. R. S. McCnll nnd V. L. Gupton wero la-re Saturday liixpectlnj; tho oil Ilcldo. Mrs. C. V. White of Montgom ery City visited relatives hero lnnt week. Tho band boy received their new Hiiltcs this week, nnd they tiro dnndlcK. M. Washington uhlpped Irom hero Monday night, S care of utock 7 enre of cnttla nnd 1 of tdicup. Sheriff WIIon nnd prosecuting Attorney Cook, were here from Montgomery City Saturday. Highest Honor, World's Fair Gold Medal, Midwinter Pair Avoid linking ?itcra containing Kluiu Tliey ro lidnrloui to l.eallh Exchange Clippings. Wcllit III Itccntd. M. Wwdiliijrlon wns linrn from Montgomery Mondny. Hiirnhnm SMc wan up from MonlKomory Sundny. Ouy UodKei-M wn hero from Mexico Wednesday. W. I., (luptoti win liere .Saturday from Montgomery on hindnon. Mm, Dr. P.. A. Hudson nnd children left yexterdny for DenMolneM Iowa, for n vMt with relntlwe. Didn't Mnrry For Monoy. The Iloito...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 5 July 1901

"SKI The Tribune. PubllHlied Every Krlcluy HV I Wo lire Indebted to nearly nil the postmaste rs In the county for favors received and we will not forget them if there ever POST' coiiich; a time when we can Iks MASTERS, of service to them. All of them have kindly consented to rc' int. iiiowyc M-iiiy m nyxj w. ttjvi! mibscriptioim for ns and are author- .. ... . i i ;.. e a t.. .. 1.1...J Lli A. IJ. KKADI.K, .Managing Editor. co i reee.pi ir muiiir. ,v u nioiimy i The 'i'ltliit'NH to the limit and we appreciate v. . all assistance given us 2soti " wn AKH GKOWINtl Stea.litv, healthily we am irrowinir, only does our subscription list and our sta- t week we sent out a iiumuer oi sample tionary department show this copies to good jcepui;icaiis an over up growth but we trust our sphere county who do not take or inlhiencu as well. We SAMPLE The Titiiu;xn to show them have talked the Tin hunk ovd" COPIES. what a good paper we have, ncoplu m the last three weeks' . We will ask them to read an...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 5 July 1901

Neighborhood News As Told By Our -Assistant Editors. Pralno Fork. The venther In this vicinity continued to be very dry. There has not been any rain sine the fiovcnth of April. A great ninny of our farmers have never finished planting corn. The gardens arc about dead, patturci hnva given out and the corn 1ms about iilt growing. Altogether people- out hero have n poor proHpcct. Miss Mntllo Cox of Midden, Mo was tho chnrming guest of Miss Blanche Gregory n few dayB Inst week. Miss Nellie Leach Is visiting her nunt Mrs. Hush of Callaway Llttlo Miss Orpah Allen of near Hfgo Hill Is making an extended visit to her grand pnrcnts and other relatives. Miss Vera Ham of Monlgnmcry City Is tho guest of her cousin llttlo Hlanchu Leach. Tho "Just Us" club held Its reg ular meeting nt tho homo of Miss Margurito linker. Tim club seems to bo flourishing. Tho Infant child of Mr. nnd Mrs. Guy Itoblnson of Shamrock was burled nt tho Hrynn graveyard Friday morning which makes four burylngs nt that plac...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 5 July 1901

PINK SMUT VVAibT HAN. Hero In the Kaunas vemion of 1 H IS 1 KIBUNE Ho nrrlvoiltho olhcrdny In New' tho hay rakes Maud Muller . - York. IJvery ono had been ex-(Jumped on the tlmcworn bike, (or Krldny, ... .July fi, KtOI. pectin,' to koo him ultico Iho mutiny on evening hit on llio dusty plko. .. . -rny enmo. IIu svnlkod down HUrtOWIUS. 1 Hrondway, notleoil but iinmolent- A IJnlney woman shot her Inn-H' ",,tn "l '"""ty "trod tho liancl becnus',, he cll.l not love. ir.r "owd Rot too for him, nnd ho cnouirh, The experiment ,,f Hhoot. flopped on mi open c.ir, jeern .ml lnK lovo Into iinyliouy nliouM be nVP)" llnk'. wnlchc.l with IntoreM.-Kx. "I'lyo lit nlbl'' yollocl tho .Kireei urciiuiH, wiiiim ono womnn A WORTHY SUCCESSOR. Something New Under The Sun." All Doctor havo tried to cure Catarrh by tlir line nl powdrrs.acld gaaei. Inhalers ead An old drop frnmo for tho dusty plko. Alt old drop frnmo for ft j ""rugs In pasts form. Thslr iitderi dry up wnydownKenr, with a raltlo tho , dead cou...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 5 July 1901

fir .PS. RAYS DAUGHTER. rinrry outside of the army, and he heard It." "OH illil she?" said Ktiryvesnnt, re-flcc.tlvcly.-and then he wo itllrnt. CIIAlTKIt VL When Vinton' flotilla- drew out Into that wonderful bay, anil the crowded transport rode at nnchor an thr tide, there uimo swarming about them all muiincr of luirbor rruft, omn lutlrn with, comfort for the departing soldiery, Home with curiosity seekers, moiiii' with conlro tiaiul of wur lu llii' shape of fruit it ml fluid, hut ull were warned to J.crp a cable's length at least, sway. The commanding general, lth mutant he threw 17 his that cope. One of their number whispered thst It wa Mr. Htuyrrtant, Urn. Vinton aide, for etcrybody anew Vlnlon, and more tinn one would have, been glad to take the aide-de-camp hy the hand and bid htm welcome to their coterie, but for that same odd shyness that, once nwny from in nip or gurrlson nnd In the atmosphere of mctmpol' titber oillccr of rank, darting j tn ,,r hom.t brown ,.vn looking up ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 5 July 1901

11 r. I'' ;The Tribune, - - Jiny fi, 1031 ft K. 8 To bo In fndhlon read Tho Tm BUNK. ' I; MIhn Huo Dell Graven npentSun dny at homo. Toll your neighbor, TlilHUNK, Tuinuro, tmnuNKl r .-- Will Pnttcrson visited hln fnther In High Hill Snn.lny. Tom Kelley of Mobcrly vUlled fr'endM hero Sunday. & Kov. A. M. Vardomnn, who was aunounced to preach at tho Bp 111 church Sunday morning, Hov. Vardemnn'a health has been very i bad for tho past seven or eight months and It Is supposed that ho I was notable to come to fill his ap pointment. J ' Tho members of tho Epworth1 League were so bountifully enter tained by their pastor A. C. John son and his accomplished wlfo at the parsonage Friday overling. Thero was cuilta a good nttondaneo nnd nil spent n plensant evening. The I'ultoii tinners hist week nn- I nounecd tho marriage of Hov. Ay- Irtto Hrltt of Clark to MUs Knth ryno liimderson of l'ultmi, to take plnco In August. Hev. Ilrltt It a son of Thos. II. Ilrltt of Fulton mid an old resident o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 12 July 1901

"1 yj THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL, IX. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JULY 12, lUOl. no. an T i hi 1 , X OrYIUIAL STATEMENT Of tho flnanolal Conalllon ot the Union Rnvlnse Bank, at Montgom ery Cltv, Stat of Mliaourl, at theoloeu of buelneaa on tho 20th day of JunolOOI. UK.'tOlMlCP.S. Ijiani toil tltarounia undoubtedly pKi.l on personal or collalcral icriirliy . tS2lll.fl9 lAu. at.d illtrounU undoubtedly irn.nl on re-iler-iair aeruillv "?.;!!!; Over.tr.n. by aoUcnt riiilnnwn 'X'j. (TllrdSlaleabolldOII hand . (K OKKI Oilier lnda and alo.k at iirr.rnt ri.li market value . .. 10.IV1..2 llrnl !! ttnnUlt.r l.u0 t .,..,. pirM-nlraali market ahi lm ftrl ralalc mlicr than bnk ru Imuvat llapreaeiitra.1i linlkri 3mut KiVrnHiiraaniflilurri " l"-1"1 III- foni nthrr liullka, food i sight .trait Chr.ka and oilier rash llema ..... .iiiww Nailn'a1 bank m.tra. leir.l tender fnlted States nolea nd peld aud siW.rccrllricatca (loldr.li. ....... slUrre-ilu. nickel, and peiinlea, . ''f Allolhrrrcotirr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 12 July 1901

The Tribune. ( 8U1I8CR1PT10N PnlCKi One copy ono year In advance $1.00 One copy 0 months, In ndvanc, 00c Walter Htbbcrt was In Moberly .Sunday. I,. C. Mexico. Oovn spent Sunday In Horace Snbourln spent Sunday In Wcllsvllle. spent Attorney W. C. Clark Tuesday In St. Louis. John Hoyd of vandnlln fpctit last Sunday In our city. Lon Frost, of Vandnlla, spent Inst Sunday with frlciidsln thin city. O. It. Mtlllkan, of Hlg Springs, enlists thin week at) a Tribune J. 1. Hodgors Is among our re newal for the Tlitliu.NK another year. Q. II. Mullcr of Hcllflower was delivering hogs In OiIh city last Monday. Mm. C. M. Wilson Hpcnt Inst Satunlay In New Florence the guest of relatives. Joseph lllade had Ills subscrip tion date on the TillliUNi: set for ward nnother year. New Missouri University Pro- tenors Chjsen. Under Instructions from the en tire board of the executive board of the, board of curators of thu State University, at Its last month ly meeting, filled three vacan cies In thu Universi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 12 July 1901

avar. eacam tamaa aowaca ( 0 I Br h IK-' DR? CREAM EVKING HWDfR Highest Honor, World' Fair Gold Medal, Midwinter Pair Afoltl llaklnff owdera containing aduiu. Thtf are Injnrlona to health The editor oi this paper nnd his family acknowledge tho receipt of a sernado, Wednesday night ot last week, from the visiting and local touchers of tho Institute. Tho . guitar, mandollnand angel (wlng- less) voice mndo tho night nlrl sweet at tho Chips home. Tho courtesy won duly appreciated nnd tho only regret Is that It could not bo promptly returned. Hero's hop- j ping that they may bo treated as nicely by someone else. , House Keepers THE HOME GOLD CURE, Exchange Clippings. Wcllavlllc Optic-Newt. M. Washington Jr.shlppcd n ciu of liimbt nnd onu of hogs Monday night. Mr. Dr. Hudsonnndchlldrennro vlstlng relatives at Des Molncn, In. and tho Dr Is keeping batch. Claud Leach of Montgomery Clty,and Forest Iluddlcston: of Mlncola, wcro hero last Saturday. Vfis overheard a lady mako tho re mark, that ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 12 July 1901

- i. Hi Honest Politics-Honest Elections, The Issne In Missouri. The Tribune l'ulillsilioil ISvory Krlrlny ' IIV THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO. A. 1$. Kkaim.k, Miitiniiig 1'Mitor. It is pleasant to contemplate tliu interest tnkitJi in 'I'lii! TiitiiUNi: in all parts of the county. Wonls of eoin- IS IHAS- niuiidiitioii come to us daily ANT. ami wo are striving to make our paper better each hijc ceciling issue. Wo ilesirc to tliank all our Mentis who have rcnicnihcrcil us either in a substantial way or liy speaking a jowl word about iih to tlnir ueighliors. Ve nlwnyH liavo time to talk to our friends no don't forget to conic in and sec iis. POINTERS. Stonc-('nok-l)ockcry what a 1'orctnMc glory diviius I of "The voice of the people in the or fiod" in Missouri except in our larrest citicH. voice three If the Kopuhlican party in St. Louis, Kansas City and St. loo were given an I ou ch t Mallut and A KairC'oiiut the result would not he feared. To win Missouri we must educate abuse hul cause peo...

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