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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 12 July 1901

325 w lit- K ft NeioftiborhLOod News As Told By Our Assistant Kditors. This page Is tho pride of tho dulgcd In soclnl converse nd par manngemoiit and wo dcslro to t00t nbundnnl of Iced lcm commend our Assistant Kdltors j onndc, enkes nnd fruit which Mr. for their untiring effort in our be- nmi trs. Mooro hnd provided for half, livery week wo ndd to their tho occasion. list nnd wo dnro Bay n largo port' of tho success, The TltlUUNE Is' now meeting with, Is duo to their efforts. Tho Tltinim: ofllo docsj not eoiUulu anything too good fori ThoM. Pntton wns reported nulto sick nthts home In tho suburb's of town Miss thoso who havo bcon so kind to us. 1 Now Hopo. ' Otisslo Cocn of Mlneoln, Society, 11 .. .., 11... i. I nfter which tho K, It Is still dry nnd dusty, no rnln I hnd been tho guest of Miss Floy ior nvo wcoks. inc corn is sun green, whllo wo henrof soms dying In th field, if rain does not como soon tho corn crop will bo n failure. Hnytng commenced this week. The crop In soma pla...

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. — 12 July 1901

I. 1 i N The Tkibune. Fridny, ... juy 12t I00, 3IUH0R0US. "Anything new In kids?" In quired Hid H.yltan young Intly whllo on lirr r-!iopilii; tour. "les, replied tho polllo Knles-1 man abscntralntlctlly, "twlno last I nl, 1.1- I bog your punlon " I rut tho ttyllnh younc 'ny w'"' out of slight. "Mniiimn, I know tlirt pontic mnti imma thnt cnllcl to sec Aunt Kltlc Inst nlht nrtU nobody tolt' niH either." "Well, th.-n, wlmt In II, llob blor" Wly, flrorR" Don't, I henrd her my Uoorgt) don't In thu par lor fuir or IIvk tlnH'H hnnd running Thr.IV what IiIm iituno Ik." Tin rurnl poKtmUco In thu bu ri'iiu of gennm! Inforiiintloii no Ichm xii In Oi'vhkIu tluin In Ver mont, mid llio iMhintii Coiixtltu tlon ri;nitn n i'iiverntlim preel pltati t. by nn oltl ilnrky who np prom l mi llio villain pohtinintiT nnd unit!: "Any Irltein fi-r iniV" "No." "Any ponlnl ;nrily" "No." "In my pnper cuiiuiy" "No." ".'lo'. liny nlniiiiiiic?" "No." Well, iIoom yon know nnyliydy whut wnulH to liny n llvn nlll;i l...

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. — 12 July 1901

RAYS DAUGHTER. rado volunteers plnylnr- billiards In a prominent resort were dclllx-ratcl annojcil ami Insulted hy some- mcr chant suitors who hml hrtn drinking heavily at the expense of a short, tlilck-eet burly fellow In a loud check ault and flaming hccklle, a stranger to the poller, who knew of him only that he hail Intideil from the Doric and wan uniting the romlng of I In; Mlowera from Vancouver for Aus tralia, unci nlir was due on the mor row. He had Inken quartern at a second rule Hiillora' IhIrIiij house and at llrst kept iniH'h In himself, but, onee fcturllnir to drinking with hlx mar! time nrlfrhhnrs, hi became noisy and truculent, unci xnlllril forth with four of lit nciv-fniind friend", nil halt tlruuk mid wholly hent on mischief, The xljjht of three ulet-iminneri-d young fellows pl.ijlng pool In the Kiilomi wan Just I lie thlnp to rscllo n.i the hlackgunrd Instinct Intent In their Imlf sodden skins, and from iinrcrliiir reiniirk they hud rapidly Jml tu irHlx-rule Insul...

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. — 12 July 1901

Frlny, - Tribune - - July 12, I1WI. gV.AS4Wl(sXa'&6 LOCAL IT I Aboutl'cople Vou Know ! Who Come And (lo. j f For plcturo frnmo and mats, go j i to Molzler's Studio. ' 1' Miss Hnzcllp of Wollsvlllo Is tlio gncst of MI-k Mnudo Mitchell. Vu have thn best Iro colli ilrlnl: In town. T. U. k N. ( 0. J. M. Nichols of Mexico mndti n business trip hero Friday. Minn draco Hciinlnnd of Mlncu In spent Friday in town. (.'nil nl Thump-ton's mid net u ' j lrlclc of cream for .Snndiiy. j Tom Itomnns of Mnrtinburg was In town n few hour Sunday, j Wo are hcntlipiartcrs for lliiu j Imint, candles, ett. T. II. ti N. CO. I Mr. Moore Iiiih been vlUIng hi lslor Mtm. tJ. Fitmiiii .Smith ihu past week. SNOWDROP IIIOII HATI-NT makes perfect brend light, sweet, wholesome und nutri tious SNOWDHOP Is n Hour of rpinlltyntn common Hour pilce. Axle your next door 111-lghhor; she knows. Snowdrop's fVlcnds Arc Lesion, Mis llnehiiel Sleuiirt Iiiih been visiting her mint Mm. I. C. Upte grovothls week. Oil Hudson o...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 19 July 1901

rt- v THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. IX. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JULY 19, lOl. NO. 40 WASHINOTON LETTER. (From our HrguUr Cnrrr tpotulrnt.) Secretary nnl other treasurer ntllclnls hnvo been surprised by tho receipt from Intcrnnl revenue for tlio first hnlf of tlilft month. It wns nnturnlly expected that the reduc tion which went Into effect tho first of tho month would mnko tho re celpts considerably smnllcr than for tho corresponding period last yenr, but Instead of that, they hnvo been n little larger every doy x GOVERNOR DOCKERY SETS ASIDE JULY 21 AS DAY OF FASTING ADD PRAYER IN MISSOURI. Jefferson City. July 15. -Pursuant to tho withes of Christian people who have requested It, Governor Dockcry to-day Issued his proclamation netting aside Sunday, July 21, ns a day for . ..lt..,. 1 II... .1. 1.. .1 41... ...... ....IT...- l turning milt ) iijui nun mv ill uui;ilb lulu Kliv ..iiifi-i;nfc puiivi - 7 lug may bo dispelled. Following Is tho proclamation: X "Whereas, The preva...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 19 July 1901

Ti-ik Tribune HtmscitiPTioN prick: One copy oneycnr In mlvnncu 81.00 Ono copy ft montliH, In ndvunc, (Wo Ouy Nunnoly mode n flying trip to St Loul lnt Sunday. J. W. AiImiiih, of Prohibition, wnn on our Mrocts Momlny. A. Hubbard Hjicut Inil Snturdny and Sunday In St. I.ouIh. Don't forget the lecture nt the Opera IIouho Tuesday nlKlit. J. T. Hunt, of Mlddtotown wiih on our olrcctH Inst Snturdny. Proceutlng Attorney V. II M. Cook pent liM Kiiii(ln In St Lnulx. C. Kraft, of Crons Itnniln, won delivering hogs In this city .Mon day. Doug linker nnd wife, went of town went on our street) hint Mon tiny. Iteprerentnllve Siiluuel Aydclntt of Wnrrenton, wuh In our city lnt Mnuilny. W. C. (Inihorii.nf (litiiiinii, wuh delivering hogN 1,1 thin city Innt Monday. .1. A. Miilmry nnd wlfo.nud Mri. I). ;V. Mnjor epont Snturdny In St. LouU. I. W. Porklim of llollllowcr wiik trmiMictliig liU"lnc,-M In UiIh elty ni Monday. Itoek llennley was Iroiimicllug IiiinIih In SI I.ouIh lnl I'rlilny and Saturday. ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 19 July 1901

I Short Sermons Popular'. 1HE 1 RIBUNE.i Tho short scnnon delivered by j. . ' clergyman today nro popular.1 Friday, - - - July II), i lm uou8 no slff"1,y tnnt cnurcn cause of religion now that they' I wcro In vogue. It means that tho i . church la keeping abreast ot tho tlmoi. Men and women never, weru no busy as they nro now. The rich toll tolucrcas their wealth Tho poor put In ovor tlmo to, a rust oaaac cMin or ,tts mwbih DR mnko a living. Tho world in in W1 wkw n rush, and people cannot take r nwFAml tho time for lone speeches, long newspaper nrtlclcj nr long ser mons. Ministers of the go.pol nr iptick ( to urnnjiho situation. Instead oft tho sermon of from an hour to nn l hour and n half, as in tho old days two now havo n halt hour talk , which is helpful In many ways to. the congregation. A preacher, who known tho wants of his pco . plo can put much food for thought 'into a discourse ot thirty minute', ' land It Id dono every Sunday. Tho M'tllMlllrOptle-.Nrw. ' people enjoy the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 19 July 1901

HOIST POM-HONEST ELECTIONS THE ISSUE IN Missouri. The Tribune. rjubllHhett Every Krldny !IV THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO. A. IL KiiADi.K, Managing liditor. To have success crown ouch labours in tliu desire common to nil. It in an Incentive to more strenuous efforts in our SUCCESS- chosen geld. That tin; la bourer hIiiiII lie worthy of hit hire wo are working while others sleep and you will notice the result of our labour in the improved appearance of The Titiiiir.vi: from time to time. To those agisting iih, as many of our friends are, we extend our heart fell thanks. Tlie Intehstring is always on the oulHide and we are never too busy to tall; to you. A. goodly number of subscribers have had their dates moved up and we would like to sco still more do the name suiiscrip- tiling TIONS. on subscription paying we can always use the money. Come one, come all ! ANEW RE PUBLICAN PARTY. Some of our good friends in Missouri do not seem to realize that a new RepuhVi cau party has come to the front...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 19 July 1901

Neighborhood News As Told By Our Assistant Editors. Cross Roads. Corn In burning up hero (or want of rnln. A Rood many aro hauling water for stock and fam ily use. Mrs, Dora Knocflcr nnd son Graven of Montgomery were vl Biting the former' parents Mr. and Mrs. J. A. S. Kraft last work. Mies Anna Stclnrauf of St Lou Is Is vlslllng Miss Emma Kraf this week. A good mnny from this vicinity attended tho party at Henry Fcm mcrs Tuesday night. Job Mooro attended services at Drush Creek tho first Sunday. Farmers nro nearly through put' ting up hay. A largo crowd witnessed 'tho baptism on Klkhorn Snturday. Miss Nulllo Estls of Montgom ery Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Un say Maupin. homo from Scdnlla where ho has been spending his vacation. Messrs. Webber nnd Marshall of Mexico, wore the guest of Misses Lena Steele nnd Ltzzlo O'Donnoll. The Following homo seekers left hero Tuesday for El Heno, O. T.: Luther Lsflcrty, John Gard man, Less Wagner, Orvo Robin son, Thomus McKclvoy, D. T. Slavcns, A. Ha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 19 July 1901

III i ' 1 r Fr ili IHUNE July 10, 1001. HUflOKOUS. Dlnnolvo 1-2 II). of hard oonti In . one trillion "olt bulling witter f (t'lcl 2 KtlhuiM of huronc no or con 1 1 oil, mill tlion by means of llio't force pump with the nprny iiomIo ; removed, ctiurii thin for ten miti- ijf uton by pumping It bride Into It hdf. Then iidd to thin ciiiulnloii lllllt'tct'll L'illloilH of water, ntlr tllll- rouglily, mul iwo its it nprny. Tho i ; liitportiiiit tiling to bo noted In tho I ") tixr of IIiIh htirosciii) omhiIhIoii Ik i that it nliould Iiu nprnyed Just iih noon as posnlhlu mul boforo tlui bug;n huvo ncottcrcd tliruuuli the corn, oIIiltwIhu It will bit Impracti cable to roach them by Hprnyltig;, TIiIh nprny kllln onlt by contact. mul bunco oi'm must nctiially touch mo utiKH wnii tnu nprny in onicr lo lilll Ilium. ,1. M. Htkiimas. ICiltoinolo(;int of Experiment Stn lion. "I whli to truthfully Mate lo "0 you over so t ) bsd with cold to 't''' inked tlio pliyselnn. "N"roillu.l th. patient- ".My w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 19 July 1901

RAYS DAUGHTER thoe aven ot th ttmi-enitf mn ana atiing pamr I h thine tncultlvatt: "A ou know, t have inr batilitied arise from our table, my buy, Iiolh your mother and 1 had been accuitomtd to fee ing It It ttliy ue frm childhood, frl ha rarely louchea It, even at our dinner. Uut, Banford. I eenl John Ilarleycorn to the riant about the day your bleeaed mothrr Ununited to be my wife, and thouah I al waya ktt It In the (IJfl-o.ird for old coin radra whoee hJ and tomach areatlll aound, and who find it aarrea with them better than wine, 1 never offer It to the younaitera. They don't need It, Handy, and no more do J ou. "Uut you romp of a race that lived aa W I ., II,,,. ..It.. . t , .. 1 1 1 lv n inn, iv nnum carim, Ilia bottle nnd bftllna: were- eiriduy affaire. i nvvm ut iiiiHiKai.ie 11 you never Ue- I yelonid n tendency toward or or all I of Hum, and II waa m duly to atn loul before, I nmurn every hour 1 woa.td ever nun mvT) ,uiiur i evir won iron, a comrade mora than much more than...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 19 July 1901

The Tribune Frldny, Jul ID, 1001. LOCAL ITEMS Aboutl'eople You Know Who Coma And do. II. H. Jacks Bpcnt Saturday St. Louis. In Fred Weeks of St I.ouIh, Is licru on business. Three days mill your laundry Id rrmly fur you. II. M. Slsk. W.vV. Onihnm of Mlncoln wm In town Sntunliiy. Attend llio Jcctiirn nt tho" opera house Tuesday night. Mrs Temple loltlnst Tuesday for .Mexico to visit relatives. Ooo Ilrltl of I'rlec Hriinch wns hero on business Tiiesdny Call nt TlionipHon'H nnil got n brick of cream for Stluilny. Clay Jliidncl of Cordova, lown visited relatives, here Sunday. We linvo tlic best lco void drink l "n. T. II. k N. Co. Tom Kelly of Mobcrly, vlxlh il frlfiidH In-re Saturday nnil Sunday, Minx i:iarlnn llrookH went to Mobctly Sunday to visit relatives Mr C. M. Wilson In visiting rel ntltosln Wllllnin.burgtlils wink. Miss Lucy Nnwlln loft Frldny for Hannibal to visit Miss l.ydla ll'ran luiui. SUk will call for, and deliver your launilry. Satisfaction gunr nuleed. Miss Stella 1,'...

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. — 26 July 1901

Tff'T! THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE VOL, IX. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JULY 2(5, lOOl. NO. 41 i 4 to it' tvf Secretary long has approved tho report of the Toval Kxnmlnlng Hoard tho first of Its kind for many years that l.lmitcnnnl Ar mnn Hnrtrnth Ih morally disquali fied for promotion from tho lingl ncer Corps to tho line, mid recom mended to the President that Hart- WASHINUTON LI-TTUR. r"(rini nur regular t'orrrtpondent.) Washington, July, 22, 1001. Secretary Long made short work of the nbsurd story that ho saw uml approved tho proofs of that portion of tho volume of Mocluy's History of the navy, which refers to Hear Admiral Hchlcy ns n cow ard, by ordering Comnmnder Wnlnwrlght,Suporlnlendnntof the Naval Academy, to strike tho vol ume from the Hot of text hooks us ed. In addition, tho Secretary mude public n statement In which hosnld: "I know nothing of Ma lny's Inteinpenito nbusc of Admir al Schley, and It Is nbsurd to sny that 1 would endorse his language when ho calls Admiral...

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

The Tribune Friday, - - July 20, 1001. 8. Wchrmon fortho Tribune rouoWH HiIh week MIhi Mnttlu Wald Ix visiting frlcmlx In llcnton City.. W. O. Lnvcndcr, of JoncHburg, pent Inst Saturday In this city. MIhk Hcrthn Cnrnalmn visited her parents hero Inst week. Coll nt Thompson's mid get it brick of cream for Sunday. Col II. II. Mansfield, of Wellsvlllu wiih on our streets Monday. 1 ship Iiiundry three times n week. II. M. Slsk. Wo ri' headquarters for flim cigars, candles, ete T. II. .V N.Co. Notice, I will sell, or rent my .1 Property lo dcslrcnhlo pnrlliiM. i O. T. Muiih. ' Kink will cnll for, and deliver J your Iniinilry. SatlHfiictlon tiiir- nnteed. j J Mlsscx Stella and I.elu Hudgcrx'( spent Inst .Sunday the guest of friends In Kt. I.oiiIn, mmmm?wmmmmmmmm?mmmmfc: Quick Meal! 1 : Gasoline Stove. I The Stove That Makes Home A ComM ; GIIEA.PKR TIlAX EVER TO COLORADO and UTAH flulljr loNept. to. IBOt. VIA THE GREAT Miss Minnie Miixey of St. I.nulx was tho guest of Miss (lertnide1 Summe...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 26 July 1901

The Tribune, Friday, - - July 20, 1901 I a u Cll or - SOaBt DR. CREAM BAKING POWDER Highest Honora, World's Fair Ootd Medal, Midwinter Fair Avoid llaklutr INmdera containing alum The nro lnjurh.ua lu timtttt Exchange Clippings. Wellavllle OpIlcNewi. Kx- Sheriff MeCall nf Montgom ery City, wn hero Inst r'rlday. Hov. Dr. rohincl, 1. K. of Mncnn City was the guest of Hov. A. McAllen Friday. Mr. Irvln Pace nl Montgomery City visited his sister Mm. J II. Dlggs and family Tuesday. Homer Sabourln and Leo Vogt, of Montgomery City, visited friend hero Wodncsdny night. Mioses I.ucllo Washington and Mary Smith of Montgomery City, wcro visiting friends In thin city Friday. Whito Mnn Turnoa Yollow. Great consternation wan felt by tho frlendM of M. A. Hognrty of Lexington, ICy., when they ttow ho was turning yellow. Ills skin slowly changed color, also his eyes ,nnd he Htiffered terribly. Ills mnlady wag Yellow Jaundice, lie was treated liy the best doctors, but without benefit. Then ho wax advis...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 26 July 1901

HONEST POLITICS-HONEST ELECTIONS. The Issue In Isswi. Tribune, Publlwliorl Evory KrJilny ltv THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO. A. 1$. Khaim.i:, Managing Kditor. l'at. 1110 and I'll promise (o pat you seems to lit! Cow Dockery,s motto. I'roin tlio cry of dissatisfaction over the Stntc tliu chief executive or Missouri must now regret tlmt there were not us ninny World's I'liir Coinniissioiierships as he pro-iniscil. PLAN OF PARTY ORGANIZATION. nv A. I-'. siiiii.NKK, Secretary State liopub liean Coiuniittee. Organization is power, and in the or ganization of a political party lies its strength. The success of a political party is in concentration of its efforts. Around soiue centre must all its strength he gather ed. The force of an army is in its organi zation ; we have no hotter proof of this than the late Spanish American war. While (he whole American people were clamoring for war the President was going ipiietly along, thoroughly organizing the army An Indiana exchange in speaking of Missou...

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

Neighborhood News As Told By Our Assistant Editors. Danvlllo. Judge Kills of near Hlg Spring, wns In lown Tuesday. I barley Richards had n good milch raw to dlo last week from tho cxcotjslvejient. Dr. Daniels i( near Dig Spring was In town Monday. A small child of .1. W. Jcflcr son nnd wife, died last Sunday evening nnd wan hurled Mondny evening at tho graveyard on Mr. Hubbard' farm. I.. K. Ford lost n fol hot last week from tho heat. Ltlllo Miss Mary Ford of Mont gomery City 1h visiting hero this week. . Mark Venn while prospecting for water laut week, found n lino nprlng on his farm, which furnish es nn nbundaneo of water. Ml Llwlo Whlto of near Mld dlctown, Id vIkIIIiik rclntlves lit thin place. Snm Baker took a load of fat hogs to market Monday. Wo understand thnt V. It. Keith and family contemplato moving to Colorado. Mr. Keith will Fell off hU personal property nnd rent his dwelling j Sovernl farmers nro hauling I Htockwnter from living well nt! this place. 11. A. Kraft lost a...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 26 July 1901

r U 1 IMIIU. .1 - II..-I...I.... a i he i W1BUNE SUIISCItltTIO.V I'ltlCK! Ono copy una year In mlvnnco IJLOO Ono copy 0 month, In ndvnnc, (lOo The Bird on the Hat. Volumes have been written nn the mtbjcrt of the bird on the lint, nnd It In sometimes asserted that in spite of It nil, tlui declaration Ih moro worn thnn ever. Hut this moy Im doubted. At nny rnliytny woman who choose,- nnd aireat many lo choose to wear n lint unadorned with the defunct body of a bird, can do ho nowadays without appearing either singular or HI dressed. Thn hopo of thu Audubon SocI" ty nml of various other organiza tion for thu protection of birds, In that tho time may come when a hnttilmmod with pluinnju will In; as curious mi object as tho feather crown of mi Aihantl chief. One thing Is eertniii, If fashion ever floes take a decided turn In UiIh ill rectlon It In unllltely that tho old barbarous custom will over conns bnck. UN essentially uIy nnd unpleasant In Its stiKKcstlvrucsr It need only (jo out of...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 26 July 1901

( PAYS DAUGHTER y -toatlnued, as ho quickly turned nml led that young lady iiwuy, "Iwo u( my staff, desire to It presented. May I hare the pleasure?" There viuii no mistaking the yener al'a disapprobation of the offlclal head of the sistcrhoiMl an represented on the Sacramento. Though he and 6 the i . of uniuuscular uiunklud. A uiiriniv panel opening In one of their ilotirK, two feet aboro the (round mid on little hinge, of Ita own, pate menus of passage to house hold servant and, when pressed for time, to Mich uf thrlr superiors a. wnulil comlrsccnd to step high ami i Ilie Micrumrnto. Tliuugli Tin and ... , his officer, rrmnlned aboard an hour, ' . . ' ' entrance were .tore rooms, servants not once ugatn would he look to wards Dr. Wrll. or seem to eo any of tin- party but Miss liny this, too, despite tlm fact thai she tried to ex plain mutters and, pour )l on such troubled uatcrtf. Copt. Hull sent .up 'champagne to the distinguished fjRirly. and Minn liny iM-ggo! In Ik- cxV-ltsi-il...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 26 July 1901

I The Tribune pJriisxwtV'.'S' Friday, - July 20, lOOl. --is LOCAL ITEMS Alicutl'coplo You Know Who Come And (lo. U. S. Paul xponl Mondny In .St. I.mtln. Sam'l Hull;, itnd Stintlny In Dnnvlilc. fumlly Hnt' I . Mrs. Clmrlcx Wliltu wan In town Tuoxdily. (if MlllCOilt A Unit rnln full In til no couutlcx i nt tln Mate Monday night. ' 'f l Iturii to Iti'V. Ilrynn ninl wife, Wednesday July 'Jltli n trl. Marshall Washington came up , from St. I.oulx Snliirdny night '.. Mrs. I'llnmn lli'hliy visited' frlendx In Jonoshurg ycxlordny. ( Hugh Darker of St, I.oulx l vl-, It t ii u h i h ii ii it I , Mrn. Iliritm llnrucx, ? Mlxx Helen Porinlngloii returned I J In Iiit lioiiH' In. Triixton Tiio-doy. : ,'. SNOWDROP man iathnt mnkcx perfect bread light, xwocf, whulooinunud iiutrl lloux. SNOWIMtOP In ii llour o( iiinllty nl n (-oininon llour pilri). Axk your next iloor neighbor; hIiii knowx. Snowdrop's I'rlcnda Arc Legion, Ihnmrtt l.ooiuix wnx cnlllngiin friend In Now I'lnreuoi' lut Sun ilny. MImoiw l...

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