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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 2 August 1901

i THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL, IX. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, AUGUST 2t 1901. I .42 WASHINGTON UiTTfiR. I Committee, to bo composed of tho 1 governors of Stntc and territories Hr0mm.rrrRinrWrf..i,)fM. !,, ,r, rcpri.l.cutlvi. ctUi-UH. V nthlugto.l, July ailh, TllU tH)mmUt(H. to wlpc, ft ,,, Public comment upon it lie ; ,iny nd Hum. to n.-ls Cannon to OWIII,UI lit IHVT 111 IllllUliy,, named by Secretary Long, to In qulro Into Itoitr Admiral Schley' conduct during tho war with .Spain lin been nil one wny highly lnu dnlory. Secretary Long lint nlo been coiuiiiendcd for instructing provide for nmcndlng the Contti- tutlon, making Hint lungurntlon Day. Not n few shrewd observer nro becoming convinced Hint one of the Impormnt ublrct Hint will Col. Pat Dyer tlcs Place. The. jolly, kindly, pood nntiircrl orator nud Itcpubllcnn lender, Col, Put Dyer, hit bcou honored by Secretary Hitchcock with it 1 1 lm portnnt nppolntment, through tint dutle of the position will not keep li t in occu...

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. — 2 August 1901

f'5" I f if ft t The Tribune Friday, - August 2, 1001. Tom Cnln Ih spcndlnu; week In St. Louis. Will Ilnrrls spent Sunday In thl city. Wilbur Hal ley In homo from St. Louis for n few days. James GUI took In tho picnic nt Wnrrctiton Inst Saturday. Homer Snbourln wan calling on friends nt Truxton last Sunday. Leigh AiIiiiiih was railing on friends In Mexico last Saturday. Ouy Hrnoks wan railing on friends In Wcllsvlllo Inut Sunday. Karl Fuller and wlfo of Jones, bure; spent Simdny with homo folks. Noal Clark wni transacting business nt Wnrrciiton Inut Mon day. Miss Gertrude t'nrr returned frcm St. Louis Inxl Sunday, after a weeks visit with friends and rcln- tlVCH. 1 1 Jnlui Itodgcr of near llclhlowcrj j shipped a carload of rattle to St.ji I.oiiIh Inst Moud'iy nilit. ' Claude Lonclt and sister, .Miss , Nellie, of near Mlncola, spent Sunday nt this place. Kllls.McCltircof Hcllllowcr, came to this place laxt Saturday and went down lo take In the pintle at Wiirrcntnn. Dan May of Mlddlct...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 2 August 1901

v 1 - v The Tribune, Friday, Au nils t 2, 1001 DR' CREAM BAKING POWDffi Highest Honors World's Fnlr Oold Mednl, Midwinter Fnlr Avotit Ilakloc IHm,1n roittalnlnir alum. They nre Jnjurloiia tu health P.xchangc Clippings. Wclliville Itecord, Wnlter lllhhort of Monttrotnery wns enlllne; on friend In Wcllsvlllo Sunday. Witter In mighty wnrro In thco pnrtt?, mid people, nro hnvlnu; tu hnul witter for Mock niul nlno to drink. Why wouldn't It-bo a Hood Iilcn to tine the water out of tho "oil" well? Word wan received from W. K. Dlnttner Wednesday editing that IiIh brother, A. wan growing worse. Hu hn moved from Man Itou to Colorado Springs.. V. S. lIurrlon of Montgomery D. I). (1. M., eninu up Saturday night and InHtallcd tho new offices of the I. O. 0 , lodge of thin place. Hi- wnn accompanied by Metcerd IIIU and l-WIcr of llellllowcr. Mm M. II. Whltoof Mlddlctown vlidled her daughter, Mrs. Ur.lltid son last week. , "I winli to truthfully stale to you and the readers of these fejv lines tha...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 2 August 1901

HONEST P0L1WH0NEST ELECTIONS The Issue In Missour i. Thk Tkibuni- t 5'.. Kv. SUM PuMlwliecl Kvvry Krliliy IIV THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO. A. H. Kijadi.i:, Managing Kdilor. We would like to lie mound when (iov. Dockery is asked lo cull a xpuclnl scxion ol' tins Legislature fo repeal the Nesbit Law, just to count the winks. One tiling about Doekcry's iippoiut inoiiti must lie ft-pcciirllv jilt-ii.stii to'liim and that -is tin- cog in the Dockery ma chine ii iv nearly nil filled in. SCORES DEMOCRATIC REOR-GANIZERS. OUR LIST aitows. good tiling A food Ik-publican friend of ours sent tig ii check last week uud wrote us to send reir paper to us ninny Uepuhlicnii-, who did not take tin- iMittci- a the cheek calls for. In order to nIiow them what a we have, w liavi' divided I lit money into three month subscription- and those who rcneivc lli piper will ku-iw from whence it came. We ask them to ivnd it for three nionlliu mid hiiiuI in a dulliir for a years nhcriylioii. We have a great Held befo...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 2 August 1901

: .1 If,-. IV'". Neighborhood News As Told By Our Assistant Editors. hula of Montgomery wero tho 1 Joo mid Jncob Ihlcllcft Monday guest of Sir. niul Mm. M. l Sou . for Knnsns City whero they will work for tho Farbcr Granitoid Paving Co. Now Hopo. A light rnln foil here Inst Sntur lny evening hardly enough to lny the dust. Farmers nro nil nbout out of wnter. Snmo nro selling oil tlii'lr stock wlillo others nro hauling for their stuck. William Appling was on tho sick lint Inst week. Mm. A. A. it ml Mm. Stephen Oliver vlitltod Coleman Oliver who live nenr Furbcr, Mo. Inst week. Hov. 1. M Oliver Is digging n well on Ills fnrm with n view to living wnter. Alf Wslkcr nnil wife nnil dtiught cr Miss liln visited Judge W. K. Oliver nnil family Inst Sunday. Mrs. M. L. Wormlngton mid Milton Keith spent last Sunday with. I. 15. Diekey mid family. Miss Florence Duncan spent a few days hint week with Miss I.ulli Overftrcet. Mri. .1. C. llrown spent n fow days with her mother In Callaway county lu...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 2 August 1901

jJl 'TheTribunb i F,. mm, HUimcitiiTioN l-ruci;: One. copy onoyoor In advance 81.00 Ono copy 0 intintliH, In nilvnnc, OOo "ATTRACTS THE WOMN. MAIDS AND WIDOWS AKU NUA1UH. UUS A.MONO HOMUSilIiKUKS. 131 Henn, 0. T., July 10.-- Tho women" nro ta!ln;r n lee Interest In tli- (real American lottery to bo pulla;l oft ll!l'lr tho nuipleoH of tho feJcr.ll uovcrnincnl on .Inly 20. They nro ooinliitj from overy wc lion of Ihe country lulnlto iicliiinco. Governor Itlcluirtlx cMlinntcN Hint nt lt'URt 1(,,TI women will havo re(;Itereil. TIiIb lollery hcIhuiio nppenU lo thi wom"ii in stroiiK- ly iih to the iivmi. A permn ilocnn i hnvo In out no it oont tor his tld uiiIchh lie ilruwit n quur ler tiet inn of litinl. Mint InltcricM rcipilr- t-nh In uilvnnco for the tickelh. I tut lite I'ovtTiiincnt In (micron Ilk pntroiiH. It cvlilcntly Iiiih morn fnltli In IU citizen limn It rill "ii have In each other. Women, llko nnyotut cUe, nro al ways ready lo try nnil ftel miiiio tlthiK ..r ,', nothing, Th" Hi...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 2 August 1901

RAYS DAUGHTER of j.iem did said their own mother! couldn't have done more, nd t hrjr'd do anything for mr now. Hut when I went out to their camp at Pnco their major Just ns much as ordered mo ay, and that little whlpper snapper, Lieut. Tlay, that I roiild take on my knee and spunk , lie Lieut, liny- a friend of yours? Well, you mny think ho In, or you may he a friend 01 Mr, but t ran tell you right heie and now he's no friend, and you'll ec he Isn't. What' more, I hale to sec nn honest, high toned youiiR gentleman Jurt throwing him self awoy on people that ran't npprr elate him, I eniild tell you" "Stop, drlrerl" shouted .Muyicsant, unalile longer to eontrol himself. 'Mian Perkins," he added, an the lit tie ronehuinn manfully struggled tk bring his rushing team to n halt at the cnrli, "I have a eall to make and nm late. Tell my eoaehninn where to tnke you and semi him hack to thin corner, flood night, iiindam." nnd, gritting hi teeth, mil he sprang to the sidewalk, tt happened to he...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 2 August 1901

The Tribune Friday, August 2, 1001. Stanley Gregory of Danville wnn 4S Wiirx.i l.. m S' niiiiYvii i ui miu.y, rpi . . - "I i nree uar Loads ot uorn, LOCAL ITEMS, About I'cople Yuu Know Who Come And (lo. Go to the. picnic to-morrow. Drug Hcrnpcr for snlo by .1. T. Nunncliy. Alox llWoii went lo Chicago Monday night with flock. Kxiimlno Hint Sucker .State Dink Drill nl .1. T. Xunnully'H. George Tlniley of Gaulle was visiting friends here Siinliiy. Miss Kiln Graven left Wcdncs ilnp for her homo In Virginia. Tim Dixie Drill Ik the bent on the market. .See J. T. Nunnelly. Deputy Sheriff llrltt made n lly hu: trip to Marti nsburg hint l'rlilny. linn. Itobl. Shiieklefnril, nf Clay, tun, wilt on our streets Wednesday. Geo. Jones went to St. Louis Sunday night. C. I), llnrper of St. Louis wnn on lour street thin week. It. G. William npent n few day h In Chlcngo this week. W. A. Graham of Mlneola de llveretl stock hern Tuesday. II. It. Grnhnm of Mlneola de livered hogs here Tuesday. l'rof. W. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 9 August 1901

THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. IX. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, AUGUST O, lUOl. NO. 43 .1 ,. WASHINGTON LETTER. (From our regular Cnrrciputnlf nt.) Washington, Aug. 5, 1001. Those who had calculated upon making democratic political capi tal out of tho Schley Court o! In qulry, because Schley happens to bo a democrat, are beginning to hco that their calculations will not bo realized. The Navy Depart ment would havit been glad to havo ordered n Court of Inquiry at any (lino within the last three yearn had Admiral Schley asked for It, and now that tint court Is to be hold, It will render every oMclal aid possible to Admiral Schley, In order that light may be thrown upon tho dark places In the Naval Campaign which resulted In tho destruction of Ccrvcra'a fleet, and If It bo shown that Ihu Department was wrong In Iti assumption that Schley disobeyed orders without properly explaining his reasons and that he displayed n lack of judgement at a critical period, no where would there bo m...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 9 August 1901

VI. 1- I I m k The Tkibijnk Friday, I mi mi 5U Augunt 1001. -. - -a Subscribe) for l ho THint'Mi:. ipont Hundiiy Floyd Kldwrll with homo folk.'. John Hunter I woekln Hnnnlbiil. spending the Col. It- II. Mnnafichl wni mi our htifulH lnt Monday. I. M. OlHor ha' our tliniikH for cash cm t.iibcrlpllon. H. M. Duncan of (Inminii, ronowa thU week for the TmntiNll. ,f oil it Nobel of High Hill, " on our rtreela lni-t Monday. Tout Cnln returned hint Saturday from a weoka atoy In SI. Italia. lion. C. 11. Hall wm Irana-netlm biulin-HM In St. l.oul I! Tuwdtiy. C'llnl llnteiiiaii. o( wn on our ntrt rln tin Week. Columbia, flint of tin- Mini Mnry Kiirnr of Mexico, h the gmwtof Ml"' lllancho Ouvf IIiIh week. Klilcr V. I). UiJr" ntHmiled the K. S. C.invrml.in n( High Hill Iunt Tuoadny. .1. M. Ilarker, o( Danville, wna tritium ting bitelm In thin city hint Monday r.u-iim Mxny. of 91. Inil. npont Suiiilny with friend at thin place. Frank KIhhI unino over from Fulton Hitil wpaat fow day with home folk...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 9 August 1901

TS-lli Pi.iiiji iM T-v Wtlaville Record. IIILU 1 UltJUNfc, O.ll.HrookHC Friday, - Hrookii came, up from Mont gomery Tueudny to visit his ehll u ru t I), 1001 drcn, Kdgar HrookH and Mrs. 12. .1 0Bt CKkrt cat.M Of TATa aOWOC DRf ' get fair results before cool wenth cr begin. i " Tho white winter radishes hIiouUI 1m Included In tho lint of kumphiRky. into vegetable. TIiIh vegefablo, ! n i ... t-..i.i ti ' na rll iia rwm.nr irr.iHtt ne.l nlher up from Montgomery Wednendny. ; alnd plant-, will yet hinlco lino, ! , , ! growth before, nntiimn. MIm tllnneh Gregory of near' u , ,. ,or ,,, Mliicolft returned home Tuesday , ,, vt ,( . . v.omo niter auroral any risu witn nor Highest Honor."!, World's Pnlr Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair .vntd ll.tl.iito: "im.trr miitaltttna; nluiu. Tin nro lijiirlund to lirnltli . vri' nnfli uimin fiMlii itiirltitttt Vflaa ouu.in., dim ftn m.MipiinB,aiiMir.,kl, t)m nt ht ,)0 OrcK,rywl lteach.it Cnrnthervllle rcnJ f()r (nbo ))cforo Mo Raln lhl winter. j wt.mh(,r nrr,...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 9 August 1901

HONEST POLITICS HONEST ELECTIONS. The Issue In Hissonri. V. t The Tribune, Publlsliocl livery Krlrlny UV THE TRIBUNE PRINTING -CO. A. It. Ki'.adi.k, Managing Editor. Commence. Now is tliu time to commence tin; next, campaign. Pick out t lie; available timber and give il time to bo seasoned well. Editors. One of tlio peculiar things altoiit the Kopub licnn Editor Association of Missouri if the inability of Mr. Rryan to bo present. We presume tint reason is tbatbo wasn't asked. After tlio no hoar about ASLEEP Jtopublican ambition are Hay upward, in tlio right know it and xt Htato cloctiou is over wo will tlio Rip Van Winkle sleep with which tlio Democrats have boon infected. The Hwoot poppy dreams have loft the ranks and now tlio thistles of urging tin onward and we may Don't bo satisfied with being let your friends and neighbors tell tliom why t Remember Don't forgot tlio Young Republicans As eocintiou. I(k organization has been some what delayed but it is an established fact it in t...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 9 August 1901

'V 'J 4V. Neighborhood News As Told By Our Assistant Editors, WollBVlltO. Fulton Hunter, wife mid bn.be, of nenr Mlddlctown was tho guests of relative hero last week. Dr. J, L. Jones was In our vll lago Friday on business. Mrs. Julia Hoblnson and daught er Elslo are spending the week with Mrs. M. J. Miller, thev ar- Edgar Rclghloy was In Monteom ciy n fuw hours last Wednesday. "vo- hern from Vnndnlln last Frl J. M. Darker was hero from Don- y Tllle last week visiting relatives. Ben. Klelnsorgo of Mnstlnsburg was tho guest of week. ,Clty spent Friday at this place I, " n ' "'"';' ' Kellcrhnls and family visiting It. W. Taylor and wife. ft1'" ""'"""K iol , nl xco were hero Monday . , bla returned homo I-rldny. BIrtHclghloy spent Sunday with friends In St. Louis. Mr. J. A. of nenr Mexl trading Messers W. II. Orahom and Jas. Berry wero hero from Mlddlctown Friday. ltev. J. B. White went to Mont Miss Dora Grlmlttn teacher In tho D. & D Asylum at Fulton Is friends hero last v "cnuon n...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 9 August 1901

fjmninl -law 1 HI- bl .1- Oil" ii- "1 Ml VNK fn.i. crop ii Imm1 1 up, n the Mil- r milarr - .ml nt-i - . I ..I nti-il by -,. : il i-p ,it i ui.ii.iN i-iuii.: .,.;, fmm ,,.,. , ., , -ronrhimtvmiup I.DO , ,,,,.,, .rllnil(iiii-u .if iUffer-nt iv 0 montla, In ndvitm.', 00c ... ( .,,, aU., -- In n tow oonntlea iti'.-npplo rrop SPECIAL NHV'S- lini Ikwh iliiimtgcil liy Mnt bum, TAWJU ISULLirriN. , but tho opinion of ttmt of our cor- ...e.f.rwijtatiat tu Ihrtt tfl ( U ft fill ,, ,. (ilJ.iiA,.uijlhlyCrii) ',,;. h!iri. f..len !rt, wJJ ,,, t. ..inn Kviw AiKUt mt. lH,n .j,,,,,, mpr".Mt'nl. Tlw nkh thi r-pr.rt It mny bo ootidlllnn m ,lio.vn bv our .Titular t',- MoU:1il.nttlilifofinn'-'wr',''"''1,'',,,'),,3 f"r ' ' "'f1"' r ui, ..a;. lHK..lhoro.l from N.rtl.- ..-130; N'ot.hwo-t .11 ; ( -n-. ,i,mn llvlim In every ,r"' ;" "U thw IflT ..,.....ll.l'' miMlVPIUKW 1'Oll.ll.KIII Statu 111 - hit r. U-i. (of n x rini M the li. li K Tlu- In 10 Ap- .ruu, - , , .l..i . In thin ruMirt. -17,"" ' . ' iu.i. .niir...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 9 August 1901

... '.4 A Rays daughter; wiiiKJKinj; ni WH1.IJ .I.a.l...l fail Ua (or him without J wnnt, but stur dily alood the ran!, mill tile, mill held till 1 It ItlMialltle. !ifluitt "tnu'ie ii..u, eenlrv! R-t-u-v"--' tllelr K''""1"1 "(."nlnal "II other., fi.r ulitu it.tnuj.li a gt.l.-"iv tri.i'lli I ,h,c Prrllinlnury I'Minilitntlon, a It tr t north ot the Knur cubic ' mlRllt ,'!' "aH lo ,al"' I',"cl' nw-.i. into l8Lt u lltllo Hiuail ol 1 aV.!,'n ,,,'1,c'" .., ,i . 1 ' - lite denil iiinu nut of their own Ami., i th.'inntM'trhnllem-e.rl.nrii ! S!i,,K "J1!1 "u u"i K"V ! !!'?. "''"J J."1 ut. 'h, t.,n-ot-.,t, ' elem ,., ... i . Inn , ' l Id 11 re ttirouirh the Imrr.ieM tunc iicni, annul urau. uia ruts uivy nt; 'H air. 'throe antillcr. hnll.nl In 'luartrr. that III. .layer waa tret'.-. ,1,.. fourth, with ,: i ' 1 ";''"'" onicfr. mi hevri.,, ,, a ,rnl .. hi. - ""'I' '.. h-emriil Itln.aelf. ulti't wltli the Kinl, mill then aleppetl j ,,10' i e . "t I lulu It as lliuiijfli to vuun.n,ati ijr-'U 1 inWu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 9 August 1901

The Tribune Friday, - - August 0, 1001. LOCAL ITEMS, About People You Know Who Come And Oo. At the courthouse yard to-night Excursion to Randolph Bprlngs Sunday, SI.00 round trip. Mr. and Mrs. George White wore In the city Thursday. J. C. Henderson left for his homo In K nnxaH Friday. V. C. Hughes wont to Troy Tuesday nftrrnoon. At) Urccnwcll of New Florence wan In town Tuesday. Mrs. Oo. 1. Vogt went to St. Louis Tuesday afternoon. Attend the leu Cream supper nt tho court house yard to-nlnlit. Mlsn Suite lluddlcstoii of eola wan In town Tuesday. Mlu- Ouy Nuunclly was In Ccutralln ituvcral dayH thl week on buslnesii F. Hill was transact In Wellsvlllo Tiles. Bread f In made from tho bent Hour. A good cook cannot make good s, bread from poor Hour, but any . cook ran mako good bread with j tho popular I SNOWDROP High I'ntent Flour mada from $ puro selected winter wheat. The oost iiour koici anywnere at nny ' price. Ilo sure you get SNOWDROP from Algcrmlsscn. 0fa Three Car Loads of Corn,...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 16 August 1901

1 ' .1 THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL IX. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, KKIDAY, AUGUST IP, U)Q1. NO. 44 WASMINOTON LBTTP.R. (From our regular Corrririoorfml.) Washington, Aug. 12, 1901 Tho U. S. Government decline tii get excited oyer the lntcst pea nut revolution In Control America, notwithstanding tho hystcrln of certain gentlemen who have bust ncss Interests over there. Wo havo n treaty with Columbia by which tho neutrality of tho Panama rail road Ih guaranteed, and If Colum bia cannot enforce that treaty, this government will do no with It na val forces, ax It has done before. The gun boat Mnchlns has been ordered to proceed to Colon, the eastern terminus of tho Panama railroad, and It Is believed that no stronger form will be need to pro tect AmerNan Interest on tho Isth mux, but ns a precautionary meas ure, tho crulHer Hunger now on the I'nclllo oo.tst, linn been ordered gotten In readiness ho sho unit be cent to tho I'aeltlu sldu of the Isth mus should It bo thought nccisn ry. Thin...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 16 August 1901

The Tribune 8UI1SCIIIPTI0N MICKS Ono copy one year In ndvnnco 81.00 Ono copy 0 montliB, In ndvnnc, OOo I'rof. J. W. Llnd went to to Innt Frldny. Mcxl- John Mnrtln spent last Sun dny In Moberly. Hov. 12. H. Hrown Is among otir renewals tills week. Arthur Hhnckleford of 8t. Louis was In town Kundny. James (Jill mndo a business trip to Mexico InHtMondny. Leslie White of Jonoiiburg uptMit lnntSumlnynt thlsplnco. Hnrry Heeds of Kt'. Louis enma up on tint excursion Sundny. Miss Cnrriu Pulllnm of Ht. Louis Im visiting Mlns Nellie HudKon. MlnsHunlu Htiddlonton of Mlncti- In wns visiting hero Hnturdny. Walter Kkinner, of HI. I.ouIk sjicnt Init Sundny In this rlty. II. M. Hlsk Hpi'iit lust Sunday llio guest of friends west of town. Minn Abide Roberts went to St I.ouIh Inst Sunday to visit friends Horn. Duncan, or Ulney, wan culling on friends In this city Inst Sundny. Mrs. Clara Noel returned to her home In St. LouIh last Saturday after an extended visit with rein- then nt this place. Dr. Hur...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 16 August 1901

sip:"'-!"' IP r Tub Tribune, Friday, - August 10, 1001 MISS OSSSC IIIMtf TARTAR fOWfttR CHEAMl RAKING POWDflt Highest Honor, World's Fair Oold Medal, Midwinter Pair Atotit tUklng rnwiUrA coutAtnlng lam. They ore Injurious In limltu ExchangeC lipping. Well.lt lie )ptlc-Xrws Capt. .IiuncH Ilcrry of Middle town vent hero Friday. Wm. Wcldon wns hero from Gamma Sunday. ltov Andrew MuAllcn, pastor of tlifl 1st M. 1'. Church, litis resinned IiIh pastorate to tako effect Sept. 20th, 1001. Tho vacancy will bo tilled by ltov. J.J. Hnuly, of thu Tennesson Conference. ltov. Dr. Poland Presiding Elder of tho Hnnnlbnl district, Missouri Conferenco M. K. Church left Inst Monday fur London, where ho goes ns it dcllgntu to tho Qencrnl Missionary Conference which meet In London thin month. Thoir Socrot is Out All Sndlevllle, Ky., was curious (o learn (ho chuho of tho vast Im provement in tho health of Mm. S. 1'. Whlttakor, who had for n long time, endured untold suffering from n ehrnnlo bronchlnl tro...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 16 August 1901

HONEST POLITICS-HONEST ELECTIONS. The Issue In Missouri. r The Tribune, lJubllHhorl Every Krltlny HY THE TRIBUNE. PRINTING CO. A. B. Kuadi.k, Managing Editor. Judging Doekery from tho standpoint of innocence wo sometimes wonder if lie hails from Missouri. Thi! lamented School Fund of Missou ri was nnfortimtitu in having a Certificate of Indebtedness for Uh udmistratinn. '1'lic 'good we might have done always lives after us. Wo arc all working! Some of us are only working with the groat issues as thuy conic to UN ; other have neon tho lay of the laud ami nrogiiaging their cotirno accordingly- Thanks to the untiring effort of Chairman to Akins, and those who have ho ahly assist edhiui, tho Xational Committee have found out that Missouri is not only liahlo to go Republican hut it in getting to he 11 dead moral certainly. My those well up in the logic of politics an amendment extending the time on Ccrtili- cal thought of the State, it may not be avoided. Tho Governor has taken cogniz an...

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