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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 16 August 1901

ly t Neighborhood News1 As Told By Our Assistant Editors. A M ..... Lln Jlln Lottie McCord spent Inst week vif Ui"K her staler nt Mexico. Jlmmlo Poleston nnd family o( Warren Co. visited his father A. J. l'oleston lnt week. i Miss Lulu Ovcrstrcct visited Miss i Florence Durfcan Sunday evening. ' Wa ter Hnys and family spent' last Friday with Qlpson Dickey nnd family, Mrs Hob Oliver nnd son Dcrt spent lnstovcntug with 8, A. Venn and family. Jou l'oleston and wlfo visited home folks near Wcllsvlllo last Sunday. C. W. Sailor threnshed 820 bit. of wheat from 10 acres of, ground. Mrs. A. A. Oliver and daughter llcttlo attended preaching nt Klk horn Inst Sunday. Hov. It. Vf. Hunley will preach nt Now Hopothotth Sunday In Aug ust nt elevcno'clock. Kminott Oliver and Mini at tended pronchlng ntDcthcl church Sunday. Leonard Drown left Tuesday to work on tlio M. K. & T. It. It. at Khlnland Mo. Win. Appling mndo a bulsncss trip to llm city Tuesday. There will bo preaching nt Now Hope churc...

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. — 16 August 1901

The Tribune ! ! f Frtdny, - Auguttt 10, 1901, Song; Come home From O'er the Sea. loaeplilne II. llmni'lirc. Itamlllnn. Mu. For from homo nnd friend I've wondered, Over Innd and o'vor tho .en; And I sit tonight nnd wonder, Aro they thinking now of mo? In my father Idly Kitting With Ids pnper on hln knen. Sweetly hUci1iik', gently nodding, Im hn tire ninliiK now of mu? cituitUH. Drenmlnii to-night, (Wciimlng to night, Sweet meinorU'H comn to mu; 1 sco ugnln the ilcnr, dear frlcndx, And my homo ncroi tho hoii? Yon, I know my dear old mother Think of .luck ncroi tho Hen; In the firelight when) hIio'm nltllnif Knitting Mill, lint not for mo. Aro thi-y reading that last letter, l.ixt they may g.t from me, Telling them that Jack in coming, Coining hom from o'er tho neny I've a ivlnxonie, lirlght-eyed Hwret heart, Dearer far than all to mu; Ih Mho waiting, In oho Matching, For her true love 'croiot tho Ken? Will ho meet inn an of olden? Will nho greet mn iih of yore? Wlllxhu whlxper, 'Mack ...

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. — 16 August 1901

RAYS DAUGHTER oavee. la this climate and under inch condition decomposition would be ao rapid, laid he, that "by to-morrow kit own mother couldn't recognute klm." But the provost-marshal drawled that he didn't nee that fur ther mutilation wonM promote the possibility of recognition, nnd llrick wai set alde. It wum a quarter to four when young Mrllen wan bidden to tell whether he knew, and what he knew of. the decerned, and all men hushed their very breath as the lad was conducted to the blanket-shrouded form nndrr the overhanging gallery In the open patio. The hospital ateward slowly turned down the rnvrrlet, and Mrllen, well-nigh an pallid Hi the corpse, wax bidden to took. I,ook he did, -long and earneat ly. 'Die little weights that some one had placed on the ajrrlltU were lifted the toft hair had lern neatly brushed; the Hps were gently closed! the delicate, clear-cut feature wore an expression of Infinite peace and rent) nnd Mrllen slowly turned and, faring the official group nt...

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. — 16 August 1901

The Tribune Friday, - - Augut 10, 1001. Hcnd llurton & Crump' nil. 13. H. Hlsk of Wollsvlllowniihero Tttesdny nnl Wednesday on biinl- 11CKH. Mr. Wnllcernnd family nro mov ing Inli) their property nn Itnllrond direct. There I something lu llurton & Crump'nnd Unit will surprise you. Head II. Mr. J. V. (Irnlli, of St I.oiiIh wathogucstnf Mis I'ora Morhead lout Hunclny. Howard Kill nnd family of New Florence sprnt (Sunday with Mr. .nnd Mr?. Chan Wilson.. Death of fir. Wilton. Our reader, will recall the nd accident which befell Mr Wilson and wife on their road to the Old Settler' 1'lcnle, but fow thought of IiIh condition iih serious but that It would take naturu n long time to mend Hit broken member. With heroin patience Mr. Wlson boro his sutTcrlug without a mur iner until the cud came about 2 n' clock Wednesday morning. After spending a restless night hourosit about 2 o'clock and wn walklnir nil nnd down the mum Allien .Mr. .Inn. Wnllfpr. win, wnu ! staying with him, noticed ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 August 1901

to 4 THE VOL IX. ifRIBUNE. MONTGOMERY CITY. MISSOURI, FKIDAY, AUCitlST L'U, lUOl. NO. -4 ft WASHING ION I.RTTfiR. Hawnllans.' I- (Prom our rrgular Cnrreipviidtiil.) Washington, Aug. 10, 1001. European res.i comments upon American policy or wliut tho 1 Juro penn editors regard us huuIi nro nl wnyi nioro or less amusing, but those cabled over nllcging that thu present revolution nnd war be tween Coliimblii and Venezuela, It seems to bo n combination of both, has been Instigated by the gov ernment of (lit U. S. for tliu pur pono of opening the wny for nu ex cure to tnko forcible possession of the Isthmus of I'nnnmn, nro more tliau nmuslng; they nru ridiculous. The European editors wrllo of tlio great gnlherlng of grent fleets of American worships on both sides of the Isthmus, when, ns n matter of fnet there Isn't a single wnrshlp within ten dny's sail of cither tho Atlantic or the Pacific side of tho Isthmus, nnd only threo.two small vessels nnd tho battleship Iowa, have been ordered t...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 August 1901

is km It id fit ft I sr.. ilk The Tribune stmscnitTioN rmcn: One copy ono year In advance 81.00 Ono copy 0 months, In ndvnnc, UOa It. S. McCnll went to St. Louis Monday ove. Tom Raugh, of Gamma was In this city Inst Monday. John Nelson spent Inst fiundny In Wcllsvllle. Sam Hughes was In Sunday evening. Mexico Inst Tom llnydcn was up Louis lost Sunday. from St. Den Adams wns up from St. Louis lat Stinilny. J. M.CalcrwasupfromSt. Louis a few days last week. II. II. Obcrsmlth, of Hellflowcr wax In tho city Monilay. Sheriff Wilson mmla n flying trip lo Mobe rly Inst Monday. Try us, and lc convinced that our Jolt work can't liu bent. Lee Ahlnglon, of .Inncshurg, spent Inst Sunday In this clly. .1. T. Ilensloy wns calling on friend In Wellsvlllo Sunday. J. II. Martin, of near Cross Honds wan on duritrcftn inst Monday. Harry Canon wnscnlllngon friends In Wcllsvllle lrifl Trlday evening. Ilnrr.v Hall enme up I .on I h Inst Sunday lo while. from St, l-'ii i.l .iiid ili lli. l .0 (inn liu ti'...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 August 1901

T H E T RI B U N E, Friday, - August 23, 1001 a tunc ftMPf cut am orTASTas SOW0KS DR? CREAM BAKING WWDffi Highest Honors, World's Fair Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair Avoid TUklng 2owilera containing nluiu. They mn livlurluut to health lllddletown Cblpt. Mr. J. W. Drlskoll of Montgom cry City, who lost his wlfo re cently, has moved here, and will make his In" i 'rllh hi son, V. P. Drlskoll, ' mllct) east of town. Wnllnco llombaugh camo up from St. Louis tho latter part of last week, to accompany homo his -wlfo who had been visiting her ulrlhood friends here. They left for Montgomery Sunday. Mrs. Amanda Claro and Miss Cretin Orr wcro visiting lniit week In Montgomery City, and wcro ac companied homo by Miss Allco Muns, she spent tho remainder of tho week with them here. II. K. Scnnlahd and wlfo of Mlneola and Prof. Prank Patter son nud brldo wcro In Mlddlctown Thursday, tho guests ' Dr- J J Taylor and wlfo and Herman Sturgoon and family. Prof. Pat' tcrsonN principal of tho I'lay Con tor, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 August 1901

HONEST POUnCS-HOHESI ELECTIONS, The Issue In Missouri Ti-ui Tribune to ntij 1ml l-'ublltthocl lSvory Krklny liV TUB TRIBUNE PRINTING CO. A. 1$. KijADi.i:, Managing Hdilor. In politics handle issues, not men. un le.s the violations are so flagrant us to he rotten then spare neither men nor issue. Those elogont gentlemen, who, with tongue tmil ii!ii, were n solicitous regard ing the constitutional rights of the Filipino might now develop their grey matter furth er on const itutiunal right in Missouri. Tins policy of The Tiiiiii'nk oolitienlly is to cement closer, tin; already good organ ization wo havu mid keep them in touch with actual political conditions. All wo ask is the Itcpublicau support and aid and we will do the rest. Let every Kepublican in the county be careful lest ho say harsh words of the other party. Though men may err they are hu man. Point out tho error hut make it plain that it was because they did not know. What a pity Mr. JJryan run before the iaie supreme court d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 August 1901

Neighborhood News As Told By Our Assistant Editors. Tioma D, strict. V bad a ftno'iroifct tor rain Int .S tt-irdiiy but somrhow- or nth- r it f;ot uwuy from us. H-v rnl attended Macedonia pU" : nm this commuttltpall re por' ii i :'ood Hint'. . Jrlin Kirks nnJ family wis vl tdtlog O.iv.i May Saturday night nnd soudny. CU-lnn Kirk nnd Willie West attended (ho Old Baptist Associa tion tit Sylomo church ln.t Sntur dny, Sunday nntl Monday. Farmers nro cutting corn In this community nml feetllng It to the Block. Hnrry Davidson and his dnugh tor Julia were visiting frlcnclit In Vandalla Monday and Tuesday, Mian Julia Davidson wan the guest of Miss Nclllo Klllott Sun day. Mrs. Owen Stono Is visiting at A. J. Brundrlde this week. O. U. Know. and arc getting plenty n( work to i of MIs Nclllo Hogsctt Inst week. tio. Tlicy woulil no pleitsjtl to do work for anyone doMrlng nny baling done. Jnmcs Flttgernld purchased n Inst ycnr.4 straw slnck from Mr. John Prntt for HftO. MIm ModU Hart of D.itivl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 August 1901

Thi Tribune Friday, - AuKust 23, 1001. tho Statu, nt from 92.25 to 82.00 per week. Thl? last Include roum, mcala, heat, light, laundry etc. Fur tho purchnmi of books, a "Co-opcrallvo Storo" has been established under University au thority In 2 rooms of tho academic hull. No profit In madn by any Farming and Comfort. Different np;c and different coun tries havo held nml hold different vIpwh of Ideal life and also of realiOI10IUi whatever net Incomo there life. Ideal life Is purely specula- ,may ,0 divided amon tho pur tlve, while real life In dimply real-1 chncrs In proportion to tho lutlo. Tho one Ih for the dreamer, nm0unt of their uurelinscH Tho the other for tho real worker. "Life In real, llfn In enrnext," nyn tho poet Longfellow. Farmer, like other men, ttndcretnnd that lioncat toll brliiK nwoat to tho brow and that I hey cannot riucceefully copn with life' HtriiKRh-H without by Union ciiciiijIiik' no Htrenuously In llfoV itfl.ilfM that tho prcrplrntlon comes freely. Such n ewe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 August 1901

RAYS DAUGHTER Tills brought lo mind the etent on the llaguinbayuJi. tiiul suuiehody enld It was "the aattc feller If not tht aitui fit," aad it wouldn't ilu tu leave hlin there. They look bins along In their atb and scrors to Ihrlr barracks by the Paeute Colgiintc. and a doctor Bilnlaterrd tu hlm, (or It wan plain the poor fellow wan In tore plight, find few days later a story mirth thi' tell fog hii going the rounds. The gcott chaplain nf the CnMfornlana hail heard Ms purllal confcsilon and urged hlui lo tell the whole truth, ami flint night the last testlge nf the criimhlli.g case against (lemnl Htii)csantcniiie turn tiling lo curlti.nnd Connelly, frnni the Cuirlt ilr MfMc, nearly run his sturdy legs off to And Fnrnhaui and tell Mm. Die tale. "My reel riome," aatd the hrokrn tnan, "li of no consequence to nny Imily, I soldiered stenrly ten year ago In the Beventh cavalry, hut I hut fight at Wounded Knee rn ton much for my nrrte, nnd the boys muds life a tnirdcn to mo afterwards, t...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 August 1901

4 r ;jt ft' ft I; raii 1 HI HUNK - August 23,, Ural IT 12 MS, , : . . .. : j V. Itclgel of MoboHy nn llii! BticBlof Snm Hughe.! Kundny, Mlrs Ncllio Stu Mt Thursday for; 4jj a eornl days vlii In the country. LOCAL About t'oiiplo Vou Kr.ow ' Who Come Anil fit. tisi Holt" 1ilrdwenl to Wells vlllii Tiundny. Ohns. Mlins visltod friends In Ihof Kingdom of OUawny nrl Sunday Misses Annlo nrnl OurrlH H'-ch wont to Wollmllle Tuesday to visit f riml f . jilt.1 IJ?rthn Wilson of New Flor ence Hpentlho weoltullh Mrs. 01ms. Wilson. Tiy Us on laundry wnrlr, sriUs faction guaranteed. I!. II, SINK. Mr. 0. (J. Copland loft Ttieeitny , g forti virrlt to roJrttlvoHln MorHlinll j jpHZ Mo, I D Clus Wilson of Wcltsvlllu was Jr railing on friends Iti thin ully ! - Tuesday evening. Miss Hcvido James of .Mobrrly Tlie Best Apple Tree always has the lost Clubs Under It not Why . 13 the guet of hrr brother V. I I tn Ml ltd I.milsu Atwnod.of St Louis Is the RtiiMt of Mr. U. M. Hughes this week. James Hurry, of H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 August 1901

THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE VOL IX. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, PKIDAY, AUGUST 0, 1901. NO. 46 WASHINGTON LHTTGR. (From imrrrKtilar Corropondtnt.) Wnshtnglon, Auk. 20, 1901. In the cllort to mnko political cnpltal out of tho Schley, Court ot Intiutry much rot of tho most ridi culous sort la bring dnlly Kent from Washington, nnd tho correspon dents whose papers demand son national matter nro aiding without cnrclng nnythlng about partlxan politics. There Is no politics In tho ennc. Many of admiral Sch ley's strongest and outspoken par tisans are Republicans ot notional prominence. There Is only ono question to l.e settled by the court, nnd It U, whether Schley perform ed his duty during tho nnvnl enm pnlgu against Spain as ho should have dona. A great rumpus was kicked up because acting Secreta ry llarkctt referred Schley's re quest to ns to Hear Admiral Howl son's responsibility for n newspa per Interview to the court, Instead of to llnwlson, nnd he was ohnrg od with hnvlng been actuated b...

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. — 30 August 1901

HONEST POLITICS-HONEST ELECTIONS: The hue In Missouri. I' i I if Republican, Central Committee, OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY. Dit. . K. Mwnh, Clinirmiin. It. H. V.wt., .Seerutnry. Dan (iik.n.n'ax, Treiwiiror. Precl net Join rnllleemen. MfttilKiitiivry City I)r, (i. JO. Miiiih, l. S, Paul, Dan Gioiiimn, Frank ll.tjlnru. Wcllsvillo K. KiiIiik!, (.C. Copeland, C. Men., MMillutowii It. A. Tow.' fJiiniinii (iuo. .JollllHOIl, IJullllowcr .1. W. I'oikiiiH I. Nolicl. m-ii inn Jonufllitirg A. II. Xiuiiicyer. I'ncc'H llriincli Jolin Alinian. Danville 0. S. Hlliott. New Florence'.1. K. PaviH. Mincola S. II. linker. Me- Kittrick .lacol) Karl. Aincrienn h. V. .Stewart. Big Spring F. II. Niedegurke. Itlrinclimtl John 12len raat. Marling .lolin I'arkey. Thai I he .eiitililicnn of Montgomery Comity may keep donor in touch with the county organization, wo have given the named of our Central Committeemen a place on our '(litorial page. It will he quite a help if anyone coiiIcm hci-ohm anything new political ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 August 1901

4. Mi ir' The Tribune Friday, August 30, 1001 mac in taiian Turn rowetn DR CREAM BAKING Highest Honor, World' Fair Oold Medal, Midwinter Pair Afohl Tlaklna; T?nidera containing Blum Thef lire Injurious to health Nrw Klorrnre leader. Mls Gcrtla Cnrr of Montgomery CltyisvlsItlngMlssLnurn Mlllkan, Prof. Hughes Mnupln mid wife moved down from Montgomery thin week. They nro occupying rooniN nt Mrs. Moore's. lonealuirit Journal, Prosecuting Atty. W. II M. Cook nnd Sheriff M. Wilson wcro In Joncsburg for u short tlmo Inst I'rldny evening on offlelnl business Mr. nml Mr. II. C. llcgcmnii nro absent attending tho Association which eonvenoil, Tuesday nl Indian Creek church, In Pllto County near, Now llnrtford. A free mid easy expectoration in prodneod by n few doses of Mal lard's Ilorehonnd Syrup, In nil cases of hoarseness, Soro trout, or difficulty nf breathing. 1'rlco'i'nind oOc. Onson's Pharmacy. illddlrtottn 1 1 1 1 . Tim. McKlfrcsh nnd wife wero hero from Wollsvllln Mondny, thu guests o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 August 1901

WW v-; -r. ,,,,, 1 ft... p '.JQ ' iTiutiiar'tfi . The Tribune Five Years ago This Week. John Sleight made n trip to Cnll nway County Sundny. Gus Wilson or Wcllsvllle, visited SUIISCIMITIO.V I-ltICK! Ono cony ono year In ndvnncc 81.00 Ono copy fl months, In ndvnnc, 00c ! a friend hero Sundny. (Ico. Tlnsloy of Gazette was shln- Como In nnd know. loll us what you I'ctoCnlu spent last Sunday 1 thin place. Morlo Ilniin spent lnst Sundny In St. Lou In. Prnthcr Usry last Saturday. went lug nnll heads hern the first of the week. .... r-ttl- , tt ni .uss venule uysuii iiiiu nemo KIdwell hnvo returned from their Cnllnwcgluu visit. .Ino. llnrkcr,.Ino. Miirtln and .Ilm j Gill took In tho chenp rates Sun to Fayette ""d wo"t Moborly. Low Round Trip Kates to Call. fornla. On September 10th, to 27th In clusive, the Union Pacific Hnllrond will havo very low round trip rates to Sun Francisco from St. Louis, Memphis, Kansas City nnd other' points. Less than ono fnro for tho Hound Trip will bo made. Th...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 August 1901

Neighborhood ...News As Told By Our Assistant Editors. Now Hopo, xospectlngTor vatcr"iTtfd dig-" .Ring wells Is tho order of the tiny. Some havo found good veins of water and arc working hard to bring them to the surface Water Is scarcer than It has been for 20 years. John 1). Polndcxter of Mlncola is visiting his daughter Mrs. V. M. Appling. Miss Minnie Alilerson of St. Louis Is visiting her sinter Mrs. John Cox. Judgo C. 12. Peers of Wnrrcuton called on grandma Johnson Inst Saturday. Miss Florence Duncan vUltcd nt William Hcckcrts near Danville Inst Sunday. Othson Dickey npent last Sun day with J. 13. Dickey and fnmll). E..M. Oliver was In the city on business last Monday morning. Rev.- K. W. Hunlcy prwached for us last Sunday. He gavo us nn -excellent dlscourso which was lis tened to by an nttcntlvo nudlenco. J. ('. Drown and wife attended preaching hero Sunday. John Applobco commenced tho erection of n now dwelling house for Win. Appling Monday. Lcm Drown spent last week In St. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 August 1901

- BP if, The Tribune! Frldny, AugllM. 2.1, tool LOCAL ITEMS, About People You Know Who Come And flo. Now In n good Unit) lf renew your subscription. Miss Hello I,nlrl returned from n vlidtto WcIIhvIIIc Sundny. MIhh Miiymc Hnrton of Callaway la thu guest of MrH.Snm'l llultx. l'ostmnster E. II. Pcgrnm Hr-cnl n few clnj-M In St. LouIh Inst week, W.J. Duncan of Umnmii, wnr on our streets Innt Tuesday. Wo would bo pleased to Imvo nil hack subscriptions payed up to onto. Master Kugciie Holmes visited IiIh fnthcr mid mother In I'crgusim Sundiiy, MIhh Lucllu Washington wns vIMtlng friend In .loncHburg thn llrst of the week. Mm. Cnrrlu Knox of nciir New Florcncu wnH thu guest of her bro ther, Duncnn Snethen Hundny. MIsh l.uln (lentry lent en Sntur dny for her hcIiooI nt Putonln, be ing her second term nt thnt plneu. All Wilson nrrlved homo Sun ilny night from Ilnrper,Knn.,wher he hnHhccn for thu pnstsl.v, month .Mix Dinmn I.itremler, of .limes- j burg, win the guest of frlentlH In I this cit...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 6 September 1901

Si i. 'I if THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. V'H. IX. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, lUOl. NO. 47 Montgomery County Republicans of whom Montgomery county In Whllo Montgomery County has proud, U Sum T. Sharp, cashier of Koi... Democratic tl.o last thrco lho Montgomery Coun y Bank, at elections, by small majorities, the . Montgomery City. Mr. Sharp Is number of active, working Repub-! wo11 k"wn owr tho State, haying llcnnsnow within het borders. nrc-.Uondcd maay bMo nnd Dls,rIct Miges n Republican victory In lho J Republican conventions. lho next i-nmiin lirn. Th(i."uu' " county county wnx never better supplied with material from which to se lect n winning county tick-1, or with active Republicans capable of prosecuting n campaign than now. One of tho most convincing argu ment In favor of u victory at tho next election Is the number of busi ness men now openly working In our ranks, which Is a state of af fairs never before existing. From uvery nook and corner of tho county com...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 6 September 1901

The Vice-President Partakes of tht Hospitalities of Several Promi nent llllnolsans. TWO Ur SERMONS AND A RECEPTION. U Ons Urn Talked of Trull la llml and Faith Toward lha Cinntrr and la tha Other IN tiilhsl Against llM-crlr ad M rarlh tb. Halt nl Man to III Nslihbnr. Chicago, Sept. 2. Two lay sermons, a luncheon with several Illinois poli ticians anil n visit to Hull house ucro the event Hint occupied Vlce-1'rcal- dent llooicrclt In Clilcagn yesterday. lie left lam nlulit far Minneapolis, where lie tlclltrm u Labor day ora tion to-day. After breakfasting lit tba Chicago cluli wllli Paul Morton, uf the Santo F road, the vler-prcsldcnt wn tlrlv- en to Hie Trinity Hutch Ileformrd church on .Marahllrhl ntcime. Thin l the church .Mr. Ilnosovelt usually nt- tend when In Chicago, ami he ! known personally tn many uicinlicra, After Hip sermon, the pastor Invited blm tn the platform, ami the vice president, n hat Ix-rii hi custom when visiting thl church, maile it short Informal ndilrra. tol...

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