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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 6 September 1901

THE TRIBUNE. I-ubllihed 117 THE TlUltUXr. 1'IIINTINU CO. A. II. KKAU1.E Manailnc Ktlltor. MONTOOMEUY. MISSOUM. THE AUTUMN SONG. Aitaln the old heraldic pomp Of Autumn on the hlllt: A icarlel pageant In the iwampj Low trrlca from the Mill! And a rich altar In the air That Orient morn dlrtllli. lain the tapeitry or hate Of amethitlnede UnctncturlnK the horlton arl And rrom the middle iky The Iterant, reverberant call or wild itreie winging- ty. Again the viola or the wind Attuned to one fort theme Here, every burden left behind, O love, would It not aecm A near approach to paradlee To dream and dream and dreamt Clinton Hcellard, In Wotaan'e Home Com panlon. HIS ELBOW SLEEVES. HI bow tlccvct represent the loit 1001 iiimuur fashion for men in tlic borough of Brooklyn. The ttylc, which In ionic ways will appeal to many, lias ken set liy a sedate New York buIiic iiiiin, w horestdelln the borough of churches, ami who ii the Int inn it who would have lieen expect til to nuddle with the fash...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 6 September 1901

I Honest PoliticsHonest Elections, The Issue In Missouri The Tribune. PubllHliecl ISvory lrlduy liY THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO. A. IJ. Ki!Ani,K, Managing Editor. It would lmve been inorenincero in (!ov, Doekery if lie liiid endowed the Xcsbil Law UH follow : 1 endorse the Xe.sliit Law lie- ciiiiHu il wan the only thing thiil made me governor. Honorable .loxeph Klory i now Presi dent of the Metropolitan Publishing Co. and The Political Review is destined to become of untold value to the Republican parly -under his direction. Don't hesitate to M'liil in your views. Our columns are open to the public for the expression of their views on matters of gen iral interest. One of the members of the Democratic State Committee, who isaNoau ollieer of the Missouri State Militia in fuel an ollieer of the State, under commission, publicly ap proved (he work of the uiohat Pierce City and, although cninniisioiicd to take charge of the arms of the military company and keep them from being used in a lawl...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 6 September 1901

Neighborhood News As Told By Our Assistant Bditors. Wollavlllo. j Mrx. Lucy McQule nnd llttla son Jessie left Inst Thursday (or Del Nort, Colo, their future home. Miss Tressn Hull of Hellflowcr spent Thursday nnd Frldny wllh Miss WIUlu Thorpe of this city. Dr. mul Mrx. .!. C. Hlnluo left Thursday for Cnmlo, N. D. to vi sit relatives. Misses Elsn 1). Aydclott and .Lcoln McQule were the guests of the former's relatives near Hcll tlowcrlaxt week. Miss Emma Hcrwangcr of St. "Louis Is tlii) guest of hrr pnrcnts here. l'rof. Mi'lvln Strnttbc lias gone to Hntes Co., Mo. where ho will tench ngnln tho coming winter. Miss Lola Orr, of Mlddlrtown, wait thu guest of Miss Mnymu Elton of thin city Inst week. Miss Lctn Howies Is visiting nt Madison Mo. ChiiH. Tully has moved Into tho C. W. Wlilto property on Hudson Street. II. K. Llncnsrhmldt was In Troy last week on business. Mr. and Mrx. Zenor and little boh, I.u Hoy, who have been vi siting relatives hero for Home time returned to their home In...

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. — 6 September 1901

1 A D ALU AD OF LOVING. "Oh, Lot will And tho way, dear Quoth Colin lo hlsquten, A iwlftly o'er the border ilde They fled to Uretna Orren. Ivm, fait behind her father rldta. Hut naught the lovera atay The Koal la reached, the Vrtot tt tied. For Iove hat found the may, "Oh, Love will rind a , dear lata" That waa In riaye of old: Tray Ull me dainty, modern maid, !fv loveri heartt waxed coldT If tuch a lummom came tonUht Would ) ou the call obey And truit a votca that laughing trlnJl '0h, Lova will find tha nay." "Oh, Lot will find the way, dearMau"- Why doubt the laylnit'a truth? For what can check tha paneloh tldt Twlit love-lick maid and youth; Ym, Jill will nod ataent to Jack Wlienn'cr he choose toaayi "Cotne fly with me, the world la wldo And Love will find the way' "Oh, I-ove will find the way, dear lata, And youth muit have Ita due. Though oft the atory haa been told The lata la aver new; J tut at It waa In by k one year Ho I ha 11 It bo to-day. V hen artful Cupid tfinpta a maid...

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. — 6 September 1901

THIS AND THAT. The government distributes $1, ( tO 0,000 u vi.ir among agricultural i colleges. Knglfoh and Irish farmers complain 1L.1 I.. li.t...1 1. 1 ' tutu jum'nrau iinvcouiaiiuucuiiiroi of the beef trade in London. There are li 11) 1-3 millions men and C.1G 2-3 millions women in this norld, giving the men a majority of 15 2-3 millions. About 10,0(10 letters of local origin for local delivery are sent to the dead letter oflicc from the Chicago post of fice every mouth. The world's production of gold last year was about $230,000,000, w hich i $08,000,000 lc! than in thepreccdlng year, a consequence, chiefly, of the South African war. The Nebraska state game warden has forbidden the farmers to light the grasshoppers longer uith poison, say ing that the lot of birds and game it too costly a price to pay for the de struction of comtwNtivciy few in sects. The two mo.t calamitous fires ever known anywhere in the world oc curred in the United States within 13 months of each other. In ...

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. — 6 September 1901

iTyjijV 2 it 6' 1 r. f 1 w'lV!y I have removed to the lite Huildiny across the Street from WnbiiHli freight depot, formerly occupied hy. Jim. T. Ximnelly. Having plenty of Floor hhicu. large doom in front and hack of huilding, cistc mew can drive right in and through the building with a wagon. Ah I am Hituated now I can handle everything with much less expense, of which my customer will reap the Imnclit. When you want to get highest cash prices for your Wheat, Corn, Oats, Chickens, Eggs, and all Kinds of Poultry, Scrap Iron, Rubber, Metal, Etc., Bring to Me- "" " B'""1 ""'' "' - 0t Wheat. Bran and Ships, Chops, Flour of many .lirfcraitSnul,, Oarden and Field Seed, PURE BONE MEAL AND FERTILIZER. Heforo huying you will do well to see me, as I only handle the best and juices reasonable. Putre Red IVTi v n H Pititv a oi A - w v-v v-vw v XVX VJCCU. Same Phone 85. IWI forget to call us up. We deliver all orders promptly. Remember the i.laee. The Uriel; H.,iMi,.,r iv..i..."i. p..:. i i. ac...

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. — 13 September 1901

THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL IX. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER la, 1901. NO. 48 $ "Cortolyou my wlfo j bo careful about her; don't let her'knnw." j j President McKlnk-y h first thought niter ho was wounded. V "Lot no ono hurt him" His j words us his eyes oil on his ) nnsnsslan. " I mn sorry to hnvo boon the cnuso ol trouble to tho Im position." Ills words to Mr. Mllburn. A LOVING WIFE'S TRIBUTE. "Do' you know MnJ. MoKlnley?" niked Mrs. McKlnlcy o( n vlsllori Sal New Orleans during tho trip across the continent this spring. "Ah,! jno nno enn know him, because to npprcclnto him ono must know htm $iiH I do. mid I nm not snoakliiif now of Mai. McKInlcv ns tho Presl- Sdent. I nm speaking of him us my husband. If nny ono could know? what It Is to havo a sick wlfo, complaining, nlwnys an Invalid forj twcnty-rlvo years, seldom a day well, and yet naver a word of un Kklndnoss has over p ised his llpjj ho Is Just tho suns tondur, thought (ul, kind Kjntlemiii I knjw when lint ho ...

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. — 13 September 1901

ninrai The A,wfttl Crime Committed at the Pan-American Exposition by an Avowed Anarchist. TWO SHOTS, POINT BLANK, AT TWO FEET Both Take Effect In the President's llodr. One lamellae Daneroas, Thoaali, rlim Uod, Net Fll Wou4-TI Assassin Captared nit l-rolecled Irara lb l-opulaee. nt'U.KTIK, O A. J,-rresl4eat elo Klaler sleep! and trilUii lalrlr eesllr. Temperalore, 1 IM).2 1 pels, 120, respiration, 81. llulTnlo, Bept. 1,-Juit brief 24 hour ugo tlio newspaper of tho city blaroncd forth In nil tho pomp of headline tye "Tho Proudest Day In Duffalo'a History." To-night, In sackcloth anil nshes, In aomhre type, mi r rounded by grucsomo border of black, tho umi newspn peri nro telling In funeral lone to a barrlflcd populnco tlio dcptorabla (If tail of "Tlio Illnckctt Day lo Tbo History Of llurfnlo." l'rratdent McKlnley, tlio Idol of tho American people, the nation' chief executive mid the city' honored Knot, lie prostrate, suffering pang Inflicted by tho bullet of a cowardly nssnssln while...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 13 September 1901

It A GLOWING REPORT. An Indlann Man Csnpirn Wnlnl Canada nilh (he United slatee What Mr. I'rtnli Fisher, a Prom, laent Uankard, llaa to tar Aflel a Trip Through Canada. The Department at the Interior at 'Ottawa has Just received from II r. E. T. Holmes, the Agent of the Gov ernment stationed at Imllanapolla, Indiana, the following letter, which require! no comment. It U only nec essnry to tnte that Mr. V. KIher, the writer of the letter, la one of the moat prominent of the Dunkarda nnd a man upon whose word the utmoat reliance can tie plncrd. Ilia homo la at Mexico, Imllnnn, nnd ho will he pleated to substantiate verbally or In any other way nil that he says In his letter. Anyone desiring Information apply to neareat Canadian Agent, whose addresses arc. here given: M. V. Mclnnet, 1 Avenue Theater Mock, Detroit. Mich. Jemes Urlere, flault Ble. Marie. Mich. J, 8. Crawford, :i( Wen Ninth street. Kaniaa Clir, Mo. Ilenjsmln lsvl. I5l!i Kaat Third ttreel, nt. I'aul, Minn. T. O. Currle, lt...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 13 September 1901

Sm , ,--. - -..-."wrf "Jfl'mpT $ i i . I- Honest The PolitaHonest Elections, Issue In Missouri Menem. Burnham Frank Palmer, two cry Uty's bright young men wore Mlcldlctown visitors Inst Sunday, being drawn hither by two north end young Indies, two of the town' hnndrtomcHt nnd most ctl- 'rnnblo girls. Chips. orSontgom'lmery : County : Bant MoNTtlOJIKItV Om,.M. CAPITAL, - - - $22,000 Ti-ib Tribune. 1 ul illisliucl 12vof.v I'rlilny IIY 7775 TRIBUNE PRINTING CO. A. It. Ki'.aim.k, Managing Kditor. N for In most stales in tin; I'liion I iconic pre to smiandor their own inonev l)iit tint ho in MK-oini where trained men are fleeted to (hi it. i ho runners and tlio hiisnicss men who pay their Iiinos thin year without u good crop lo full hack on will have time to pou tier on the $:i,()(l(l,(l()0 discrepancy in the auditor s reports. The place to work the hardest N every where hut the energy and the talent of our hrighlcst men should he used to work the waste places placer where there it a lar...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 13 September 1901

Neighborhood News, As Told by Our Assistant Editors. Big Spring Startling wns tho sad news of thu attempted assassination of our President . It Id anxiously hoped ho will recover. Miss Carrie Drown of Montgom cry City lit the gucsi of the Shrough faintly. Miss Mnry Hurt, who hn been visiting her sister. Miss Kittle Wntsou of nenr New Floroneo last Week returned homo last Sat urdny. Chris Ilelft, who linn been bear ing n well for our new mcrrhnnt, Mr, Clark Whiteside, tho past two or three days happened to bad luck; the tool hung ut n debth of -10 feet and It will take considerable time to raise them. Mrs. Goo. It. Mllllkon and little son and daughters, visited homo folks In Wellsvllln Inst Saturday and Sunday. Messrs Grant and Eugene Hor ton, wcru In Joncsburg on bust uess last Saturday. Our new blacksmith, Mr. Hcgan of Vandnlla moved his family here Inst Sunday. ltev. J. 11. Conley filled his regu lar and last appointment at Liber ty Ilaptlst church last Saturday. A few of the Anio...

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. — 13 September 1901

7 II GROWS ffiOIK. News From the Wounded President Continues of an Encourag ing Character. NO COMPLICATIONS HAVE DEVELOPED. The Itcllef Prevails That the Presi dent Will llrriMrr, anil Thai He llrf In llrltrplril In llir Connie nnnrr. uf Vlsllnrn l.envlnsj Ihe Mllhurn Hume nt lluffnlu. Mllhurn House, IlulTalu, N. Y., Brpt. B. "Hod's contribution to I ho Anicrl- can iroilc will do the sparing ut the prrrldciilV life." An tlic ctctiltig shadow were fall Inir lo-nlaht. .lulin (I. Mllhurn, presl drill lit the Pan-American cxHslllon reverently uttered these words in lie Mood licforo Dm house In which the nation' patient una fighting ( bratc- ly with death. Ami all who horn Ix-rn nt the Mllliurii residence to-dny re- fleet the view that the linttlu will lw veil, nnit tho prayers of tha world will ha answered. Since Innt night not an inifnvoriiliU' symptom linn np- lrnr'il, l.i t ry liourhaii in-cn n, .victory. Within, fullli III thn outcome, grows stronger, anil holm moiiiitn higher ami h...

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. — 13 September 1901

THE TRIBUNE. rablUh4 Br tM TMBCHB PM1MTIMO CO. A. B. KKAD1.E, Miuflit Editor. MOMTOOMEKY. j i JflSSOUBl THE FAIREST QIFT. If I might live the world ant itIM, And choose It I pleated: It through Some miracle 'twere mine to lltt A hand and thereby let a new Condition over men. 1 would not itrew tlefore them rlchea that they aeek to-day, I would not be Induced to tweep away One taek that Uod haa given them to do. 1 would not make the dark daya fair. Nor curb the bitter wlnda that blow, Nor deck the dreamt with llllea where The angry, muddy watera now! I would not bring the lordly mailer low. Nor ralie the servant up who crlngea now, lie that la plowing itlll thould guide the plow. Tram mil ihould wath away the wldow'a woe. I would not heed hla bitter cry Who calli upon the poor to wreet From them whore palace walla are high Oold for the rtarvlng and oppreeitd. Hut he that hat within hie honed breatt The fear that Wrong la epreadlng here below 1 would with glad conviction give to know T...

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. — 13 September 1901

Vs. REMOVED! REMOVED!! Owing to my trade iiicruasiiig daily nod in order in fitcilittttu mmiu with prompliics mid dispute "W'ahiwli freight depot, formerly occupied hy.lno. 'I'. Xtmnelly. I have removed to this big liuilditig across the Street from Having plenty of Floor spnee, large doom in front and hack of ImildiiiL', custr mern van drive riirlit in and tlnoii.rli tlm lniililin. with n'.,.,.. Ah I am situated now I van handle everything with much less expense, of which my customers will reap the benefit. When yon want to get highest cash prices for your Wheat, Corn, Oats, Chickens, Eggs, and all Kinds of Poultry, Scrap Iron, Rubber, Metal, Etc., Bring to Me- Having constantly on hand a good supply of Corn, Oats. Wheat, Bran and Ships, Chops, Flour of many different grades, Garden and Field Seed PURE BONE MEAL AND FERTIIZER. Ik-fore buying you will do well to see me, as 1 only handle the best and prices reasonable. Pure Red May and Fultz Wheat for Seed. Same Phone 85. Don't forget...

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. — 20 September 1901

THE MOiN 1'UOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL IX. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, SBPTEMBBK lO, lUOl. NO. -4 J t 17. 14 I I "It. ia God's way. His will be done." J Words of President McKinley during his last 5 5 conscious moments. a William McKinley. Born January 29. 1843. Died Sept. 14. 1G01 No Change of Policy. Tln-odore Roonuvult took the ooiiHtitutional oath of olllcc iik I'rcHnli!tit of tliu United States at It: IT) p. m. last iSntni'lav. Tliu oath wan ii1 tiiiiii.Htt;reI hy Judgu Hazel, of tliu UnHril StntuH DiKtritit Court, in the library of tliu rcsidcnci' of attorney Aiiwlfy Wilcox, at Buffalo, New York. When taking thu oath I'roaiilunt Hooxuvult said : "In this hour of deep and tumble national buruave uiuitt. i wixli to May I hIiiiII enntltitio ahsolutuly unbroken the policy of IVusiiient. Mi'ICiule.y for thu puauu, prolperity and tin' houur of our beloved country." Proclamation by President Roosevelt. 1'retideut Honsi'vult, noon after taking the oath, 'tKMietl thu i'nllnvfing proulau...

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. — 20 September 1901

Biographical Sketch of the Late William McKlniey, Our Twenty-Fifth President. SILOIER, STATESMAN AND CITIZEN. m Una WhoK ftpotltaa Intevrltr lsv..hl IVraonalHr Ktidrd Ilea io Men of All lartleelll Ooairalle Lift I'arlleafar.r Wor th ! KmhUIIom. Ionli, Sept. I Follow, riff U a WtrC sketch of the life and bp r vice i of William McKlnlcy, of whom may im truthfully repealed tho word he altml In pajrlritf a tribute to James A. tlarflcM. who, uImi fell a victim to lite tMilIet of mi DHfuiMln while uccu pylnr tho prcnliloulhil ofllcct Miu dim we find the heat rrnrcucnla tiro, of tho poMllillltle of American lire Ikiy nnu mnn. hi typifies Allien vnn youth ami mmihooil, anil llluri' tntloM the IwnrflU ninl jflory of our frets ItintltutfouH. He illil not .In.. forth h a iiit'tcorf he mm with lurntv urrl and ntntuty Htep over rough jwifli and through years of rugged work, lie earned hU pnHkiiK to cv cry rcfermcnt. Ito wus tried and trjtlrtl at every step In hit pathway r firoffrtaa. He produce...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 20 September 1901

................Illlllr im ft EM Theodore Roosevelt Takes the Oath of Office as President of the United States. IT WAS k QUIETLY IMPRESSIVE SCENE. Thm Oath at Offlee Adnilulalerrd tit F(cll Judge John It. Matel, ol (lie t'ntted Slates Dlstrlet Court, af Ilia lletldeuve ot Mr. Autlrf Wllcos, la Iluffalo. IlulTulo, N. V., Sept. 15, Theodore Rooicrclt took tlic constltutloual oath as president of the United States Just 13 hour and 10 minutes after the death of William McKlnler. He took the oath of oillca In the small library In tho old colonial residence of At torney Alnsley Wilcox, at 641 Dela ware avenue, at 3i3J Saturday after noon. At 3:15 a carriage drorc up contain' leg Secretary Hoot, Attorney-General Knox and United States District Judge John II. Hazel, of IlufTalo. The irentleinen proceeded Immediately to the library of Uie house, vthcro Mr. Jlooscrelt awaited them. This car riage m closely followed by another ontalntng Secretaries Long, Hitch faithfully execute the office of ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 20 September 1901

tl 'US Honest PoliticsHonest Elections, The Issue In Missouri Thk Tkibune. I'uIjIImIujU ISvory l-'rlilny liy TUG TRIBUNE PRINTING CO. A. li. Kkaiii.i:. Managing rMilor. , Oihv uri' tin1 Million moiinw the In (if ii iiiinivrcil IV.. mii. .i. llitnrv will miii IllMtlillll-t llll'IHM tll.'lll titi'l Lincoln. Where i I lit' mini united lo dike iiu I' 'I'lu'i ! ir KoiiM'tvIt? broad tniiiii"l. U pnlilii' iiffnii'i- m'i i In- i f M'Olil I lire 1 Mi.'Kiiih'V, IIHIIV il-(arliolu i" J mi i li il'c bet lei -i(li;nii,il .iitir thnii I !u - hit. .st. lie is il'll1lltf:ll,V MltlVl III true Aiiit'iiciin. 'I'll'' follmiing ill i i. 1 1 1 1 worn tin Spr'nigHi-ld ( Mo, ) lc(t "iliciin. i interi'Ming In whom il iimv iiiu't'r "Kiiiium (iiililinii i, lli Kilcil iiiuircliist , niv I'l-f-iili'iil Mi'Ki il'v i- nnlv it Imii in 1 1 n- IiiiihIn of Mini, lltiiiini, uIhi lYe.-idcnt in ill Un throne.' Li'J'h ('('. Miundi fit m i I i ;i r. Wli i I lie rcnl N)Hl'l' iH'llillll t In- That Hurl of lulu ami wit -it ....

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 20 September 1901

Neighborhood News, As Told by Our Assistant Editors. Now Hopo. ( Ruv. Tayor bc(jnn n prolfactcd Horn to li. A. Peuu mid wife meeting nt Horeb church Monday. Friday, Sept. (ill. u boy. Dock o MoBlgoBeiy ISuimelt Oilier visited relatives thin port of tho county In Miduletowu last humlu. Saturday. Hex. E. M. Oliver and who were , m , trading in Wellsvillu MouUay. Bollflowor. boiuu low showers of ii.ii., out Hev. Pasley preached nt this not enough to uinku un siock plnco Inst Sunday. Some young people from hero attended protruded meeting nt Truxton Inst Tuesday night. Mr. Pines Bold n vnlunhlc horse at tho stock sale nt Truxton Inst Saturday which brought $l.'l."i. Tho recital hero Saturday nluht ..lit,. I. .M. Uh.er u.iu Miss r,o- wns not very well attended but rcaou Duncan weiu u.iulug in tho programme wax Interesting. Vu.wno.iouauy. MM Eir, ,n(.r,m f Truxton .Miaou.. .Miil.Iu ana .ttauio Outer J visited liergr.md parent Mr. mid vi.i.cu .ur. j. uiciccy una . Mrs. Hohh last Saturday an...

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. — 20 September 1901

The Bullet of the Assassin, Czol fjosi, Did Its Foul Work Only Too Well. "IT'S GOD'S WAYHIS WILL BE DONE. trilh ThM, Ilia I.s.t Conarloaa Warts, tha Spirit of William M.HInl7 Fa trial, SlalMmaa anil Clllisa Without Itsnroacli, raa4 Frnia Ita Morlal Tanamrnl to Hlarnal llaat. Mllburn llouae, llulTalo, N. Y., Stpt, 14,-rrcaldenl McKlnley died at 2:1 a. m., eastern time, lie hail been un conscious lnco 7:50 p. in. Ill last conscious hour on enrtli wn spent with till wife, to uliom lis devoted lifetime of care. Us dlnl unattended by a minister ot the gospel, but his (nit word were an humble submission to the will (if the (lod In whom he believed, lie wan reconciled to the cruel fate to which an assassin' but let had condemned him, and faced death In the mine nplrlt of calmness and poise which had marked Id long ad honorable career. Ilia taut con clous words reduced to writing by Dr. Mann, who Mood nt bin bedside when they were uttered, were aa fob lowat "(lood-by. All good-by. Il'a (Jod...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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