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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 9 January 1892

JAIL PLRAY OF THE FALLS. mmd ha u. 113 . wtFyitDATY' DAILY. cial to the jies of the W. C. T. U. have se. of th he " he services of a tirt-class chef ofte co'nety ,,w better prepared than ever about ;l'j , yatmeal5. Call around and Lloyd Was a w inc1d. the yar( barks Ik ' oynch nd oan aspirant to east juil-Yard ti hln rs, named Kane, got into p elan stht in the li'er hall yesterday after (rlIn l lt (htirr Hurns separated them abbing hi t i thin, to the city lockup. ened 14r t gI'I' 1e 'llnitin company closed put oni Ib liett the opera herse 11hen ea., ?' @v ill the "I)nnites," to i f~ait ad lp I'hey go o i t oll' t' door henu al t 1(n15 theatre where they Ik orlerli l , t the ('anuc(k' tonight. just ,I.- S. . . w, ho id i piece of con rune fom ,,,, the Nelhart branch, is in he e, a , .t,! lin .utlit together p ra - ty It I lf,;n- ,verything to il tte. Ierry hI .11 II 111e1 lured the contract for whcryn t'lvl n. i lier flow the iM ont nit llen thejlle r " the Boston en ontada Oedl th ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 9 January 1892

SENATORIAL CONTEST IN0OHIO The 'thernuan ilen I unfident of Ite. Electing Tiheir ( antiulate After Teeliy'N Vie. Ex-(inern'oriii iniakI. Sitys the Sync torlial Fitn:t hati I tily .Julst The SenatornIl tutu! I itit illp Vh he field in a Ita) hr TIwo. The fihts Nenaloshlip. ettnti-it is still iinsiii xii. Thm sjea'air ilintist is over Iany'lii. thii Slii-viini i'On ilidate. who iN nxoiiimti-.l. lii tim risijlt inileit to tiring that hel i'ifiil iiqiii.'s.'iii a hc I - als ru I hin- ,I lii f Jl iint xii iliv. oin 'xiiii i fi, i ii.' a 0 I si a l li--i..insi. u p l n ii r fI i re . i . I : iii1. iii' t I I I e m l o g t a i-ite litati ii ii- n ia 'x vii'. pii. .ii' .ii I;''e o thcei':. ii If--hi rll il-il' lir'' ni-i I ian . a-lilI, 11 'tn i i i th l I'. rnt hin -vit*0h xh lotU A I crnlx it i 11 11 1 o iI f biii'i*i iK-i.ii - i stat 'no iii ii. inu x iv' . Si.,t *iv Slier Iiiaah iiian-f xliii ni ,,liii itan insil eetiry ti. lit ,.]a ii tr t,- rki'i iii o ii.ivvil ni .]- e~n rtii.1. e1 '...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 9 January 1892

So THE PALIL. 5UNDAY'S DAILY. tirement of Jerry Collins from retiFalls TRIunE, where he has anseervic for Montana and r p m fdee1ovCe oracY for many years, ri rmri'tteil by his friends in the ity throughout the state. Their I 'th 5ishef go with him into whatever I aof cti1itY he next ventures. The a w, we are glad to learn, continues petelt hands. It is one of the rpzzising newspaper pr' perties in estt and its future is assured. I,.lrsdrelt l{ .llstt. editor of the Neihart oil. ie Frederick Sprague, also of rt ai1( ii pleasant call at the .01'" last evening. The gen u ;llI remain in town a few days. e' tii5" god< there. Mr. Al ;S .;vshe Is'l just equipped his news iit will, it new two-horse Hlip ,uriig engine, furnished by lI"lls Irio works. l1e has al n(% 'runston cylinder prwsa , :, ery satisfactu rily. ip e a:t hulls TI'nulNe. of the alfth ~I vs the anouiincement that L axl. retired from tlii- iiii I'iat journal, having dispjsel r ,, i t to Mr. It. W . ("ool(.y an~d I F ill, ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 9 January 1892

N O T H I N G There's nothing like honesty.-after all it's the best policy. Here's a frank confession. We to sell faster than we have been doing, for the very good reason that we want to make room L I K E our New Spring Stock. MAKE ROOM, that's the word from now on, at whatever Consequently, All Winter Wear at a Vast Reduction. How vast we a you to call and learn. Respectfully, THE ONE-PRICE CLOTHIER. NATE WERTHEIM, SHERMAN SUCCEEDS HIMSEtF.1 Foratker Made~ t M~agnificeaat F ight, I:11t totihi Not ] own tihe 1)141 War i-orne. With the 'onipie Ion of the I'resoet Have Spent 44 years in Public life. At lReorsI ',ithaoit it I'ai~ttul cisi the titosint p. hemaiiiin (.et, Thie,'.. ('uI.oIt.tmc, 0., Jann. t;.-- CThe repiuh IIlalns or ulthio have spoken andI John Shiermia n wit I be the next I *ti tett Statcs, senut. p from the hack- Eye st ate. J. 11. Ittorttkt is itefeatedt. But even in iief'att the eatiurat anti ofj his oaniuts andi tic tiisji~ticlt nafoe than evir the idol iif ti nis I...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 16 January 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. LrTME X. T.E \l' FALLS. MONTANA. SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 16, 1892. NUMBER 47 . . . . .. . . ... . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . o . . . . . . 1 Nathan, THE ONE-PRICE LOTHIER, Sole Agent in Great Falls all 'oods bearing the trade mark ANHATTAN e Manhattan Shirts are unexcelled uality and make and none others ap cb them in fit, in fact they lead in line just as hats bearing the trade k in the hat line. But other nsanufac rs can only try to imitate. ur Fall Stock s complete in every respect and better never before. \e have been striv to get the best goods of the best kes and have succeeded in every de tment. In nearly every instance have ured sole control in Great Falls of the ,s of manufacturers tha;t recognize competitor. all. examine our stc.k und he o,,n Respectfully yours. A. NATHAN, 2"22 Central Ave Cory 1i haiesale Grocers. HHE ONLY STRICTLY GROCERY HOUSE IN THIS PART OF MON TANA. \' b uy from the same facto rl,, n h lid s tIhat the cast ni j b,,,brs (...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 16 January 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. SATUBDAT. JANUAR!Y 1* IIU. THE IRRIGATION CONVENTION. The reader of Friday's proceedings of the irrigation convention at Helena will n-t be puzzled to divine what several members of the convention are driving at. The body was called together by Governor Toole to act upon a resolution brought up from the recent Salt Lake irrigation convention, recommending that the arid or irrigable lands in the west be ceded by the general government to the states and territories in which such lands are situated, the states and territories to reclaim them by such a system of irrination as each may devise. These Imay not be the words of the reso lution, but as we understand it, they embody its essence. To put it more briefly the point involved was: shall the state or the general government reclaim the arid lands. At the first day's session it was ap parent there were two antagonistic ele ments in the convention; one in favor or an l one opposed to state cintrol of arid lands. The ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 16 January 1892

THE BALTIMORE TROUBLE. The Evidence Shows it was the Result of a Cold-Blooded conpiracy. A Clerk In a Hank, an English Sea Captain and Others, Warned Oar Boys. They Kept Aloof From the Low Part of Town and Were Attacked on the Main Streets. Twas a sonsplrsev. VALLItO, Cal., Jan. 9.-Today was the third of the investigation into the attack on the sailors of the Baltimore. Judge Advocate Remy presided alone, District Attorney Custer being absent. Nearly all the crew have now testified and on Monday the officers will probably take the stand. The case of the United States as Stated by President Harrison in his message has been fully made out. There can no longer be any doubt that the mob was organized beforehand. Nearly every sailor was warned by at least one person that the Baltimore's men would be attacked at dark. The clerk of the bank where they changed their money warned some. An English sea captain stopped others of the crew on the public streets and warned them and many others in ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 16 January 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. SATUNDAT. JANUARY IS ts. THE SILVER SITUATION. The doubtful Thomases will soon be convinced that a free coinage bill will be sent to the president. While the timid fear that the passage of such a bill will injure the prospects of democ.rats at the pre.identi election the majority of denocratic repres.entatives at WtashiIng tou is of ti oplinion that the interests of the countlry dlmntd the settlehment of the silveIr lquestin at the earliest date p,.hibhl, ali that tihe oinly way to settle it is too ke.', it before, cugress until that I di y tal i il ,iliotte ntioI upon it. This t;c11 of the situation is strengthen,, by tih fat thd a ,.uml-r of tilhl all pro II. for tIe "' i nn, LII i i of the metal ha.s lieu i.iuridiee.. 't'he Stewart bill il t t'he ,-nUt'" or the ;int bill in tthe house ar, the mon,.t prominrent anl willl attrla.tc the most atteltionll. l r. ,ilj,} i, chairllman of the houso commllittee ,n c oina;ge, weigilts and tIeasuresi ani ihe will havet ch...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 16 January 1892

pRAY OP THU FALLS. IIDNYSDAY'B DAILY. er the Great Falla Water com mpe 128,791,351 gallons. This ty would supply New York city lter for about twenty-two hours in between eleven and twelve stockholders of the Cascade yh.,tractcompany held a meet ecening to elect officers for the 1,11'. lle old board of directors t anl it was agreed to re-organ c.n,. V an{d elect new oflicers. • lic, r Ihlr ntment received a tele ,ie tie .linneapolis chief yester itri , 'uarrv Sutter, a cabinet r.o that city, could be found 1iih ;. is dead and he should by Ile lrn of the fact. 11he funeral 1 e ,,,,,.. well known in Montana -,.,*|ttil king" and a partner of N. I,(~ i,,,r, was married last night at t,,o,' to Miss Mary Unlbraith, .t1, ,f Vm. J. Galbraith, formerly of tlnt district. lThe ceremony .errfrmed at the residence of I. Lee of lecer Lodge. .s lanatz has just arrived from r, wher he he has been making ewaents to open a branch bottling The requisite machinery has ordered from Boston and the con has...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 16 January 1892

THE DOLLAR OF OUR DAODIES Address of the National Executive Silver Committee Issued Last Night. The Arguments Bi-metallists Advance Are Undisputed and Un disputable. AU the Babble About Short Dollars is but Foolish Homage to Knavery. loand silver Doetrte. WASHInoTOn, Jan. 8.-The national executive silver committee tonight issued an address declaring that continued ex perience demonstrates there can be no adequate or final solution of the money question but by re-endowing silver with money function and making silver coins standard money coequal with gold for all money uses. The present policy of making subsidiary money of silver to be redeemed in gold ant of piling continu ally higher the fabric If credit and credit money on a constantly diminishing basis of gold, is unsound and unsafe and must come to an end. The enormous increase in bank credits and other forms of currency in recent years relatively to the volume of gold in which they are ultimately redeemable imperils financial st...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 16 January 1892

Ay 01P THE FALLS. fATURDAYTs DAILY. baby we born yesterday to M,. Herman Afferb nh. ocasek has been looking for his bores ince Jan. 1, when yed front hi corral. annual meeting of the North *Sheep companY, which was to a held yesterday, has been post. SFeb. 5. Ferris, at one time day operator Feght ofcfie here, has a very lu ition on the Mexican Central i, Mexico. ant of Police Lippincott was the Syesterda of a beautiful badge it is soid gold, two by three in toe center of which i a live silver star. Upon the face are d the words, "Sergeant Police." .erse side contains the following: ted to E. S. Lippincott by his frields." Se reOant Lippincott the gift very highly and will ever it among his most valued pos Ike Freudenthal, who has for the ar ablyv ,manac the clothing es iment of J. Feldberg in this city, rmle a partnership with the latter the firm name of Feldberg & euthal. The new firm wil un dily enoly the liberal patronHre has always favored Feldlanrgs' .g store under Mr. ]'r...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 16 January 1892

IT, r 1T r I t I Now you DO want Ovt.rcoats--.heavy, warm, cold-defying garments, that will effectu4 resist the attempts of old Jack Frost to make you shiver. We have loads of wi- HEAVY OVERCOATS WARM - of every description, which we are selling cheaper than ever before-- cheaper than ar body else. Tffl Park Hotel Block NATE W ERTHEIM One Price Clothier •_ _eam . , a. • •• um, . DEMOCRATIC POLICY OUTLINEI Holman aounds the Keylnote That Wi I;lid- the Party in Congress. (Granting of Subsidies and Hountie IDeclared to ie I'njust and Imnolitle. oit tIours.' tke Republicans Object The Question to Be De bated Tsoday. \'asHlNcrroN, Jan. 13. On motion o Bland a resolution was adopted callint on the secretary of the treasury for in formation as to whether at any time since the 4 per cent bonds became due there has been sufficient funds in the treasury to pay the same, and if so by what authority he assumed to continue such bonds at 2 per cent and why the same were not paid at the time they ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 23 January 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. E X. Ai. . tS ., NTANA. S.ATUllDAY MORNING, .JANUARY 23, 1892. NUMBER 51 ,.. . . Iocking thbe Spots out of Prices. Some people may think that's ther i coarse way of putting the se, but if it isn't very elegant it at least pointed and direct and lls just what we are doing so that oi can't misunderstand it-we c knocking the spots out of rices. We are making wholesale re uctions to wholesale figures. Our Great Removal Sale has roven more of asuccess that ever C anticipated. We have sold oceans of goods nd are still selling a great many very d(lay. When yoti find how tow you an buy the best of goods, we enture to say that the tempnlt:ationi 0invest in a Suit, an ()vercoat, mne Unlcerwear, or pair of Shoes ill be too great a one to resist. We expect soon to move to ur n'w quiarters, cotrner First ieue .cnuth and lThird street,' 'ci ucnil then will continue! lauQht, ring gooui . But the' inm is short and it you sh11uld cant anything ill our line [r .OnlC me to ColliC y...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 23 January 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. 1PUMLINARD DAILY AND WWILY mT THE TRIBONE PUBLISHING COMPANY. (ttonarotrIATD. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mls .uuli.lrtl tlm, . mll.t Ih paid in alvline.t . ii ili,. I WEitLY.L ýilx ..ý.ilrý,, '" :..111 wii ll ..m lhM. 'S ..tl. I(ii¢ ,r,, l h ""1 . 1 .v''I 1 in" .. rfi.hlIY w,'" ill I , Ii ' , . ' . r.n ! rrlr;. itl ,.. h qnl. l,-jy A l l Itt ,Il)rlle ."r l . b DaLily v.:;r:-n I I I c.I( riIrr. rl'l , ·l' ';; l 't ,,:ý r.! l i. i'rll ti( ·II rlll i \ll , ,,l l !r ,' I', I' ' I - ''.'' . 1~, ····• •. n~ . n .. ,1~ .~r in . u ~ ii i ttlt ti Ii a ,, knows .nbth'. t S· I L~;:i.r Wiin! . It • ý t. r , ý. " . , ,,t ." n;trW in t ,. 111, t.,,\ , , in . " + ' * il:' - o i u I t.11 S ; th" 1in' t '" :a : p ' u t, i C"1 .it.s ,1 .14.1tis I th i 'I :upi , II. I.r 1, :, i.t !l tI.k u I, 1 li llperll . ! . r bb1hi :h amtui sen. i thlml' whirl I.I l t; l litr. ii to tb t, di l Iu ilit . ' if the e Ile i:" i tI ti.I" :tI+I hlf ltn I ;ilIT it | f ulIr of t.,,i ir ,,. , ln '., N\ . It dt...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 23 January 1892

ABLESERMON. 7 ,ri at the t nion 'ortie« of t iir InHlorEn o ru6re* n li. No ºº" o I'u Rappi ml'l't l«.r B 1. mlin i services of the English ,alinavian Lutheran churches i aft.rnin iRev. YIviink.er upI n "('hrist thet Htource of . SIlai .' 'I'h sli'rtuonIi he lauh-On 1i y .,illiinm nt,.a by tho.si who n it fw tl he'I'u. i : tlkets leasure I liiil i i in rull.. t .h' Yivisaker , a l f'r,- l !i. ' :' i ,1 1, 1 1.1, 1 III ?: I 1 -l:1 1 itt-1. l it'' i ,ll 1 I It i i it' tlti , Fl ,it sl uli l ttlli. l Ii :. i ll t ii .n Ir-,a i; i t' t !i il i hi , thi I nwhi,' it ll iii,' h ,1 1iint ii ,, 'h'" - ,i ,,. .i u.i 1 i t, - ' a n ll, iwi. 'l, if iiaw ,I, i P 'I tt' i'ttv II.i11 iii free ii ' 't +lii ' hi, h i .d t htt l . king.hl, h.,,' ! ,ol- n ii { 1? aI ; r l i n -f n iu s ha rt , a t' '. \ h y 1 ;(ll t I lwtlk ii, ptlal . II v I·. l le en lu Itr.ther' II lew lrl. 'J'uht ,,Il ,n -" ,II' a tit, covenant ul" frIlu 's 11itac,'. II,'t Ilalt ia n w dhlc't+' rin, or l-tt'r', thll . +hi Im ' I11...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 23 January 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. SATURDAT. JANUART IS. U8. COMMODOQR POWER. Some men achieve greatness, and some have it forced upon them. Tom Power has neither achieved it, nor has it been forced upon him, but he bas jumped into notoriety at a single bound. A few ilays aglo lie was kuntwn, where known at all, as Or oof a ,Irace of tmen who occulpy seal ill the t'ntited States senatee which rightfully behlng: to the lo. nsW. A. ('lark und Martin Maginnis. Toiay the eyes of the rI';Ieiug wen iof this greatt nation are foiicutsi upiom him. And he attrau .tel thtem all by a little sp leech he maile in lielen., the oitlher day. It w'as notl a lt .. sp, l ch.r r a brilliuant stlji ch, ni.r ani that wsm Ise proe.r.ed upon the pages of "history besi,.h lib hburning tlo its a ti rner'" ill tLh. sn·i'. ;ti-: l.tje't wa;. a dry oine- the irriga tiln lut i ttnth eclothedit with gar ients .hipI ing watli thiie exuldations iof ia tremno;ous tonli;. a:ii the drippings fell iupit, Justi,! Icld of the Unittl St...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 23 January 1892

i iPRAY O, TH_ FALLS. WEDNgADAY'N DAILY. J Patterson, whose ranch Is on i river, was in the city yesterday. Satterson says that he has not seen pi h gi od grass for cattle in years as Le thbl inter. Stock is in prime con on, and the outlook for stockmen is bright. s Annie 'arber, who has (luring last few weeks been visiting her ehor and pister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. ,1Far.ber, of the BIoston Coffee house his city, will leave for her IPennsyl Shellt' tolday. 'l'oe young lady has SItmany w.lrmn friends in Great FaIlls i. her brief stay who j,,in in wish d r her a phli."uant and speedy journey to untiv'' st lte. aic lieln returned yesterday from ac. whrI' h was cited to appear Ie I hig' Iluick to sihIw caulse why he -ll not turn olve-r. toi the prson ep ,.hI( ti tlhat court to cadlinister on ,esate: .t I. H. Vishl, all the personal c te of the decinsed. tait says ee is r two It tirsR, in that he hlR -n plpintctel ly thie court hc-re nl m ilnister on the estate' is ordered by Judge lBluk ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 23 January 1892

ANOTHER RAILROAD DISASTER A SlpeiaI Train on the Northern Pagrifle WIrecked Ne:ir Jinie Ville, Mlinnerrtn. Two Killed and SeveraI Woundecd All or the AndirewsN (Ilwra Compaieny. Tlhe) -e'&r I\Vcr En Rtome tur Grandil 141kF'oll -* ViiIiI li Tem Iti tI Il. *,.i.t'is. 1linn...t. la a. .\ h-rri bltI ilscident el.urrelld ils he Nortlhern Picitli at .1at i .ville. the first station . uit I lihre at 3::.i thiss morning. .A speiiial train eniAistinlg iof a sleeping car. I.postail aul d sAelilge ir wIas rluninlg Ia IIIh sitnil sitstln sa Noi. li. a regulir rain 'limi r Sutp.riorr. 'lII ' spr ial left soutlth Nupellrisr iat I;:.- last Ievnihng ihaying sn hoard ti., .A111rews111 t )er !'rks. T'the train Ias runninilg at tih rlisiar rate of prod I when it strukut Iriokln :-ail. Tiie I l r Ii ft ha ti rck ismi roll id liown isii miblankm 1nt unail min ti lthtlitol s-le up. Il'mnics-s hlrike oiut froi ail I parts of thi e.'str it n , diate ly hati btirnd t sil rapiilly the crew sicould do not...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 23 January 1892

- j CRUSHED OUT. It h..liuughi. it Switchtmanst. Killed ,,iiu .' Iest Side Lo1t Night. of - -h em to I apps. face lIthe . b ut , h.) a li wita'l.i na. in ithi' ,Otl I `11 .I| , wenti ti work hiatir111d Ith, l I.' fulll i h III of l 1anho d. ill .Imes It l, aI"' . i l lw'' 's- h,.. hi, dutyl ihad t .ll ' "'ill) l, II ' ilt , IaliL stiing .,ii'lý l in his nil. thatl his ]ied . i h 1. .a ll ii, 'r o '' aft 'varl.s .la 1 ] ,", ;, ditinll. I y :1 o ')(e iok thI tlt It 'in i sUi, ll uro t l iu I l i l; m iid t h a r r i efl h a s i ii w ii 1ai Ill 3, l t!i. ie ' i in life I,' ,I" ih ut ilI ci t i , . ' i ull ia i s li n hi. ;o , i ', l h " one . i ,i ti i l , ita n k Iii .' ..-'i.l - Ik. )as n t iui i"ll h l "ork :,lhe t IIe t, iof th,' . ' nthi s i br' ken.' ao'h . fui, li , transferred .it nlb.th t ' .u ; i ,il t I,. Si, that brie' f l pern .l hei llin l IIIonaI u •t ,f frienls. Alan }. of tIlh, r il*,,i otl i h li' h knel w hit in other slil s 'l. f Ill ,II. tl a in r l l r( i i ili il...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 23 January 1892

TiTI'S! vcrrT SI HIK HAt) THE (IRIP, And Wontpd All the I'tlnters in a Drug Mtnre to Cover His Whole fledy VWith. A heavy-built man wearing a gray uls ter and a slouch hat walked into a Cen tral avenue drug store one evening re sently and said: "Do you handle plasters?" "Yes. sir, we carry a fine line this sea son," answered the clerk. "I want a plaster six feet by four." "A what?" gasped the astonished pill maker. The man in the ulster took a flyer at the nearest cuspidor. leanedon the tooth brush case, and said: 'Young man, I've got the grip. I ache in every square inch of my body. My hair aches, mny teeth ache. I want a plaster as big as a bed-quilt, and when 1'm wrapped up andt tucked in 1 reckon me or the grip will get drawed out. Are you with me?' "\Ve only carry plasters in regu lar sizes," said the clerk, apprehensively. "What are they?" "Well about seven inches by ten." "Reckon you're thinkin' of postage stamps?' "No, plasters." "Court plasters perhaps," suggested the custo...

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