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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 20 September 1901

THE XRIBU IsTE. I'nlilMieil 11 TUB TIUI1V.NK 1'IIIMTINtl CO. A. II. HKAIl.r, M.nntint Keillor. JtONTtJOMntY, t i MISS0UI1I. KATE'S ANSWER. I was only an unlearned farmtr bar. Jlut 1 dreamed a dream of wonderrul Jor: Of ft day when I ihould be rich and areat, AcA ak (or the heart of lovely Kale. Ah. the ttmi was the frairrant time of alar. And v,e leaned on the garden Rate that day. Bald It "Tell me. when 1 am rich and great. And aek for your heartah. what of my fatr Said thel "1 cannot tell you that," And loied with the tow on her garden hat. Aly full heart Rank ai heavy aa lead 1 turned to go, and wlihid 1 waa dead. 8he renchtd her Unit hand out from the gate. And 1 turned to hear the reft of my fate; Hhe bent her head with n thy, aweet grace, The roee'a bluah covtrcd all her face. She lifted her beautiful face quite near Jty heart Hood aim with Ita hope and tta fear. 'I love you now," raid my Kate: 'I may bo dead when nu nre great." JuiUtli U C. Harnett. In National Maga-tine. AOU...

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. — 20 September 1901

THE TRIBUNE. Friday, - September ig, i9oi, One Copy Uao Year In Advance $. no. One Copy 6 Mouths In Advance 6oc. Lumen S.tclnl to-night. Little F.dwlnu Owlugs has the scarlet fever. V. L. Uuptou Weill to Jones burg Monday mi business. Holt Wilson a ml Duo Abe went to St. Louis Inst Monday. A. ; Logan visited hit mother near Walnut (Jrovolhls week. Dr. J. A. Ilcllnmy, o( Mlddlctoivn wiim uii our streets last Monday. MIsMOrnNuniielly visited friends In Wclbivlllu tint Ilml of tliu week George Clark wns n St. Louis vlNltor VrltnHliiy unil Thursday. Forrest llrltt wiih In Joncnbiirg Mnnclny find Tuesday on business. Win. Mnxcy wan transacting business In Joncshurg Wednesday. Miss Ilulda and Olgn Uorvey, of New Florence, weru nhujiptiiK ( thli city Tuesday. Tint Indies of tlui Methodist I'lnircli will give a lemon nodal to night. (Friday.) Itolit. Oliver mill wife of Charleston, Mo., visited relatives In this city IIiIk week. Mls Ifi'lmi Pennington, of Truxton In the guest of friends In ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 September 1901

VOL. IX. THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, lOOl. NO. oO COMRADE WILLIAM MIME!. Notes tor the Parmer. At n regular meeting of Fred , Very damp corn cribbed li. Oc Hoether Post Number 420, 0. A. II. ' toer wilt shrink thirty per rent Montgomery City, Missouri, Sep- bylho middle of February, whllo tcmbcr 21, 0. T. Muns, W. S. lry ctrn cribbed nt the Mine time Coshorn and L. A. Tompaon, were will shrink only about eluven per appointed n committee, to prepare ccnt 'ho "no tlnio. When llrKt n statement relating to the ns- hunked fully twnnty-flvo per tent sasslnatlon of President William the weight lien In the eob, McKlnlcy, and reported the follow- which In reduced to abont twenty Stock Notes. Covington and Palmer two car load of enttle night nud one car load wa unanimously P" cent by Spring, hhrlnkngo ucgaii this year In the tlclil during McKlnley, July and August and did not wait until the corn wax put In the crib. Problems of shrinkage will bo In...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 September 1901

lil It ft' lit 1 The Final Public Tribute to the Re main! of William McKlnley at Canton. A GRANDLY IUP0SIM6 DEMONSTRATION. Tk Mrvle la Ik llsavlly IJrap Cktsrck llaial, Bat Ml larslr, Cat fcr Clr m,m .1 Varl.as Dsa.aslaalloas la ik ciir. Cnton, O., Bepl. 18. With majestlo solemnity, surrounded by hl country men and his townspeople, In the pres ence of the president of tho united Statu, the cabinet, Justices ot the United Statei supreme court, senators and rrnresenullves In congress, the heads of the military and naval eslab- 1 shraents. the governors of state! nnu a great concourse of people who had known and loved him, all that U mor tal of the third president to fall by nn assassin's bullet, was committed to the grave. It was a iiectacle of mournful crrsndeur, Cantou ceased to be a town, and swelled to the proportion! of a great city. From every city and hamlet In Ohio, from the remote corners ot the outh, and from the east and weat, the human tide flowed Into the town until 100,0...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 September 1901

THE TRIBUNE. 1'nblLhsd 11 TBS TMIICNK fMIHTINU CO. At II. KKAULK. Mnln Editor. JIONTQOilEllY. i i 1HSS0UM. VIRTUE'S REWARDS. 'The baby lhat'a (ood Ilea all lit)' long, To) Inn war with hll ton, And no one linden to croon blm a eon Or letien Ma little woeej 'The baby that'a (ood neglected tin Where th tun thlnee Into hit blinking eyea And the Dlra trot orrr hla nose. The baby that aqualla alt day, all ntaht, ta "mother aweet, precloue pet;" .She fondlee and rocke him lth all htr might. And leavee everithlna; else unset! 'The baby that only knona how to enuill la dandled and pampered and alwaya gets all The care that there la to ml. The man who quietly tall axny, With never a plaint nor a ata;h, Just doing hla beet day after day. With hopea of lbs llyand-Ily, Who merely accepta what the world ac corda, Ilecelvea but few of the awret rewards Kor which the aucceaaful try. 'The man who demanda the beat thera la. Who asks at the pooreat may Thouah othera hat ttronrrl' clalma than hla. Tak...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 September 1901

A1 - il-t U IM lis. I WILLIAM McKINI.P.V. 1! Uuslnocs Is nlcklntr un II V T. .1. AKIVS 2 I John Smith traded a bull dojr to Ht.tbllHhorl Every irltlr.iy HV THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO. A. H. K hadi.k, Managing Editor, s s, ; Ab (,'averly for a mulo of courgo not a Kiu-cciKod animal, but still o mulo Don't forgot to conic in and pay up your niilt.iiittion. .Fudging from tliu tiinu lit; is taking to prtipnri! Iiis u.Iiiliiln tliu State Auditor iiitmt lu also writing a nuparatu resolution of re spect for each item. "William McKinlov is dead! mill u I t nation Wt'OliM lit li!a imivn. ir,. ,is,t :., , the zenith of his glory and the noonday Jwli Alward left on Friday for I. of his Tame. At the time of his death I iDlxon '" to attend college. Ho ll he was the central hVn.e of emlnin. 1 : 8 ?ood. b" nnd 11 .V8 2 . ... , , r . nam 10 ciupiiKnto a jrood lllte i Among the heads of the great nations of 2 (friend ho leave behind. J, the world he was the dominant spirit. 1 Tho railroad quoUon U bcln...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 September 1901

ii,ii)HWtV' h; t "Vvff- Neighborhood News, As Told by Our Assistant Editors. HazolDell Vulto n lnrgo frost on Inst Wed nesday night. Mr. J. Q. Dllllon and family -wcro In Montgomery City last Saturday. Mr. Will DavU Is suffering '" n very severe soro throat. A protracted meeting In being hold at Hopowcll church by Uro. Mitchell. Willie Mini pin nttended preach ing nt Hopewell last Friday night. Jack DavU and wlfo will leavo In about two weeks, for Gascon ade County for a short visit to relative. Hazel Dolt. (Ijiit wecli limit.) Miss Emma Logan and sister wcro shopping In Wcllsvlllo last Wednesday. Emmctt l'ow left last Monday for Columbia whero ho goes to at tend school the coming winter. Miss Mnu Wcldon opens nchool at Persimmon Grovo to-day (Monday.) Miss Mao Is an enter prising young lady and will bo successful. Hazel Dell school Is progressing nicely under J. It. Martin's super vision, with near -10 scholars en rolled. Fred Kraft and Miss Lllllo Drown attended Sunday School nt T...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 September 1901

Theo. Roosevelt, 26th American President J Hit Lift Mat attn Full of (nap ana Exclttmtnt AUTHOR AS WELL AS STATESMAN Mr. Roosevelt hit been known to the publlo prlnclpalljr at a writer and a rough rider. It wu therefore singu larly appropriate In at Icaat one re aped that It wat In the muttjr atmot phere of old bookt that he took the oath to "faithfully execute the office of pretldent of the United Statet,"and to the beat of hit ability to "preserve, W7' EKCIlKTAttr OP HTAT12 JOHN HAT. protrct ami defend the constitution of the United Slatet." On Saturday aft. rrnoon, Keptrinber H, 1MI, In the library nf the home of hit friend, Ant ley Wilcox, and In the city of lluffalu, N. V., the almpto ceremony wat per- office In New Vork, and Invariably re futed money compensation for hit services. Of Hellcat Health Wh a Lad. Itootcvelt wat a pale and delicate boy, the very oppotlte In health of what he hit tlnce become, I'lentyof outdoor air and phy ileal exercise aoon began to (fire him a Roo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 September 1901

MISSOURI STATE N2WS. Recent Pa-ath. Daniel K. ilnrtyn, chief nlRht op erator for llio Western Union Tele graph Co., nt Kansas City, at his horn In that city J ,il rkhlosstcln, well known In br Aery circle, in St. Loul, illed at Colorado Springs, Col. John Vlynn, a well-known cltltcn of I'otosl, aged 78. William Stanley, the oldest natlre born citizen of Carroll county, near Carrollton, aged 70. William F. Kerdotff, Sr., aged , Vromlnent at Icxlngton. Kseltessrat at Iprlaca.ld. Kred 1'. Young, proprietor of trunk factory at Springfield, win roughly handled by a crowd of men because ho expressed himself a glad the president waa shot. A croud col lected, but Young was released lw fore he waa seriously Injured. Mr. Tlcknor, who had praised Kninm (loldmnn as n noble and patriotic woman, was advised to Irate town, which he did. Leon Csolgosi was hung In rfllgy on one corner of the bell tower on the public sitiarc. Af ter hanging n short time the efllgy was burned. Ktrlbr Asiilinlfans Red....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 September 1901

THE TRIBUNE. I IT, I 4 was Mere .Montiny. Friday, - September 37, i9oi.l KWott Hughes of St. Louis spent j . j Sunday with homo folks. One Copy One Ycsr In Advance $1.00. j oborsmlth, of Itolluower, I One Copy 6 Month In Advance tac. j , , Mom,ny .1. W. Adams (if Prohibition' : T. M. Io1hihuii'm onto to-morrow. Kxcurslou to Itiindolph Springs Sunday. Palo Young, of New Florence, was In thl city Tuesday. .1. W. Vnld made 11 IiuhIiichh trip to .lone shurg Tuesday. James 1. Hodgors of wnn In IIiIh clly Tuesday. was on our sticelH Montlny. Ilally Ilnll, of llciMower. de livered hogn In this city Monday, O. W. Welch linn our thanks for nihil on subscription this week. 1 A. Luther llordcnux visited homo' J folk nt New l-'loronoo Sunday. ' Miss Helen Pennington returned ! to her home nt Truxton Motidiiy. . . IX I.. C. Gnvo spent 11 few days In' I St. Louis Inst week buying fallj Oiimniii 1 goods. Chiirlt'H llrown left Moiulny fori J Harper, Kansas, tollt friends nij He HAVE YOU BEEN AT ALG...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 4 October 1901

THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. IX. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, OCTOllliK, A, UOl. NO. ".I Announcement! (Especially m m Entire Subscrption List of The Rhineland Sunbeam Turned Over to The TRIBUNE. 'I'lii! Tititii Nt: I'tti.vn.vii Co.. this week purchased the entire, subscription list il' The Ithinelnnil Sunbeam. 'A. M. .Jenkins has discontinued publication of The Sunbeam ami will move his plant to Kentucky. Tin; Tkimnt, I'lMNTiNi: Co., having la.-t spring purchased the subscription list of The Lincoln Comity Mepublienu, The Tiiiiiim: now lias a larger circulation in the county than any other paper. The readers or The Sunhcatn will receive The Titinrxi: instead, and all mib seriptions are now payable to this paper. Those whose subscriptions to The Sunhcnm were paid ill advance, will he given credit on their .subscription to The Tttiui'N.:. We expect to put forth every of fori in our power to make The Titiui'NK well worth the subscrption price to our new renders. You want to buy ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 4 October 1901

I Dill HI. Columbia Wins the First Race From Shamrock After a Soul Stirring Contest COLUMBIA BESTED ON OUTWARD RUN. lu, alllal Horn lie let th Wind Sha Maa eiad la (let nilihl Lil na Sham reek mid to Kp II, Crossing lh ria. UuLla 19 Msondi Almad-AUa Had 4S Baaot-tls T Ima Allowanaa. New York, Sept. 28. In one at the closest nnil incut aoul-atlrrlng rncee ever Balled for tlin old America's cup (ho whllo flyer Columbia to-ilny bent llio Ilrltlsli challenger over a wind' ward ami Irownrd course of 30 nn n tlcnl inllcn by the narrow margin it til seconds, Ai Upton's latest luplrnnt for cup lionnrii mint allow tlio de fender 43 seconds on account of the extra 810 square (ret of ennvn In Iter Till: AMIiHICA'rt CU1 I nil arm, t lir ofllclal record, umlri tlin rulra, 1 r k her tho victory by 1 minute S3 seconds. Aa n spectacle tlio contest wna su- pcrli. l'rom the time the two aky scraping racera crossed the starting linn until they fled ncroaa the finish line four nnd n hnlf houra Inter, t...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 4 October 1901

-j&E TRIBUNE. TDK TRIIIUNK 1'IIINTINO CO. A. 11. KKAIM.K, Msnsgliia Editor. -MQNT001IKEV. t i 1I13S0UHI. til! y 1 ft SINGING OF GOOD TIMES. Let Uf alnff about the good tlmei In the valltyi on the hllli, Tht rauilc ot the mocking birds the Joy of ell the rllli; Lit ui fee In tl the winter, where the now ilea chill and deep, "The toll that yearne to btouora where the flowers ure safe In lleep, Lrfj ui alr.ic about the iool tiro mi thty are bright on plain and slope. And all the world If rlnglrg with the ill very bell of J topes The blu skies bend above ui the grata U green and tweet, And the violets spread a carpet for the falling of love's ftct. Let us ilnjc about the Rood times: they are coming right along. And nil the world la sweeter for their hal Itlujah song: And ho for !ove And living for no hletslng Io ve denies. And lire's tt sweet thanksgiving to the glad and answering skleat -V, L. titantun. In Atlantu Constitution. TlIUtTYYEAltSAFTER Janus Mitchell came out ot the hote...

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

THETRIBDNE Publ ImIiuiI I2vor,v I'rUlciy li V TUB TRIBUNE PRINTING CO. A. II. KiiAHi.i:, rmisiitic rMitor. Heineiubcr llmt IJI02 is going to lie n Hepuhlieun year. The question nt to what, condition tin boohs :il Jefferson City nil! in is now In coming interesting. Talk the TiiiniiNi: to your neighbors, mill try to induce Hil'Iii to subieribe. My so lining you 'will not only be helping us, lint ivill :ilo Ik; helping lln party. Tin- Political l.'ovii'w is n must valuable addition to tlu Uepuhlicau literature tT I lit Stiitis It is pursuing the light course in steeling clear of factions. It is . under dit' management of lending Republican', of Ihi' Stale who have the interest or the whole p.irtv nl heart. It is destined III beof llllll'll HlTVMM' to lint party, nnil uill hi! generously nml loynlly ported. Till f'UUTICAI. Riivinw. sec what the Tribune really siiid, or it would not have made such u ridiculous assertion. Wusaid that. 'wu did not believe the enormity of ( 'zolgosz'M crin...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 4 October 1901

Neighborhood News, As Told by Our Assistant Editors. Mmooln 1.. 1". lllnilcs nnd sister, Miss Kale spent Sunday nt Clark White. .flldl'H. Abb Harrison' vistlcd home foil.- Saturday nltjht. Mr. Lyman Hood nnd Miss Lena Bi-rty of Williamsburg intend, d church here Sunday night. Mr. Aided l'ux mid Msler, Mies Lucy, ul It. ntlsvlllc, spent Sunday villi ilif Misses Daker. Miss ICitlt Cowherd pjiiMit la-t wwk wlili her sinter, Mrs..!. CI. Crane. Mi- h Lena Coon Is sewing (or Mr-. .1. Jl. Smith tills wouk. r. Tucker MeCluro ilnlted home fu.H I ritiny until Sunday. Men (J ...! noil went to Mr. Kj hi n ri "' Sunday, where she Wit Upl'ln. llic winter. .'1,1b.- ' family spent Sunday at N- w Kior 'iicu. Mliw Mniy Dntton loft Tuosday for Okmii .in i whruh will spend til i l ii. t vul her sister. Mli Ola Allen spent lust week In Ji nn 'iinery, flic returned homo 8ui..ln,v, (.'llle Wwiii mill family spent lni Sim.iu.i .it Ju-oph Crane's. Mi Amu blades mill Mrf. Oco. Cr.iiit' .mil iw llttla daup;li...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 4 October 1901

Company C. Ninth Infintry, Almott AnnlhlUited by Filipinos " Jin Statu. .. , COMPANY ATTACKED AT BREAKFAST. Of lavelf-TW. Italy Tw.at-roor re eet)4, Kloyaa of Tnee. Belac Wound edAll Ik. Compeer Slaves. Amman! lira an4 Stlflse, Ksssal Twsalt-SIs stints Were Lot Manila, Bcpt-M. A disastrous fight between lnltcd HUtcs troops nml In surgents occurred Ka turd ay, In the Island of Hamar, nmir Ualanglgn. A largo liody of Insurgent nl tucked Company "C," Ninth Infantry, only 2 mcmbcra of the company escaping All llio others am reported to hiive been killed. Tho company wcro nl brcnkfnst whciinttnckril.aml tnndo n determliK.il rclttnucc,but tho overwhelming num. hem of the Insurgents compelled them to rctrrnt. Of tho survivors, who have nrrluil at Harry. II nro wounilrtl. According to thn latent return tho strength of tho compuny m 72. The tiirtltnni iiicludn Copt, lliomas . Council, Plrst l.lcut. IMwnril A. Hum pus. and Dr. II. H. (Irlswuhl, surgeon. Coijt. 'JMivlii V. Ilookmlllcr, of tho ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 4 October 1901

NO: FENCE COR- NER FARMING 1 1 i Th Very Onod Reason for th ionfJ?,r"'B"' furrows and Orsal delete f hat Art a ratur ot Western Canada Farm. X CUItlOSITY and a lore of travel combined caused at to take an extentlvt trip through the ag. rlcultural lections of Western Canada during the past lumnir, and while there I wai given the btitof opportu oltlci of studying and judging for my atlf of the condition that exist In that extensive section of our continent. After I had traveled oifr a few mil lion acrea of Western Canada, and watched and atudled what at firat accmed to me an extravagant waste of land on the part of the farmers, 1 be came better acquainted with condi' tlona and the very good reaaona for thla accmlng waatage. I had been uied to the arming oper atlona of the more thickly populated Ktatcs, where to make farming pa.rlt wai necessary to cultivate practically every foot of ground) where Itwaa the rule rather than the exception to go tri the length of blading out, If nrcea aa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 4 October 1901

1 rIE TRIBUNb. Friday, October .), i ( I . 4o Copy One Vtrti III AdvniKi; S i.ihi. One Cnpy 0 Mimihs hi Advance - lt?nd Govu'h Ad. " G. 0. Hrltl'a sale next Tuesday. W. Sliudvtiijt'H i Mttu lo-nnr-rnw. (Saturday) I will put on iiimv wagon , nml buggy tires. "0. E. .Ioiinkon. Kinll Algennl-scn spent lu-l Huliirdny nml Sunday In St. l.onN. r. mid Mrs. K. H. l'ullcr r-i In t Knlurdny mid Siindny In St Louis. .Inc. Mcf'lcnry, dr., iiiii. 1 1 ( from the rhi r Wi ft lit -liny lo vlll home folks rc tuinii k Thuroduy. Till" most ii1.Impii cntrs of llrniH'ltllln sii"iinih to llidlmd' . Ilorchnuiid S.vrin.. Price U.'i mid 6UIh. Cnmi ' t'li rninry, Mlm Kflle Mo. r) end of Itcllilower and MIh i rn Moorhcml of lhl clly spent lio-l "miirdiiy nml Sun day In St. I.oiiIh. ('. H. .Inbn p. horse shoeing and nil tdml of J'.b work. Miss .Stella li dpi rn who Is nl tcndlng ('. W. nl Wnrrontnn pent Inst Snltirdny mid Siindny villi liotni folio, Ui'iiMi'Clo.iry who lmn position with lliu Si. St. I,. Si 0. ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 11 October 1901

THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL, IX. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, CTOB15R. 11, lUOl. NO. 52 W, C. T. U. i Tcncltcrs Meeting, ThnW.C.T. U. mctmlth Mm. Program for the Public Teachers' Fnuleoncr lust Monday p. m. mid , meeting to be bold nt the new held on Interesting session. Tho school building on Saturday Oct. hour was crowed with business, loth nt 1 o'clock p. m. Montgomery Mrs. Norman Porter, mother of rjuy jj,,, tho Mrs. John Ovcrstrect of this Parents, teachers and school city, nnil n member of tho oner- officers nro rcnucHtcd to attend. ictlc union nt Sllcx Lincoln Co. ti... iii..i..n.nitn unrvi.,.. ; n,! wns present nnd gave n very In- g, .mm. McCnnne, A lesson In tcrcstlng bilk on tho work of her tho Fourth Header Miss Duncan, community. jltevlow of Mo., School Journnl, After tho business of tho ses- Mr,,. Jordiin. "Orgunlo F.ducatlon" (.Ion wnti over chocolnto nnd cnko . discussion led by Mr. Mnjor, wan served nnd tho social hour Hflatlon of Patrons to tho school was. no ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 11 October 1901

FLUTIER IN HIGH SOCIETY. The British Nobility All Agog Over the Regulations For the Coronation. JUST ISSUED BY THE EARL MARSHAL. THE STONE "RESCUE" POND. Their Lordship nnit Ladrabll Con .V.t llrraa Thcr Will, Hat nx Ther Mnsl, nml !to r'nbt Jewel Will lis Admitted tho llcal Function, London, Oct. & There U a flutter In high oclcty owing to the fnct Dint 1 lie carl marshal linn Issued tlia rule nil regulations governing what I to b worn at the coronation at King IMwnrd nccxt year. The whole docu inrnt breathes of the mlilille age, when distinction In dress were con sldered tn essential, und tho iiutil 11 1- ni of the phraseology In which the , attendance of the nobility of the Unites! Kingdom In required "at the solemnity of the roynl coronation of their niont sncrrd majestic" and de scribing Hid regulation la regard to drrssr and head drcucj, U distinct ly mcdlcvnl. tlradntlana In Trlmtnlnita, There In n curlou graduation In tlio fur trimming f the rolic which tmphnile tho fine...

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