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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 16 November 1900

p VOL IX. THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE, i rt.. ..m i ii. n. 1. 1 ... . .... o m.oun na "That's right. It was tho (and of -u.v..i,a, nuiu UUUU". I SUppOSO MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, Vrip AY. NOVEMBER TUB MIpNlOIIT 8 LOT. "Thero are ton precincts (n tho county. Tho 107 votes polled In that ono showed n democratic loss ,of 21 and a republican gain of fheso figures wero given as tho result of tho poll, by ono of the clerks, who camo over after tho count to samplo our wet coods that keeps up,' said I, 'tho ropub iicans will carry the stato for Gov crnor. Tho loss without tho eairi would do It, or tho gain without tho loss would do It. Thero aro 2500 election precincts In Missouri and tho samo ratio, of republican gain running through all of them will como so near wiping out Stephen's plurality of 43,000 that It will tako mighty llttlo democratic losses to complete tho work. At this rntlo tho democratic majority Into St. Louis will not bo moro than 10,000, and tho samo ratio In tho precincts th...

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. — 16 November 1900

The Tribun e. TMday, November 10, J900' Webb tinker ul m-nr Danville, wm In town Saturday, It in- I lliiiflcy -prut i-verl ilnyn in 8l,.i.il1 till wrk. Mr. (I. I'. Vn)ii went hi St. limits Saturday kIIitimmii., a ' W. II. Nl. l.'onk -mii. In i, Umlt Mhdnt mi IhiIiiw" Tiplnfi.m i.r Mu. 1-T, Norton U gum i'ii'iil III. , .In. I Ml )imr lielglilmr )im w Jl lu ill" Tiuiiunr. It y no, want l Know nil , (if I lie IlitWa rrnd UiiiTiiiihi.sk. THE REASONS WHY. Three Reasons Why: FIRST J (Juitnul,(5 is. wise. .-'-.'; SECOND, AViso people read, coniparo prices und buy where u dollar buys tho most. ' i TH I RD. 0"r 1'riccs defy nil competition. r Head theno prices, Figures won't lie'. ' Ur I'urler, of .Uexlw, rulururil lo liU home Friday evening. Ii'll. Sinulntiil, iif "Mliifoln. apei Thtifulay ami Friday In our ell. .Mr KlUrt n nf Saline comity was llie g'iei of" uncle .Inn. Cuckrell Ihla Mr. nml Mr. Davidson ol Middle- liiwn Mere visiting relative In town this week, Mr, Secsn of WVIUvIIIh mine...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 16 November 1900

0 if Br. B Thanksgiving is Near, And We Want TURKEYS! And all kinds ot Poultry to fill our order for tho Holidnya. Wo will pay 7c CASH for elioico young ft TOM TURKEYS. ' 3J Having rented tho Gatowood iiiiilcliiig at the rear of the Montgomery County Hank, we are propared 'to g dress poultry, and want all' that wo can gott Bring tin your poultry and hoc if you can not do m better with tin than with other firnw hi tho county. 5 Still Selling the beat Flour in the county, "Snowdrop" and "Phoenix Patent" brands are leaders, and ES - imequulcd for quality. Try thorn. Keniember wo buy almost everything; Grain, Hay, Seeds g"" Poultry, Hides, Game, etc. Give us a trial on your poultry. ' . m , ' ALGERMISSEN & SCHAFER. Montgomery City, Mo., Nov. 10, JiKX). JJ iuuuuuuuu,u.uunuuuuuuu,uuuuuuu.uu,u,uu Jonosburg. Wilson llron. stcnm saw la lu full blssl this week, Geo. Slimier, of Truxlou, wu bur. led Wednesday. William- lloltoii loil about 2,000 boopa Wednesday night, supposed 16 htvo been ...

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. — 16 November 1900

If any of thu doubtful states litivo been overlooked by McKinley, they will plonso bold up tbelr bauds and ho counted. "William . I. , Stone .pnid, lie bndn't u shadow of u doubt Tnit that Bryan Would bo elected. Did Stone really believe tbls? Good-hy "Wr J. Bryan, you certabjly displayed a power and a brilliancy tbat ought to bavo been directed m a better cause. The Democratic party will never elect, a President in this country on a kicking platform beaded by such men as Cro- . Kcr, JJrynn and Bill Stone. The re-election of MoKinley is more than, a Uepublican (triumph. It is a vindication of the patriotism of the great mass of thu American people. The American will not give Hp wiuio the enemy shoots at the Hag. - 'Where is "Webster Davis now? Webster expected to bo front by Col. Bryan as consul general to Pretoria, but Bryan did not reach the goal by several hard kicks and so "Webster will now lecturo on "the mistakes of Bryan and mo." PLUCKY JOB FLORY. , He Still Stands For Champi...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 16 November 1900

The Tribune, Friday, - - November 10, 1000. The Eminent Kidney nnd Bladder Specialist. In Hual Lira, "Hr the w," Hnltl n,e man rvh0 bad .topped at h tnniihniia io water til liorn.-. -U, v i'r nun a poor boy Come llili nay and you look htm lu." 'Yea?" iiirtlcd tlir Inrmcr, tome what nirprlniMl, relate. I.oiiiIoii An. wer. "Yiiii were klml In Mm" went on tlieairatiier. mi fei lit in. Kurelilm worilinf nic(iiir(icinnit ami mi nl(i ull cif tlr.llni.. pin fve al,llugt In hli pocket and eut him on h wnv rejoicing. Hi- tnlil ynu nt the lime t tint bo never wmiiM Inruet jour klndnct. Am I rliiiiir "1 believe nii are,"' replied the fnr- mer. "ilo rniil thai II lio primpereil lie Would fe thnt )nli never had ircn. alOn lii rcjtrel r kliiilnraatna poor, atruygllitir Intl." "Land' aake.!" niti'lnlmcd II, o far Mer'a wife, excileilly, "ll anuuil. al mot IUh n fairy tale, ilon'i It'r" "Well'" eoiillnueil lln- airanifer, "he tolil inn to tf II inn that he I atlll poor," Anil a lie drove away Iho f...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 16 November 1900

The Tribune, Jiday, . Noembcr 10, 1000. Minneota. Mies Kalo Craur, uf Wllllainburg, and 'Martha llomatis, ut Martltisburg, flsited to town the first ol ilio week. Mm. Wro. Maiiln, and daughter Ml lloie, spent part uf ant week wllli Mr. Oeo. Cmne. Mrs, Luis Merry, of Williamsburg, waa the guest of MWa Aunt Blades Saturday unit Sunday. Kred Frank wont to youtgomery Saturday ou business. Mr. nud Mr. Cha. Wilson, of Now Florence, passed, through town SHliir. day evening on their wav lo Williams burg'to vilt tin. WtUonV parents. Tom While loft Thursday lor Cai lfornla toanetK Hie wluter. We re- (ret (o have him leave. MIseea Hose Marllu and Martha Blades made nur town a call one day last week. Iter. Sam Palmer l helping In protracted meeting at Wnrrentnn. Mrs. Sallle Windsor spent Saturday with her alsler Mr. Geo. Gregory. tlli Vlritle Leach, 01 Montgomery City, la sewing for Mr. Iluddlestoti tula week, Eugene. McCord, who la going to achool at Montgomery, visited home folks Saturday nud...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 16 November 1900

THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL IX. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, lOOO. NO. 5 Democratic etlitoiH are nearly falling oyer each other trying to ho llrntin Haying that iinporialwm wan a hogiw w Huc, and yet thcHo Kama fellows wrote long editorials for the pant three months on "the terrors of imperialism," and some of their readers pretended that they believed it all. If tho .Democratic party will paramount some real good hard horse sense in their future platform the great mass of the people will have more respect for them. To bo properly punished for tho heresies and sins of 18!)( and 18i)8, they should be kept Out of power in the nation for tho next fifty years. C0AIMIS5I0NERS NAHGD. The County Court has commissioned and appointed tho following named citizens to locate the county seat in ac cordance with tho result of the recent election : W, L. Gupton, F, W. Schneider, (Jeo. Gregory, ,1. T. .Jones and I. (Jilliland. The commissioners will meet Dec. 15 and make their se...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 16 November 1900

The Tribune. November ia 1000 JFrjday, NjnlMcrllw for The TlllliUNK County court was In e tti nrnrly nil lal week at Danville. I( I noWilinn In look out lor Thanksglvlug turkey. Mr. (iiiiicli, nf Midillelmvu, was In Motituiiiurn Monday mi business. Iti-. I'h Aliiliiull, nl illir Spring, be come a reader of the TlllliUNK thU week Mini. Ilulil, Shackelford of Clayton Mn, ni hero last MtihnUy on legal bUSlllrSS. . Capl. A. Ktmphskv, nl Wellsvlltr wa here Ihe Ion" pari of till week ou liuilnen. Garland Lewi-, ol' ,m, I,i.nl w llio guest of lit lather Col. Warner l.w- la or lids city last riumlay. Money put up on llio election tal M'ftk I being taken down 1I1U week. kik) In tomu ne ll hurl Inn. llnrrv Moure of Price llrhiirli i omen in on lliln meek' lint nl new ubscrlbrr tn iIicTiiiiiukk. Eilltor Parson, nl Ihe Hi ruril, wn lirre Monday looking nl llio new rouulv.seat ol Mmilitumerv rniiiily. W. L. Oweus, Moutgomery City's tombstone liiaK made n luisliirs lrl to Olney, Lincoln cooiiit l...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 November 1900

.VOI, . IX. THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1UOO." NO. 6 death to Loans. Mnnlull (Mo.) Htpiibllcan. Itetiiriis. bo far as reported, indicate tliut all Jf the nnienuiiieiits to mo constitution have been carried, but the third is now attracting more attention in business circles than all others. ItH operation in felt hy many to bo fraught with great dangers, and the question as to whether the amendment becomes operative upon the proclamation of the governor, announcing the result of the election, or requires legislative enactment enforcing the provisions of the Amend ment, is a matter ot controversy, in winch the best city lawyers j-ange tncir opinions upon opposite sides ol the question. Speaking of the effects already resultant from the car riage of this amendment, the Kansas City Journal says : "Xcver, in all the history of Missouri, has the state been placed in such a position as it is now. Its credit is damaged ; loan companies are leaving the s...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 November 1900

Thanksgiving is Near, ' And We Want TURKEYS! g A1 nil kinda of Poultry to fill ditr orders for the Holidays. "Ve will pay 7c CASH choice' 1 young fat TOM TURKEYS. 2 SL Having rented the Gatewood building :t the rear of the Montgomery' County Uank, we are prepared to 1 drew poultry, and want all that we can get. Uring ut your poultry and see if you can not do g better witli us than with other firms in the county. g .Still Selling tlio best Flour in Uie county, "Snowdrop1' and "Phoenix Patent" brands are leaders, and '"g aa unepialed for quality. Try theiit. Ueuieinbcr we buy almost everything; Grain, Hay, Seeds, S Poultry, Hides, Game, etc. Give us a trial on your poultry. ' " ALGERMISSEN & SC1-IAK12R. m is" Montgomery City, Mo., Xov. 1(5, 1900. TRIOLETS OF DISCRETION. Bhe drew her little hind away Anl. pouting, warned ma "not to tease. Wu It In frutls or Juit In plar, Bhe drew her llltla hand away. That rara and radiant auramer day. When wt ul aide by alda at eaaT Bhe drew her l...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 November 1900

4 JSeyH N COUNTWO all tha precious ooni For which the grateful Itut U inresd. O let us not forget that chief Among our treasures are our dead! lt us (Its thanks that the? hare llred, And on our Urea such radiance poured. That with the aunshlna of the past Our later, loneliest rears are stored. .And that removed from longer share. In these brief festlvala of earth. We feel their living- presence still. The angels of our horns and hearth. -A light surpassing sun or star, A breath more sweet than bursting flowers. The ministry of souls beloved. Gone hence, and yet forsver outs. O Father! let our dearest thanks lie for the feast Immortal said. That death haa set Ileaven'a lamps aflsme. And Thou art nearer through our dead. Francea L. Mace, In Christian Work. Thanksgiving pinner IT WAS Juliet's Idea. Most of the Ideas were Juliet's. "You ice we ore under bo xnany obligations, Ho rn e o,"J ullet called him Romeo, in her hours of rase. Ills name was John. "There's the Dorchesters and the B...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 November 1900

IE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. D. W. MAJOK. Editor. MONTQOMEHY, MISSOURL A French syndicate, with n capital of 12,000,000 roubles, will supply the capital for a Hussion railway from Avlchsln to Bnltnbo, in the Catisasus. llsJlrosd ticket! sold thlt year on ac count of ThanVsirlvlnff, Christmas and Hew Year's holidays will hare lonifer limit than haro heretofore been al lowed ou this class of transportation. Martin Ia Irons, once lender of union labor organization!, and who directed, the great Missouri 1'aciflc strike In the eighties, died, on the 18th, at Brucevllle, SO mile south o waco, Tex. "Charles A. Tyler, of New York city, the oldest letter carried In the world. died on the 16th. lie. was about eighty years old, and had been In the cm ploy of the post office department about fifty years. The tests of the new 12-Inch naval gun just made hare resulted In some Temarlnble performances, entitling the gun to rank ohrad of any of the 32-lnch puns thus far made in this country or abroad. The...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 November 1900

The Tribune. Friday, - - November 23, 1000. ' Itev. MoManttaivay, who I euii. j ducting lite protracted inrctliifr l 'be llaptlt cliucrli In I lila clu, went Inj Kaetle Saturday In nil hli rcgulnr lMiOliil :il lliero Sunday. I In re-j turiifil to Montgomery Mnniliiy toi continue service lien- during the week. Iiilaul mortality lit something flight fill. Nearly onc-ijiiarlcr die before tliuy r-Ht-1i into )ear,liuo-ihlril before' they iirii lUc, mill one half before I In-v are fifteen! Tlio Mutely use. tif While's Cncnui Vermifuge would aavn h Ina i Joilly of Ihesn piectntia lives, l'rlcnl 3fio l!iistma rimminc). 1 1-9-1 in. Waller (Iregory, wile mid children came iii Iniut St. Iiuls In. I Monday nml went out to Uatlntrny county whom lliey will vialt rclailiea a few ilny. Mr. (iregory had his gun ami tloir wllli li lit) Hint enjti)cd h limit" wlillc In 1 1 1 o country. Tnern l no ph-sauro In llfo if yvu drratl going to tin) Inlilu to enl tthd can't reel nl ulglii on orcniiul of Indi g...

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. — 23 November 1900

I The Tribune . 1 1 ii - I. m a . 1 lut,lIUU IS very lTitluy nrv. THE TRIBUNE PRINTING COMPANY. D. W. MAJOR, Editor. MONTA MUN8, Local Editor, 'Tkhms $1.00 per Ycarln Advance. Thanksgiving Issue. Hcadors o the TitmuNK receive 12 pages this week. Two extra pages of Thanks- Kivinar Features and two of Xcws. This ia no "snide' supplement but, a real part of the paper which wo ftirn ish this weed at extra cost. REPUBLICAN LEGISLATORS, Wogivn bflmv I lie republican mem bers of the Mlsauiirl legislature, boll In lb" Snale mill House. They con lluitf what la known at lhaf'bcaslh intuorlty." hk.n'atoiis, Kinii . Jesse L Jewell. Kansas City. Seyentb-O W Clark ol Kiwi City. Jffnteenth-W P Sullivan o( Christian. Tweuty-Cnb-rllucI Matthawaof St, Louis County. Twcniy-ntntti Charles A Smith of St, Xouli county. . IlEl'IlKSENTATIVflS. Adalr-A C Illldrclb. Andrew Q W I'ralsewater. Jlullcr J LDalton. Caldwell Wlllard Blair. Camden J W Palmer. Capa Olrardean O 0 Tlnlenlua. Cbrlatlan It M Pitta. Cole-...

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. — 23 November 1900

The; Tribune, Friday, - - November 23, 1000. nollflowor. Horn to Cnl Moor head, mid wife, tho lllth, a Klrl. Elders, Corwln nnd Harden, be gan tholr norlcs of nu-ctlngH nt the Christina church Wcdncsdny. AH nru Invited to nltand. Our blacksmith, it. C. Wast,' was married tho 18th, to Miss Dugnn, ol Mlddlotown, On Wednesday night his friends entertained them with a dlshpan and cowbell con cert. Miss Norn Reed, of Montgomery Is sewing for Mrs. W. ll. Welch this week. Tho rainy weather Is very llls agrccable to tho fanners that are not through gathering corn. Our school Is progressing nicely, and tho patrons seem to bo well pleased with tho teachers. dm-. Minnooln. Harrison Mid Urauo liougtit several hundred lurkejs Monday and Tiles dav, Ravu 6 Mcl cash or 7ct lu trade. Tom Mnrilii wai here Saturday on business. Kov. Cotilov tilled his regular t potutinent hcru Sunday. Farmers nro busy atttcrltt com. Miss Vlrgle U'ach returned to her home lu Montgomery City Sunday. John T. nnd lluell I...

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. — 23 November 1900

' jlMio tifllcial election rcturnH from thucity of St. Louis arc late. This is in keeping with machine's record. On election night St. Louw received election returns from nil over the east and south before nny thing could he heard from St. Louis.. The machine wants time to "JIx" the returns. The novel (juestion whether counsel, in an argument to the jury, has a right to shed tears, has been decided by the , Supremo Court of Tennessee in the ease of Ferguson vs Jloon, the court holding that if the tears are available, it is not only proper but the duty jf the counsel to shed them on the appropriate occasion. TUB CARDINAL'S "CONFIDENCE." The story of the cyclist who- found over the door of n Cheshire church tho cheerful text, "This is the tfntc of Heaven," with tho modifvinir postscript, "This door is closed in the winter months,' recalls another incongruity of a rather similar kind. Cardinal Manning went one day to his publishers font copy of a hook of his own "Confidence in God." Th...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 November 1900

i H UEUTEMAKTPETERSOK Sajs l'crunn la Tlio Finest Tonic And Inilgorntor Ho Etcr Used. Lieutenant Charlea Peterson, Hook and Udder Co. No. 21, writes the following let ter to The l'eruna SItdiclne Co., from 827 Uclmont avenue, Chicago, lll.l "Last war I had a severe attack of U grippe which left me very weak, w that 1 was unable to perform my duties. Hevcral of my friends advised me.to build up on l'eruna, and 1 found it by far the lin-.t lonlo and Invlgoralor I had ever uaed. In two weeke I waa alronit and well, and If ever I am exposed to unutual hardship incident with my duties st (Ire i, I take a dole or two of l'eruna ondlflnd that It keeps me in good health." Charles Peterson. Lieut. Chns. I'ctorson. Thm abovm Im only ana of fifty thou Band Mtarm wo havo on flla attaat tng fha ntorlla of Poruna, There are a great multitude of people ia all parte of the land who hare entirely loit their health aa a reiult of la grippe who have recorered from an attack, hut Hod themselves with we...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 November 1900

I .REAS0N:F0Rr FHANK3G1VING. VVri BIBP ThankiglvlnM N Well, l reckon tO I can ihow a flrit-cUn ret on Why IhU bout hold-aby,wlfe and me ond even our oM dotf. Ctaould thank a4 for all !Ui goodneti In a aonr of nrelse thla aeason. Though my gen'ral dlipoiltlon la to grum- bl Uk m. hoc. Wr, If ever man had ipeclal cauie to hold a celebration Of Tbankiglvln In hla heart ot hearta that vrv man li ma. Sf you'll Uten for a moment to a word of explanation X 101 aure that when my tale you're heard to thu you win agree. Though for yaara Vr ben a member of a church, vet I'm confenln That my rt;iou. wicked temper and fault nndiir spoiled my lire, St ha turned to bitter aorrow daya that ahould hare prored a bletiln And hu marked deep llnea of car upon tne brow or my dear wire he ha hoped and prayed and watted, while aha patiently expected That io roe day her prayer of faith would bring an aniwer from above; Jind at lait. In Qod'a own time and way, the change baa been effected. Vat my heart lost ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 November 1900

THE VOL, IX. Prom the "Old Politician" On tho World's Fnlr Appropriation. "But what will Doekcry do with the veto? That's n big question. Who will hitmllo tho 81,000,000 Missouri Is now nuthorizod to ap propriate for a stnto exhibit at the World's Fnlr? Will It bo n com mission, or an individual, or will It bo n commltteo of tho Legisla ture Itsolf. What will bo tho form of tho law under which tho stato will undertake tho expenditure on thlR vast sum of money, and In what manner will this extra constl- tutlonnl privilege bo manipulated and abused to cover up tho short age and misapplication of revenuo In other directions? It can bo said In udvnnco that tlioro will bo no appropriation of 81,000,000, or any ura near It, until tho relatives of tho members of tho Legislature arc provided with Jobs In tho ex pendlturo of tho money. If you keep n tab on that 81,000,000 you will Mini that it haH nearly all gone In Nalarles and traveling expenses. Pcoplo with a pull, and n mind to uso It, w...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 November 1900

( H . I -www - w w w sv wwwwn 1 T1 Tr tv. T" i-iiriMKY,-- 6 WIimH - . . ... j 1 1 1 i . . lis - (.'itllmamSinlih Jr. Iiastheen qulu sick I I.I. week. 8m felmrjT Mni u, ;ii t,mils mrju. slur. Thursday.' , " u J&lrVtoplW waajif Miiiilotiic'rv. imirstini. , . fj'UllMIii5tTr"tylil!l(' spent Sunday wllll lilei,,l,?) ttct-. ' " Isase lira f ,lrnr Wellsvlllii sp.nl Sunday whti himieroIkH . Stephen (intiMiii l Columbia cMiifr diiwn 'Mi.i)iU to li. lather' luneral J)r..J.'L. June of Ji'iie.liutx )kh oi;nir.Jr-f I a 'lew hum Mnmta), -Fresh frull hltnoM ilally. , Candles, cigar, bread, cakes, co.ik- lelc. at Ed N'hltaon', v IIiKitj. ,11. A. Uaket Mini family Htl-u1el III funeral nf Mr Galium hern Tiles . Curt olew.iri ami vl(o weie here -Tni-aday attending Mr. Oaii ' In. " lieinlf ' Mr. Mill. hi Ollver spent siin.U) wlih her parent Mr. and Mr. bou. Sailor. I our Store Will be Clpscd Thanksgiving Day from1 io a. iru till j p. m., Thanksgiving Bargains at the' : St.. Louis. Store. Read a" Fe...

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