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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 28 April 1911
«p The W. c. WHITEHEAD, Publisher Published hi the interest ot Montgomery and Montgomery County One Dollar A Year Vol. MONTGOMERY, MONTGOMERY COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, AI'RIL 28, 1911. NO. <23 Hotioe! Never have goods been sold as cheap in Montgomery as they are being sold Oy me. I have just received several hnndred dollars' worth ot goods bought 50 ccu^s on the dollar, and which will be sold accordingly. I-can sell you men's shirt;, pants, etc., at prices never before heard of. II you Want an up-to-date and nobby ^f^>suit of clothes or a nice pair of shoes, or a beautiful kudos' hat, all latest styles, this is the place to come. follow the crowd to the store that handles everything the farmer wants and Sell* for Less Who Sells For Less i m Montgomery, Texas. \ X 4 Personal and Otherwise, F. M.'Ruben wan in DoobinjTues- day. Bud McGaughey'was in tbo city Tuesday. . Emrnott Woodward Spent Sunday in Nalvaaota. Mr. Osboru of Ilonoa was in the City Monday. Jo.o Love.of Keen an was in...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 28 April 1911
y THE MONTGOMERY CHRONICLE W. O. WHITEHKAD. Publisher. MONTGOMERY, ': TEXAS NEWS AS IT HAPPENS NATIONAL, 8TATE, FOREIGN, OF INTEREST TO READERS. THE WHOLE WEEK'S DOINGS Short Mention of Interesting Happen- ings From Day to Day Through- out the World. WASHINGTON. The revenue tariff democrats of the Benate won their first victory when the democratic steering committee se- lected three tariff reform democrats to fill the three vacancies on the sen- ate finance committee. They selected John Sharp Williams, Mr. Kern of In- diana and Ur. Johnson of Maine ae members of the finance committee. The democrats of the senate may be called upon to arbitrate the differ- ences between the republican regu- lars and progressives over the ques- tion of committee assignments. This unprecedented situation was freely predicted Saturday following the ad journment of a meeting of the repub- lican committee on committees, at which demands of the progressives for right to dictate one-fourth of the republican...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 28 April 1911
■4 D0HO1TIIHCB XUMPDHffi v ii^Av kS««W9W "OW Tf/JT Jl/T£/VM?-&C/M'£-J3 Mf/M A fir Sf/AC C/.yT/1/fSO O/" L//YO£j?CROJVm EVEN years ago the Im- portant discovery was made that sleeping sick- ness was caused by an animal parasite, trypa- nosonia gamblense, which is transmitted by the bite of a variety of tsetse fly, glosslna pal- palis. The Investiga- tion which led to this discovery was the joint work of Castellan! and Sir David Bruce and was undertaken on ac- count of the terrible outbreak of this disease which had occurred in Uganda, particularly on the northern shores of Victoria Nyanza. Indeed, the mortality was so great that it became Imperative to under take immediate action In order to pre- vent the datives from being complete- wipej^out. At Entebbe a labora cry was erected, and'here extensive experiments were carried out which proved the guilt of the glossina pal palis up to the hilt. The earlier work seemed to lndi cate that the fly merely acts as a di rect transmitter of...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 28 April 1911
THE MONTGOMERY CHRONICLE W. 0 WHITKHKAD, Publisher. MONTGOMERYT" : : TEXAS Eggs are flirting with the common people again. There should be an anti-smoke or- dlnance for boys in knee pants. Many a man who laughs at the hob- ble skirt wears cuffs on his trousers. An Arkansas man ate a bowl of yeast on a wager. That's a swell stunt, eh? "Clothes oft proclaim the man." But not in the case of the new trousers skirt ft Is proposed to stop the flow of Cold and girls to Europe by putting an expert tax on heiresses. Former King Manuel Is learning to . play golf. He Is likely to find it fully aa difficult as running Portugal. ^-'"At thiir reason .of.ttus. year it Is gen- erally easy to get most -people In- terested in good roads movements. A frog farm Is to be started at Man- hattan, Nev. We should think Bull- frog would be a better place for it. We are told that platinum has reached the high water mark of 143 an ounce. Almost as costly as coal. The harem skirt has appeared av. the seashore, ...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 28 April 1911
rarom,!DTraffn,AH op m C/?OS5 SSCT/O/Y Of/VFW YOJ?WJ A A r£3 T T£V??4/MAt- N MI D-.n'T^-W,y.c\ -.T *hey are work- ing out a many sided problem In destructive and constructive en- f ■ slneerlng as gigantic In these days of big achievements as was the laying of the blocks of the Pyramids" on the sands of Egypt. Proud monuments o* tiro older New York, which for yirars were pointed out as shew places, are being blotted out that greater wonders In architec- ture may rise from new made beds deep dug In the city's rocky back. In time they count three years or more too little to carry the work through; In money It will he millions—$300,000,- 000 for one local Improvement! This change Is being wrought be- tween Forty-second and Fiftieth streets and Lexington and Madison avenue. It Is a railroad terminal prob- lem primarily, but nowadays a rail- road station is not simply a place where one buys tickets and takes the cars—It Is a center, a heart of munici- pal pulsations and within Its zone th...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 28 April 1911
. j I Household Remedy Taken in th<> Spring for Years. Ralph Rust, Willis, Mich., writes: "Hood's Swrsaparili* has been a house- hold remedy in our home as loni? as I can remember, i have taken it in the spring for several years. It has no equal for cleansing the blood and ex- pelling the humors that accumulate dur- ing? the winter. Being a farmer and eit- ported to bad weather, my system is often affected, and I often take liood's fiarsa- pimllu with good results." IJood's Sarsaparilla is Peculiar to Itself. There is no "just as good." Oet it todav in usual liquid form or chocolated tablets called SarB&tabB. CdoK outdid the scholar Maybi Sign Was Not All Good Latin, But She Translated It Without Difficulty. Jack returned home trom college, where he had won high honors as a student of ancient languages, but he pleaded Ignorance, one day when his young ulster .asked hlin to translate a sign she had seen of an optician's which read tbuB: "Con sultu sabo utyo urey es.'' Jack ...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 28 April 1911
AN ARMISTICE OF FIVE DAYS WAS SIGNED BY GENERALS MA- DERO AND NAVARRO. Cessation of Hostilities Now On in Mexico Pending Negotiations for Peace. \ \ t /' El Paso, Tex.—aii armistice of five days began at noon Sunday and af- fecting the district between Juarez and west of the latter city was made effective Sunday in an exchange of identical letters signed by General Francisco I. Madero for the rebels and General Juan Navarro for the government. The truce provides that there shall be no movement of troops of either Bide during the next five days and that provisions and medicines may be brought to oither camp from the American side without payment of duty. Ojinaga, where a small federal force is besieged, is not covered in the armistice, the insurrecto activi- ties in that district being largely in- dependent. However, the moral ef- _^Jgct of the cessation of hostilities in ^wlihuahufl l&ij^gardcd as certain to make settlements in other parts of . the country simple, Actual peace n...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 28 April 1911
1 Till: MONTGOMERY CHRONICLE zm —& [: fc ;!■- ~n .. . .mt ' W. C. WHITEHEAD, Proprietor. T. L. TUCKER, Editor and Manager. All reading ninttor advo'Hsentents will btf published In the On konici.k at 10conts per line. Rates on display advertisements will be made known 011 application. We guarnntee a general circulation throughout Montgomery Oouuty, Entered as second-class mail matter November 10,1906, at the post office at Montgomery, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION: ONR DOLLAR. A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. You have, at some time in your Jilo, ran up against tlio man who Incw more about your business or ■was belter qualified to fill your posi- tion thau yourself. It didn't make any difference whether ho had over It is, of oourso, unnecessary to call your attention to the rain.-Every body knows that wo have enough of it. But it does seom . necessary to call your attention as a citizen to the condition of the street drainage. Willi a litlle care and work we c...