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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 11 October 1901

THE TRIBUNE. t-ubllahtd 117 TOE TMIIUNE 1'IIINTIKO CO. A. II. KKAII.il, M.a.tlni Editor. MONTQOUEUY, 1 MISSOURI CARM LULLABY. "Then through tho dusk th Art fly ton? My llitl boy. my llitlo boy. What la th ion mybibyknowi? My lltllt. tittle boy. II li the tons; hi mothtrtlntft Whn wootf-blrdi fold their liny wlnn. And ulcht htr gtntlt welcome brlngi ; My Utile, little boy. 80 much hath charmed thy (eel away, My little boy, my little boy, ln1oor and out. the livelong day. My little, little boy. Hut vhiie the nlir.t brooda on the (arm. And ntd la tvtry Gaslight charm. Jloiv calmly rem. on mothtr'a arm. ,- imir, nine ooy. No found nor dun on vale or hill, My little boy, my little boy, And oil the Kocka ore hound and tllll. My little, little boy. J wonder htre thy dreama take fllirht, Jrtm on, niydear, till mornlnllht, Thy mother watchei Ihce-nood-nliht, .My little, little bar. - -Kr ink VValcolt Ilutt, In Good Itout.kttp- AN EDUCATED EOOL, "llrownt a fool. Ho might have Hon first money ...

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. — 11 October 1901

THE TRIBUNE Publlnliorl Every Krlduy HV THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO. A. H. IChadu:, Miiiinging Editor. A largo Jiepublieiin Club, known iih tin: Koosevell KeHibliean League, Iiiih liucii or ganized in St. Tenuis. In l!)02 Mfiitgonie.iy City Mill hold an innneiiKe St rout Fnir tlmt will 'fitly eoinniein ornti! the big crop our I'urinerH are going to raise next year. Vein may take the tier of States stretch ing neross the continent from Kast to West on a parallel! 'with Missouri, IIIHftIIIMI tl . ... . . - . miaauuKi in unci you will litid that Mh EXCEPTION, Miuri is the only state in the list that is solidly Peino- eiiitie. We do not. Iielieve that grand old Missouri will long remain an exception. We have on our siihscriplion list many of the very hest citizens in the county who are deliii(iiiiit. We feel that il cniicerniiig should only he necessary to SuburlptUms. t.j, attention to this fact to induce such siiliscrihers (o promptly send us the amount due, which is always shown on (he m...

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. — 11 October 1901

Neighborhood News, As Told by Our Assistant Editors. Truxton. Mrs. Chap. Koclltng nnd daughter returned homo from Kansas whero they hnvu bean spending tho last month. E. S. Mentz sold his lunch room to J. V. Withousotho first of tho -week. II. Pcttlg wan transacting busi ness In Joncsburg Snturday. .1. W. WUhausa has moved to this plnca whero ho will conduct a lunch business. Tho protrnetcd meeting closed nt this plaeu Sunday with (10 con verts. Tho sale ntJuhn Kings Saturday was well nttended and everything brought good prices. Mr. Jou Holder wns transacting business In Troy Monday. Mrs. 1', A. Davis Is visiting her parents nt Now Florence this week. Lots of sick horses In thin com munity. Frnnk Hector of near this ploco moved to Tom Johnsons farm near Montgomery last Tuesday. Miss Thulo Wockctcr visited home near High Hill from Friday till Sunday. J. O. Wilson of Prices Ilranch cumu down Monday evening to nt tend the tho I. O. 0. F. Wo understand that Mr. V. Foederhnso of Montgome...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 11 October 1901

Iff ir The America's Cup Successfully Defended by the Yankee Yacht Columbia. THE LAST RACE THE MOST EXCITING. After Slip und Tuck Cusitest, In Which Viral One, Then Ilia Oilier Mhoucit In I'runt, Cwlmitlilai Witn Ihe I'ltinl Conical lr llurslr ' Time Allovrnnee New York, Oct. s. With victory flaps floating from licr loitering mast heads and tlio cmln uf her spreaders In honor of licr concluding triumph In the cup rncca of ItlUl, tlio pillunt loop Columbia returned to licr anchorage last night under the escort of tlio entire excursion llect. Hlia yen terday coinptclcil licr ilvfcmia of the lionoteil trophy In another nllrriiiK rneo with the rihaiurock II., over u leeward nml wlndivnrd race of 3a tnllcs, crossing tha finish llnu two nee ondi behind licr antagonist, but win nlnp on Iho tlcio nlluwiiuca conceded by Upton' lioat by 41 seconds. For tho second time sha hns now ucceufully foiled the attempt of tlio Irish knight to wrest from our pos session the cup thnl meitna the indit ing...

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. — 11 October 1901

PAN-AMERICAN HINT. nan of llotdlna Cntll In Thell Stall Worth- lit Commendation Knit Kmnlntlon. The humane sytem of IToldlnp tin rccord-maklnc cattle In their tnll at the fan-American dairy Is noticeable, end favorably spoken of by n great many visitors. It In doubtless used by tome dairymen, but many whe have not Keen It would Kindly adopt It. The animal wear a collnr around the necli and to each tide of thlt la fattened a OUR FRUIT IN DEMAND. FASTr.NINa DAtltT CATTLK. elialn three or four feet lonp. The chain end In n rlnn; through which li run n rod nlioiit three feet lone. 1 here nre two rod, one on each tide of tin Malls they end In a bend of about twl Inchet to each end, which nllnnalt W itnud parallel with and two luetic ot m from the tide of the ttall. Ily thli iiicant the rhulnt, that are fattrnrd tn the collar, slide up and duuti verj nully, at the row Htimd or lie, mid they arc nlmost nKcnsyaathoiiRli.thcj were not fattened at all, and tlterelt mi danger of brlni; tangled...

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. — 11 October 1901

m THE TRIBUNE. ? !: i t ll Hi Friday, - October 11, 1901. . fl .. On'o Copy One Year In Advance $1.00, One Copy 6 Months In Advance 60c. Trado with merchants who advertise. Clint Hatcman of Columbia wns hero Sundny. Mnrlon Spires, of tlnmmn, wns here Momlny. J. A. Ilnlrrcll was In St. Louis Tuesday on business. Mr. mid Mrs. Ohns. Wilson spent Sundny In Wellsvllle. Wm, Hobs, of llellllowcr, was 011 our streets Tuesdny. I.. 1. Miller, of High Hill, was In IIiIh r.lly Wednesday. Photographs from 75c to $1'.' per ' dozen nl Metzler's Studio. .John llnm nturiifil rum St. XouIh Wednesday night. Kcproscntntivf Mabry, of Well Tllli) was on our streets Wednos- dny. Mr. I . I Clnrlc left Tuesday for 11 weeks vlsltto hcrsMcr In St. Louis. Mr. Clcorgo Crmio mid family of of Mlncoln witu In town Tuesday iihnpplug. Misses Ilotlio Klducd mid Muiulo Mitchell are visiting In M. I.oiiIh this week. A. Hubbard wont to St. I.oiiIh Monday morning to spend n wi de in I lie city. Trndo with merchants who a...

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. — 18 October 1901

VOL X. THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, OCTOBER, IS, lUOl. NO. 1 Resolutions of Respect. Adopted By The Sovereign Grand Lodge, I, O. O. P., At Indian apolls, Sept. 26, 1901, Ah referred to above, tho trngln and cruel death of our honored President cant n sombre shadow over tho entire session. On the first day of thu meeting Grand Hlro Cnblo nppolntcd n committee of llftecn, who presented tho follow Ing report Thursday, which wan adopted by n rising vote and bow ed heads. After tho adoption of tho report the body adjourned for tho day and tho Sovereign Grand Lodge Immediately formed In n procession and marched to one nf tho prominent churches and par ticipated with tho citizens In mem- oral services. Following Is tho ro port: Indianapolis, Ind Sept. ID, 1001 To tho Sovereign Grand Lodge of tho Independent Order of Odd I'cIIowh: Wo stnnd to-day In tho shadow of a great nntlonnl sorrow. Wllllnm McKlnlcy tho President of tho united States, was slid to death by ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 18 October 1901

Kit Br:. Pt Crowe Offers to Surrender and Stand Trial For tb Cud. ahy Kidnaping. ME SAYS AIL HE ASKS IS A FAIR TRIAL. fa Makat I'oatflllua Thai Ha ka Nat Lacked Cf Until Uaalsrad Unlit? br a alary, aad Offsra lo tllta a Hand ml Fit a Uaudtsd Dollar Hal (art That la UU Limit. Oninha, Neb., Oct. Hr-Clilef-oM'o-lice John J, Donahue, yesterday rc telrril n letter from l'at Crowe, nam ing (lie term on which he will sur render. The letter camo In care of nn Omaha natvspupcr, In which It l pul lltheil, and eolers II clo.cly-wrlttcn paces of manuscript. The postmark li Illegible, but the letter km mulled it eight o'clock In the morning ami reached thin city at eight In the oven I Hi; of the same day, indicating that U had not trntrlcd a long distunes. In the letter Crone agree to give hlmiflf up nt "lice nml stond trial for the kidnaping of labile Ciidnby, protliled he la nut locked up until u jury shall adjudge htm guilty. Ilo saya he la unable, to furnish hood In execs of $3C0, nml demand...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 18 October 1901

THE I-abllibtd llr THE TR1IIUNK 1'IUNTIMO CO. A. . KKAULE. Mlin editor. MONTG Oil EltY, MISSOURI. I itif-it j i TDTDTTMF bia Decomc lnal loamsomc prouuci X Ivll) U JN Jjj. I of civil war, the human beast of prey (hat plunder the helpless and thuni the tight of honest men. Without more ado I itolc down the ttair and itood ready In the shadow of the print hill. Yet I hung back, fearing to ailumo too mucli. a tie- limed guest, tolerated only because of my errand and my wound, 1 could not be sure that my assistance wai w ei come till violence itself should force mo to the front. Presently the door was timidly owned bv old Parker, the serving man, who alone nf nil inc men scrv nnUhndremnincd faithful. Inswap cered the Imrlv rulilan till he itood in the center of thcimat hail. "Hrlug hither tliy mistress, lliou old dolt, and in haste; hid her delay not an instant, Or she will fare nut the worse, stormed the brute. HU that he tent one of his varkttto the kitchens to lay hands on what he co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 18 October 1901

THE TRIBUNE Publ lulled 12 very Krldny lY THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO. A. H. IChaih.k, Managing Editor. Tlii! Uepultlicaiw of tlie State! eoiititiuii to orgniiizi! for tlio campaign next yeiir. Tlio genernl iiiiprcHmoii prevails tliatany net ofbonkri are in a hat) wlmpe when it beconieH nceexMiiry to call in cxpcrtH to verify their accuracy. Tim .Jeffernon (!lnh of St. Louin made a pilgrimage to the tomb ofl'lionnm leffer Hon Inst week. It Iihh been Hiiggcnted tliat a ntnlne of one of Htitler'n Indiaim would have been an appropiate xoiivcnir for the Club to have left behind to commemorate its visit. I'renidcnt McKinley left a fortune of a little over ?'JK),()0. About $70,00 wiih waved from his salary and .?(57,(MK) was life instrance. Kor a "Tool of I lie Trusts" and and an "Agent of the Corporations" as the socialists called him, that would be n poor showing when he could have amassed mil lions. All of which goes to show that the socialist opinion of public men in general is as wild an...

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. — 18 October 1901

il 4', Neighborhood News, As Told by Our Assistant Editors. Rhlneland. Miss Ida Kallmcycr, daughter of Dr. F. II. Knllmcycr of Now Ftoronco Is visiting friends nnd relatives here. While In St. Louis lust week Mr. John Landolt, merchant nt Star kenburg, was brutally assaulted nnd robbed by two negroes who sprang out of an alley and knocked him down before ho had time to make any resistance. IIo was re lieved of a watch nnd chain nnd about 8.1 In change. Mr. John Olcrlngcr Ik reported quite sick with his old ailment. Mr Hy Schlucmcr who has been visiting relatives the past week returned to his homo In Callaway county Saturday. Prof. J. E. Mcrltt Is spending a few dnysnt the fair and Exposition In St. Louis. Among our citizens who took fldvnntngo of chenp rates to St. Louis on Katyday Thursday were J. II. Pnlton, Misses Ida Mauhl nnd Ollla Crockett, AdolphHcylng and wlfo nnd V. II. W. Stock. Dr. WnU of Big Spring who recently returned from a trip to Germany was In midst Wednesday. Mr, ...

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. — 18 October 1901

AUTOMOBILE PATENTS. IiTutui Mow Beodlnr. All Thslr At tentions li Ihls Direction. By til odds' the automobile icctlon is the busiest of all the divislonsoftlio jatcnt ofllco tlicie dayi. Since all the faelilonohlc world linn taken to lutoinoliiling, and this iiiort it no i - s i n . . . i (i mngeruiau, tiicinvcniorioi mccour, THE MARCIANA LIBRARtf. Bart lomea to Fln4 a Besting Plica la ( saaioTina nutt. Lovers of Venice will remember, tome time ago, a cry in the press, pnr tlciilarly in Knglaml, about the Dogei palace Koiiiir more or leti to ruin, and that the great Marcilua library housed in it ttai tiiucli too heavy to In seem In linr turn A.I I1i.i a If am. t... ... i.. I j I . i i.i,f. I i J ". i umi iiw uvtuie. iws uouiijiDieaiiuniiercio lion to bringing out improvement in reopen tlic question, tt hicli ttas never motors, carriagcjamlollicrparl.. Tlic , really cleared up, but to chronicle that number of aiiulicatloiiii tbnl nrt he ii li.a.i il, lil.r,,-- i..,i i.. t. II- ! IU I...

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. — 18 October 1901

LOSSES AT SEA. Aiaaal Statistics of Mailt! me Caasal tlti by Lleyd'a Register. The statistical summary of vessels ;otally lost, condemned, etc., jitib liilud by Movd's Kegliter, show that j during 1000 the grot reduction ft the effective mercantile marine af the world amounted to 818 vessels, of 077,182 torn, excluding H vessels of less than 100 torn. Of tliii total 290 vessels, of 380,301 tons, were (learn ers and C52, ot 200,88 tons, were tailing vessels. As regards steamers, the present return exceed the ncr age of the previous nine years liy 10 vessels and 27,651 tons; as regards sailing vessels it is below the over age by 87 1 vessels and 83,008 ton. The figures relating to steam and sailing tonnage owned in the United kingdom, says the London .Mariner, are below the average by 1 1,000 and 20,000 tons, respectively. Apart from vesels broken up, condemned, etc.. the United Kingdom steam ton nage loss during 1000 Is below the average of the preceding nine years by about 20,000 to...

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. — 18 October 1901

If?- " THE TRIBUNE. 5 I I, 1 if I Friday, October 18, loot. One Copy One Year In Advance Si.oo. One Copy 6 Month In Advance 6oc. Don't (alt to road Gove's nd. Den AdamH returned to St. Lou is Monday. Quarterly school report enrds for alo nt this ofllcc. Harry Ball entered school at this place Monday. Minn Mnud Mitchell returned from St. Lou In Monday. Miss Mnymo Clycc returned from St. Lou In Friday night. Mm. Dr. Huddlcslun nf Mtncoln wan In town shopping Wednesday . It. It. Crano nnd faintly of Mlno otn wcru In town shopping Tues day. Mr. nnd Mm. (Minn. Crump ri turned Saturday from n weeks -visit In St. Louis. Mrs. Maggie I'unlnglwun, of Iiuttc, Montana, Is vUitlng Mrs. Alllu Covington. L. U. Illrd' editor (it tho Martins burg Kutcrprlsc, made usn pleas nut call last Saturday atternoon. Notice who the advertisers nrn. Pntranlzo them. Toll thorn you nnw it In tho Timm.Ni:. Mrs. Z. T. Palmer and dnuifhlrr, Miss F.mmn, left Wednesday for St. Louts whero they go to mnko their fulum h...

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. — 25 October 1901

0 THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL X. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, OCTOBER, -2r3, lUOl. Resolutions ot Respect. A "Coon" Hunt In Missouri. Resolutions of respect adopted A low ovcnlngs since, ns the. by tho Baptist church and Sunday writer But nt his supper, In tho School In loving memory ot suburbs of a town on tho Wabash, Brother Jim. Brandenburg bo was surprised to sco a strange who was suddonly called to "nigger" dnsh past tho window, tho higher life Saturday 4:30 p. going nt about 2.13. Ills eyes wcro m.Oct. 121001, at tho homo of his lying quietly out on his check cx- non, Matt. cept when hn winked them, which Whereas, God In his luflnlto not often, ns ho seemed to wisdom has seen fit to remove, hnvo "no time." His mouth was from his labors hei i f,ur dear wldo open and his hair wns curling brother nnd co-worker, Jas Bran- and uncurling llko n vast number ilonburg, to his rest with Illm: Keiolvod 1st. That In tho death ot Brother Brandenburg, we as a church nnd a Sunday Schoo...

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. — 25 October 1901

A 101 ROBBERY. Burglars Loot the Chicago Post Office of Stamps to the Extent of $74,610. THEY WERE AFTER THE CASHIER'S VAULT Tlii Work irnm Dane Ihildly amd Willi Conaldrrnhlft InmmnHf, (tie 1'Inmlcr IlrlMfC Curled Off In Wnuntt hy I he Itnbbcr.., Who Left Jin Clmr Chicago, Oct. 22. A flcnrtit.onal ro1 bcry, which netted tho i-.rctraior 574,010 In Mnmpa, v.ia fiUrovcrrO here Monday mornlntf. when ilia wholesale atainji department o? tlm iHnt.1f.11-0 wan opened for hiudi..!. ' A rapid Invci'i.Knf ln.i developed the fact that the. lur;,lirft had truwlrcl MISSOURI STATE NEWS, nan For MlMoarl'a llalldln Tho plana for the MUiourl building at tho World fair ore now being drawn by tho Architect. Tha build Intr will bo patterned after tha admlnUtratlon bulMlntf at the Ctifcjigo fair. , It will bn fully as lame, and 11a ptlnetpol ffoluro will Iw an Immentn dome. Underneath tho domo will be a rrand recrrtloi, hall, Th building will bt flnUhrd In n more ornate manner than the one after which I...

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. — 25 October 1901

?wT,'''fvwr1'r;'-'t'-r J V THE TRIBUNE. I'abllthed 11 THE TIUIIOMB 1'fllNTINO CO. Ju II. KEAIIIE, MBtln editor. UOCTGOMEUY, I I MISSOU1U OLD SWAIN 3. They came together with a "honiy dot" Old frlenda who hifln'l met for maor a year: He wa a weecr bachelor, It'a true. And the a tr-lntter of moil welcome cheer. They'll "none loieSlhcr" In the olden dar lsave Ions ll'Un out Ixlilr.d them both, I woli To one arolhtr't wonder and imiu Klljtht thlnaa came no that neither had forgot. "Vou used to Ihlnk'that Jenny wa a Rem:" Bald hei "And you, you fancied freckly Joe." "11 bring! old tlmea a-talkln' over them." SJJld het "I'm thlnkln' Jl: the tame, you know." "And Jenny'a hair waa nolden raa It nott" Bald hei "I awear that Jotcih'a hair waa red." "Vou nicked out Jer.r.y from the cholcett lot." Said he: "And you picked Joseph out Initead " And then a Utile chllllhci there fill lletween thut old-lime frltadt of long ago. On Jenny'a modcel bcauly the Mould dwell, While he kept llrgerlRK along ...

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. — 25 October 1901

THE TRIBUNE Published Every Krkluy ftrrcd to above, in an effort to Kot out of WHY TOM QUIT HIS ENGINE. nit: uiiiiuuiiy. iui bihjii utuues win nuvur win, and we do not envy the .Standard in the position in which it has placed itHulf. nv THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO. A. H. Khadi,!:, Muiuiging Kriitor. The auditor'H report is not yet. out. I'rewidenl Ifooeevelt is ki'uiriiiir liii fa iimitM pledge liy following up tlie pr liey of "William KoKinley. .Such a poliey is mire to win. Despite the fact the Kepuhlieans cast lit per cent of the total vote of the State, a Oeinoeratio legislature has so gerrymander- ell the Congressional districts that the e pnhlicans nr given hut one conyressinan in hlxteen. Ti e way to gel the State rc-appor- tioneil is to el et a Kepuhlican legislature. .lohn V. Xehel, of High Kill, was here on business Triday last. Mr. Xehel is one of the most popular young business men in the county, and besides possesses a good legal education, having graduated from the State U...

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. — 25 October 1901

Neighborhood News, As Told by Our Assistant Editors. Bollflowor Mr. Knmp's child thnt wns dnn dcrcusly 111 Is Improving. Hev. Miller has preached some cqeollcnt sermon. John Schowongcrdt and family spent Inst Sunday nt Mr. George. llliitonV and attended prcnchlng nnd tho W. C. T. U. In tho after noon. Tho crowd Is getting larger all tho tlmo nt tho Impel, name were there Sunday night from Olncy nnd Truxton. Mil Allle West went to Colora do last week expecting to regain her health. Stella Knmp Is trick at this writing J. P. Hodgcrs Jr. Is remodeling thulr house. J. V. Surlkamp is doing the work. They will have n nice house when completed. John Ingram and family of Truxton visited tho hitters parents Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hos last Sun day and nttended church Sunday night. C. K. Stnkcs, tho chairman of tho Prohibition party, was nt tho W. C. T. U. meeting Sunday af ternoon at. the Chnppel nnd also nt church Sunday night and mnrio quite a n I eo llltlo talk. Will Aylcr of O. T. came last M...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 25 October 1901

THIS AND THAT. Last jcar Uncle Sim turnd out new' coin worth $1.16,000,000, of ewhicli $09,000,000 were gold. .Spain lias a llccl trust w ith a capt W or 7S,000,000 jitsctns. She it emerging from the dark ages nllnit. The cxlcntlvc wnlcr power nl My .so re, India, generates nn electric cur rent thai operates gold Uriel 100 mile distant. ' 'An cxtcniivcexpciilion i proposed by the people of Victoria, Australia, to lie held nl llctidigo nt'tlio end of this year, to commemorate the elhcov cryofgoldin 18.1). ' The New York Historical society owns nu entire lilock on the ucst side of Ccnlrnl park and hasr.dopted plans for a new $1,000100 building KOI fed long and I'M feet deep. . Koine of the grral main roads nut of IjoiiiJoii are famous for their b(nuly and are line 1 with some of the. most chaiming tillas and country mansions in ICnglaud or the world. . Gypsies in Kngliml nre, it is elated, 'desirous of special rrprci(iitnliou.ni the coronation. Tliey rlnim that the modi i n van dwelle...

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