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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 25 October 1901

i nil i . 7J STARTLING FACTS ABOUT SUGAR. Ai a good deal hat recently ap peared In print regarding the con sumption of sugar, and as tho Im portance of this article as a food, In which eiery Individual Is concerned, Is apparently not sufficiently under stood, the following facts and figures furnished to us by tho well-known sugar statisticians, Messrs. Witlett and dray (01 Wall street, New York), who aro tho publishers of tho weekly Statistical Sugar Trado Journal, must necessarily be of great Inter st to all our readers: HAW SUOAn. Tons. Totnl contumptlon, U. fl., Ism iwillttt ar.il arar)..:.at,MT Add 6.21 per cent., avtrire annual Increase. In con umpllon list lyers... HO.TSt ConiURiptlon for 1901. ..i300.Ua Of tttilchi Tons. Louisiana pro duces 350,000 lt(ci(domeitlc)pro ducra ......ICO.OOO H ats all tfree) pro duns ., ......XO.OOO I'orto nico (IrtO rroducia ....... ..1S0.000 1.0CW0 1.M0.US raylr.r dutr t n artr a ot say S3! pr ton. (Kqulvaltr.l lo IU pr ton In Oranul&tid.) f...

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. — 25 October 1901

THE TRIBUNE. Friday, - October as, loot. One Copv One Year In Advance $1.00. One Copy 6 Months In Advance 60c. James McQulu la tho now clerk nt Unas'. A. E. Scanlnnd of ill town Monthly. Mlneola wax Hov. Olddcns, of Truxton, was In tho city Monday. Ouy Nunnclly Hpcnt lost Sunday 'with homo folkN nt thin place. Mrs. Cox was visiting friends nt Wellsvlllo thi! lint of tlio week. Sheriff Wilson mndii n business trip to St. Loulu Wednesday. Hd Turner cnttloto St. I.onls Monday night jclty Tuesday. Uov. Kolcy, of Bellflower, was In I Miss Olllo Crockett Is visltingl this city Tuesday. Jnmos Spears, of Ilellllower, wob on our struct Monday. Miss Ada Hyron went to St I.ouls Monday afternoon Miss Vlrglo See, of Mlneola, was the guest of friends In town this week. Paul Price, after several weeks stay In St. Louis, Is back with us again. Will Miller and wife, of Dell flower, wcro shopping at this place Monday. Mr. Hugh Paxton and Miss Lou Kiln Oovcro visited friends nt Mln eola Sunday. W. S. ...

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. — 1 November 1901

Mi r THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL X. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, PKIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, lUOl. NO. 3 A Letter To The Farmers From ttie Missouri World's Pair Commissioners. St. Louis, Oct. 10, 1001 7b the h'ttrmcr ami 1'rutt (Iroirrrt of' .'flavour! : Our Legislature has provided very liberally for n presentation of the rcsouiccs uud products of our great Slnto ut the coming World's Fulr, and It Is the Intention o( this Death of Charles U. Halght, On the 20th of Octobor, 1001, Charles II. Hal-ht died of pneu mould at his home, five miles northeast of Montgomery City. Ho wax a native of tho Ktato of Pennsylvania; born on tho Mil of March, ISI2, In Mercer county; nee 50 years, 7 months nnd 18 days He was father of a largo fnmlty of highly rcspcctnblo children, of whom seven survive him, llv;o sons and two daughter. In his death ho also leaves an need father, a Commission thut our ABrleultur.il ! ""her and a half ulster, who live display bo second to none. To nccompllsli this wo muxt have the...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 November 1901

il i I -UK P ST.' groes Killed In a Riot In, Washington Parish, La TROUBLE OCCURRED IT CAMP KEETIN6. MISSO'jr, STATE MEW3. ' Me-n. Desths. Crip', n It .H..l l-m.,1.. n illmnurl asylum for tlio Insane, . I 'a Nevada, Copt, Pcnte r Imil thj ills- Three White Men and Eleven Ne-, (Unction, nt the clou? of the dill war, I 31 recdtlng the surrender of Ueu., I (bow United Slnlca senator) '. it. i Sockrell. Charles lleldcrhcck, at Mncou, aged W. Hcorgc Washington Wellington, win bail llted more years In Ami rain conn ly thnn any other resident, nged tl. lie linil resided In the county since 1023. Krnnk I', Sanderson, aged C, at De- Mitt. John McKay, n prominent resident nrnr Fern llldgc, HI. Lnul county, after nn illness o. only 12 hour. Tho physician believe hU demise wu due. to storynrh trouble. McKay unit for merly well known In nlhlctlc circlet, having trained Jake tiatidaur, tha chaniilun nnrsinnii of the world, lie la n i,on-ln-lnw of Judge William V. Pflstcr, nntl leave n wife ami tw...

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. — 1 November 1901

THE TRIBUNE. THS TB11IDNB FBINTINO CO. A. I". KICAtlLK. M,ln, Editor. MONTGOMEBY, l j lilSSOUni BEYOND CONTROL. Tou can sometimes dodge the lion whose lects you his preyi Tou can even catch and cage him and ob serve him at Ml play; The wolf and the hyena art uncanny (o the view. Hut thty leave you unmolested II you knpw a thlntr or two. Hut there's on terrific creature we en counter now and then. Who denes all calcutatlona to protect hta fellow men, lie balki our fondest purpoia and ht plays the very deuce. 'There Is nothing that can atop him, when tht fool breaks loose. To reason ha will turn a dull and unre sponsive ear, lie hasn't wit enough to entertain a sense of fear, lte plunges to destruction! never stops for looking back, And laughs when wiser people are obliged to clear the track, for yean h may be dormant, then he wakea to sudden Joy, And thinks earth was created for his own i especial toy. Tou may sometimes try to aave him, but It lin't any use, Tou must simply wait and ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 November 1901

THE TRIBUNE Published ISvory Kridny UY THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO, A. 1$. Ivi'.ADi.K, Managing Editor. The Auditor's report Ims not yet made Tliu Kumihlii'iin mirLv of MUhoiii! HtinitiM foiMi firir olwtion law; it HtmioN for point- rule for the liirgis citu-H of tlm statu ; it staiKlH for straight hook la-cping, and it Htiui'H lor progruxH and prospunly. vr . . iMt paper in .Monigoniory county m inoni di'Herving of thu guneroim wupport of its patrons than (he Middletowii Chips. L-lnps never fads to give its earnest and un remitting support to every laudahle enter prise ami aiuhitiou of its home town and people. While we wish Chips were a We- piililic.ui paper wo must say that its indc- pendant editorials usually have a healthy political tone. If Auditor Allen's experts verify the aeciray of the ollicial repeats from the Au ditor's olllee of the past thirty years, dw orepaneies will ueeeessarily heshown. If the expert's report does not agree with these ollhial reports it will show that ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 November 1901

News, As Told by Our Assistant Editors. Jonosburg. . Uorn to Henry Dungan nnd wlfo Miss Anna Conklln loft Inst Wednesday Oct. 23rd 1001 a 10 lb. ' Thursday for llldgcwuy Ohio to boy. visit her lster who Is very sick. Gcorgo Young nnd wlfo left Sat urday morning for Uuflalo N. Y. to attend tho Exposition. A. II. Druncrt was In Troy Sat urday on legal business. Aubrey Kallmeycr was down from Now Florence Friday night attending tho Ball at tho Opera House. Louis llctckhoff and boh of Dig Spring passed through hero Satur day on their way to visit relatives In Wnrrcntom Miss Helen Pennington went up to Montgomery Friday to visit friends A. J. Cnrtntcs of Warrcnton was hero Saturday on business. Miss Ilony Ollkcy of Abattls was hero shopping Saturday. A. A. Nlcmcycr of St. Louis vi sited hero Sunday. T. A. Witt was In Montgomery .Sumlny and visited n friend. II. K. Golden was In High Hill (Sunday visiting. Dud Alstrop was up from St Louis Sunday calling on n friend' Molvln Jones of Wcntzv...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 November 1901

I Willi. Admiral Schley Tells the Story of the Destruction of Admiral Cervera's Fleet. ft Ill A PLAIN UNVARNISHED NARRATIVE. 1 Mnt, h wa conr. If tht Colon kepi up her emirs n. wouia d oDiiceo 10 wmi ui. ..-.. Mid I woulit t up lot of eltft, am. munition, no that when h cam out Into IlIU B.sILI, Trathfal anil Coatlaeleg, (riwttad bf the Testlmmr of Capt. Clark aad Other. Uttil No Uroa4 far III Knimlea' In aland Up Ot.phle Itltlory of Ilia right. Waihlnglon, Oct. 20. In tb Bchlej bourt of Inquiry, Admiral (khlcy con tinued tlia recital of lilt narratlvo re jgnrdlop; hi conduct In Die Spanish max, which he line! begun Thursday, JlVlien the court adjourned Thunday, he had covered tnoit of tho point of Clio campaign jirevlou to the begin Bluff of the hnntlogo blockade, looting (hat bloiknde, the reconnaissance of Slay 31, thn buttle olT Snutlar-o, ami lUio fainoua loop of the llrooklyn yet to be told of, Tlckcta for all the resorted acate liad been lisurd befora the court woo called to ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 November 1901

THIS AND THAT. Fonr Itolnense searchlights end 100 (ncantktccnt lights uill be turned on the Yosemlte falls. Nearly nil islanders arc provided willi trumpet made of enneh shtlls, the tips being taken off, thus form Irig a very effect It c horn. At the coronation of Qurcn Kli?a hctli, In 1B58, the road in the neigh borhood of London were to lad that the queen' coach twice stuck in the ond on the way to Westminster, nnd the queen was compelled to alight while the vehicle was pried out of the ruts by the attendants. The United States government has taken formal possession of the site which has been secured for the naval station at Charleston, S. C, and the raiting of the flag marked the first occupation. The dry dock, the plans forw liic-Ii havcalrcady been approved, will be erected at a co'st of iM.ii.'iO.OOO. There is a steady demand for dis carded champagne corks, says the New York Press, the price being half a cent each. In swell cafes they go to the porter who cleans up the room a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 November 1901

THE TRIBUNE. Friday, - November I. tool. One CopvOne Year In Advance $1.00. One Copy 6 Month! In Advance 60c. Hen Adam rnmo up Louis Tucadny. "Send mo Tun Titiiiu.NB" comes; from nil direction. Mrs. .)m. Iloet Iiiih been (jullo nick tlio past week. ki i.imoroniui inmny moveu iu; Wollsvlllo Tuesday. from SI Clilpp. I i John A. Walker, of near Mlncoln, I was hero Mondny, tho guest of hla cousin, Dr. J. J. Taylor. It. L. West unused throuith town' Wllllnm Hosa.of Hcllllowor, was . triy, taking homo from tho ratl in this city Wednesday. tim ,v wngon loml of slock feed,1 Mctzler wlllbont Milnelnnd gnland It waan't corn, oats or hay,' Icry Saturday and Sunday. I either. u...t.. . 1 "t.i.. u... i Will Hnrtlett nnd fnmlly have. Ininnngourncwroadera this week. ! mocli ,,nek tho fnnnonWcst! t - . Prn r e. Mra. Hnrt ett'a nnronta. , Chnrle Martin was trammeling Charle Stophcna, of Kllex, spent I In fit Sunday In IIiIh city. . Prairie. Mra. Dnrtlelt's parents, 1 ('n.4ntti Tmu-n. nti.l vlfn nrnn...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 November 1901

THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL X. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURf, FKIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, lUOl. NO. 4 Judge Samuel Miller. , ULUPFTON, Mo., Oct. 20, 1001. Judge Samuel Miller, who died at 111 home In Blufltotij Mo., Octo ber 21, 1001, was born In Lancaster county, Pennsylvania, October 4, 1820. Some years later, with his father, ho moved to Lebanon coun ty, Pennsylvania, where, on Janu ary 21, 1817, ho wan married to Miss Martha Isabella Evans. In 1807, with his family, ho moved to Dlufl ton, Mo., whero ho has lived over slnco with the exception of a. year or two In which ho lived a part of the tltno at Scdnlla, Mo. Ho was tho father of eleven chil dren, nlno of whom aro living. Ho leaves thlrty-nlno grand children and six great grand children. Ho was for a number of years postmaster at Dluffton. Ho served one term In tho Montgomery coun ty court, and In 1805 represented Montgomery county In tho stato legislature. Ho wai raised on tho farm, but curly lu life took a fancy to horti culture, and h...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 November 1901

I 1: a AM if- m 85; Work For the Louisiana Purcbnio Exposition, at St. Louis, In 1903, Going Bravely On. I WEEKLY REVIEW OF PROGRESS HlkDE. Interest la Contlaantly OnIi Haiti ( Home and Abroad) Ib tho ainnrndoua I'nderlaktnsr that la IJealiinrd In Worthily Caaamem orale a Ureal ISvent. fit. Louis, Nov. 2. Mr. .Time le Oil 11m, who la In charge of the Inter tutu of the Louisiana Purchase l!xio iltlon Co. nt the Pnn-Aincrlrnii Kxpo iltloii, rrnrt that nearly nil the ills ploy nt llufTnlo "III be Installed at fit. l.oul In 190.1. The association of department chief of the Columbian exposition of 1B93 hold Its nnnunl reunion 11 n J banquet In St. Ixiuls, Octolicr S8, with President Francis, of the Ixiulatnua Purchaso Imposition Co., na a guest of honor. The Kfiittruii'ii hail n long ronferenco 011 the work of the Ht. Lout World' fair. In a rlrculnr to editor for publica tion In nil Missouri paper, tho Mis lourl World' Fair commission rnt out on address to MIourl farmers, lelllng thnn ho...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 November 1901

iw?w,l,lfr ,. (.r n 3 f-(''- -i THE TRIBUNE. rnbllaasa Br TH TRIBDNB FRIMTIMO CO. A. B. KKADI.E. Ml MIIM MONTQOMEUy, 1 1 .MISSOUnt LOOKINO BACKWARD. Kow looking backward o'er the moultl'rlnc tears, luiurni la mi departed vouthful dvi's! My sunniest hours absorbed In doubt and 'cant Are scarcely worthy of a poet's praUr. tint there. It .ones I sec her even Jet. Knthronrtl forever on (air memory's fare tier mntle love I cannot well foraet, A stay In jouth: a prop to hoary axe. Ilshcld her there beslie the crsdle bed, Where I. n tiny, nelpleti. Inlant lay Or later, when my ilraple prayera wers said. Btie tuckul me la my little rot away. She ilruxirlrd r.a when father paned away lleynnd ihebortersof thliearthlytpherel Thninh darknen hid from her the light ot day- Wllh srirce a ray of hope, or word to thur. Willi head bowed down, she shed a mourn tr tears Annn she look'd away to Heaven above! Ilftmld her orphsns; boldly throttled Tear, And welcomed to tier bosom gentle love, -.1'llilr.ks...

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. — 8 November 1901

THE TRIBUNE PubliBliod Every Krlday nv THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO. A. IJ. KijADt.K, Munnging Editor. Tlio jreneriil renult of Tuewlny'H elec tion wim n iniifriililcient Ifepulilicuii victory It Ih how Icsh tlmn out; year till tliu uu.xl County aii'l Statu election, and tlie prospect for it Kepiiolican victory, eHpecial 1y in Montgomery county, wan never bright er. There Ih no doubt that the trend of po litical Hcutimcnt throughout the country Ih now favorable to the policieH of the licpuh lican party. Thit i clearly denioiintrated by TueHday'H Hplendid victorieH. . The DemoeratH lout New York City Tuen lay by about :i(),(MM). Seth Low, a Repub lican, who waH the fusion candidate for may or was elected. It in evident that Tamma ny Horely in need of u XchImi law. Iowa, Xebrimka, Ohio, New JerHey, I'eniiKylvauia and MaHmicliUMcttH went He publicaii TueMday ; Kentucky and Virginia and pcrhapK Maryland went Democratic. The Uepubliuau majority in Iowa was 8 ")()()() with a light vote imPcil....

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 November 1901

Neighborhood News, As Told by Our Assistant Editors. Rot. 1 1 1 1 ..I II I . ""m' T. Oooch of Stlddlotown wns !. W. Wall nnd 8. J.'hero Sunday lo nil hi s appoint Ilarncs lott last Wednesday for mont High Hill their next appointment. Mm. Deck Hurchnrd of Martins Messrs A. P. DavU and Gus Wll-. burg was here Tuesday afternoon. son went to Olney Saturday. Mr. j T. Oooch was hero from Middle Davis took several musical Instru- j town Tuesday. toc nta to the Mandolin UIul at tne Win. Schuli Jr. went to St. Louis Olnoy Institute. (Saturday afternoon. Misses Kato and fcMclle manner Mr nnd Mrgi chns uuri,halter spent Saturday and Sunday with 0j mRbro nro th.j guests of Mr. their parents at Mexico. ond Mrs Ed llurkhaltcr In this Miss Nobln Settles of Mexico city, was hero Saturday on musical business. Mrs. W. L. Phillips and llttlo daughter Stella are visiting rela tives at Warrcnton, Mo. Jess Painter was hero from La donnla Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. CI. C. Copcland went to St. Louis ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 November 1901

1 f l( Ih Cats dot Alletea Faot-r.sse rnBR, Writs lo-dey In Allen S. Olmsted. U ISr,N.Y, for a FflKK sample of Allen's FiwtKa, powder. It euro a-reallng, tUrnes, swollen, aching feet. Makea new or (Mi thoa nur.' AUaie use It to tlrcak is HrwAhoea. At til druuiitt snd she loci; J5e. No mn ever arrived suddenly it 111 iui Rit sf pure cutwdneu. Chicago Dally m a EVERY MAN WOMAN AND CHILD ' wh eeSYers from : Rheumatism j iSUacobsOil! Z II Orri-te Piln., arts like mete,-4fvl Siss M ettsl on swihasevainkiUtr. ' i Prlc, 29c tmd 30c. S ' s a sous dt su. urauiii ix str.Mc.iJit I .........fflMfy LIBBYS Atlas of Ih World ( 4Killnlnc tltltljr no ner mips, pub ' Ultril eiprf.il fur u lijr llt hrgrtt "minnJ ntl (UiiUlirrtin AiMrkai, li Jtut iu(, tJl rortii1le It MaIi m, ! fool. In If iftl, mm. clvrt nrw mi hi of X CMn. SotniV Aliici, I lift ilfipiif,ci, T Culm, IVUV K0 nn'l f ' imuli T f.nutUal Use any Ml.u (lut'ellUinl. we mairii mj any nuiirrii iim rrM Umii, AuMmi A4trtt)lng iprptrtmtttt fj IIU...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 November 1901

A RACE AGAINST TIME. Qraphla Aeeoant of. Ike Ilecordk reaklisa; laarn7 lit the Ab Irallan.LoniloH Mall, "Transportation," laid a speaker recently before the Intcrnalion 1 commercial congress at Phil adclphlo, "underlies material proa perlty In every department ot commerce! without transportation oommerce would be lmpoilblc those atatea and natlona are rich, powerful and enlightened whose transportation facilities are the belt and most com prehensive) the dying nations are those with little or no transportation facilities." Then the speaker uttered thcie two memorable scntrncci! "Trade follows the ting." "Trade follows-the mall." If these atatements be true, too great Importance can hardly be placed upon the recent achievement of an American l'aclflc liner and ot the fire great railroads making up ths transcontinental system between dan Francisco and New York, of which Mr. Charles Itarnard jrlvee a graphls account In the "Four Track Scries." At the post ofllce of Sydney, N, B. W., th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 November 1901

THE TRIBUNE. Friday, - November 8, loot One Copy One Veer In Advance $1.00. une copy 6 month In Advance 60c Circuit Court next week. John I'ltlcnBcr of Onmmii wns on our streets vi-tr-nlny. Harry Jacks nnd lien Grnhnm spent lint Sunday In St. Louis. Charles Porter has our thanks for cash on subscription this week. Dr. J. A. Bollamy, of Middle town, wan on our streets Monday. Waller lIogHett of Gamma wns hr-ulInK corn from this place Thurs d iy. W. C. Qnhorn of Gamma wan haulInK corn from this placo Thurs uay. Mm. Hu((hcH Maupln of Now Florence wan In town shopping 1 ucsuny. Miss I.uIii Smith nlurncd Mon day nlKhl from n short visit to JoncHburK- Horn to Mr. and Mm. V W See rnovcmhcr 0, a flno boy. All par ucsuoine; well. Ham Hughes came up from St Louis .Saturday night and spent oununy witn hin parents Several children of It 11 Wllllntii liavo been iiultn nick of scarlet fever and the measles At Inst re port all worn belter MIi.ch Helen and Ocrtrudn Ha' ker of WVIIsvlllo spent Sunda...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 15 November 1901

THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL 10. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1901. NO. 5 TRUSTEES SALE. Whereat John T. limner mil garahA, llaveurr lilt wife, Iiy Ibf Ir ferula deed at IriM dated July IDih and recorded la Hook 3 l p.Rf III ol Ihr ilrril rrcorda ol I Montgomery Cuuntv MIoiirl. ron'tytd tiillm umlerilgnril outlet llir. lollnwlug dearrllied rrl malt dilute lying and liflnit In Montgomery City Mlstourl lo-wlt Lota I 3 .1 I S II 7 H II U II It IB Mock tool r'ntitiitouaaitillilon to Mont gomery City .MImoiiiI, whleh aald con. hiivo 10 percent it is iiiNtSl.OOl"""" ,,,,,ln ."" 1 I payment ol a certain iiolr In aald drrd ol Oil tCII. lUlll tll.'lt ISJIIhI wllllt , tru.t deterllifd. v., I where. .Mm T, I ... .1.. II ' listener llir lll.krr of .aid not. i iinniose in tin. ii vim lire ANNOUNCEMENT. After December 1st "The Mont Romory Triiiune" will bo homo to Itx friends nnd pntrone In tho "Up toRrovo building," down stairs, bo twecu W. V. llnmnmek nnd It. O. White & Co...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 15 November 1901

Ml I. 1 The Governor Makes Public the First Installment of the Mass of Figures. GOVERNOR'S ADDRESS TO THE PEOPLE. Yli fWport Coferi lit Trnntneilnna from JDur 1. IfiO.tf lu llorvintar 31, tbuo -Th lofniir Hummirltr th It Iwrt-Ntnlfl llfht lltr'mbrr 31 1B10, ad llvrvmlr 31. 1D0O. JcfTrnioii Clly, Mo., Nov. C (lor. i)oclcry Iiqm iiiiule public t lie report of Stulu Auditor AIN'ti, inadu In re nonio to the f;oicriiorii rcucst. fltiirriior't irt tu fllulr Auditor! J.nrcullvc .Vprtrtrnr lit, Htnte uf Mlflsoutl, . Clly or Ji-lft r ho n, August 11, lion. AlUrt . AllVn, Htnle Au.lltor, Jtf ftrran Clly, ilti.i My Hear Hir. It hnvlnff been prrxlitcnt !r iliargt-J by Ilia HI, lmil (i.MwI)fino crat ttiut th ro hix brn "cruokpil Hint fknanrlerlnk" during .lin.otrut.c control In MUftourl, on the M lnl. I uMrcajd K commimlcntlnn tn the ttlllor uf Unit ta ptr. IrivliInK hlrn, vr unynno U mUj llltKlil ftl-l UlM.OiCil tH dil Ml, tO milKH 4 . t nil Invratlffnlfnii of I ha hn.liirUI rerunl of thn tnia ...

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