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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 15 November 1901

ISIS Auditor Allen Hakes Bis Report to the Governor on tho Fund. SWEARS TO IT BEFORE JOHN A. LEE. A Statement Showing Ilia Conrtlilnn of tb tfatwH! lo tiU Jnary 1. 1001 Tut Cartlttratr f IniUliteitueeS Oatslaml lag Janaarjr 1 tOOl, lln mi V4.3D3,. B30.49. Jcffcri on City, Mo., Xov. 8. Auditor Allen Iro trutisitilttcil to the K(,TL'rnor Hint pat t of his report In reference tc tlio it ate school fund, from which the following Is tnkent To J lis l.xcellency, A. II. Docker)', Governor: Hlr-In tvMltlon to the exhibits cover In if the receltti ft ml cxpenillturrs by the stale from January 1. l December 31, 1W, Inclii'lve. thin day ilellvrrnl to ynu. I have tlie honor to hand you here with a tiible showing the cundlllon of Hit siaie ncitooi ana rcniiniry fundi on jan nary 1. 1301 ituiv nwnrn to hv mp. In ac cordance with section 3. of article 6 of the constitution. In tlolnit this, t deem It proper to briefly review th manatee- mem oi inesg mnus since January i, UC6. RTATp ftriirtni. rtiK...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 15 November 1901

rfti nuf i IMfc r THE TRIBUNE l'uhllMhed Kvt'i-y I'rldny HY Tfi TRIBUNE PRINTING CO. A. It. Kkaiii.i:, Miiniiiny Kditor. If ,vmi tliu Tin iiirxK help iih iiloim ly IcHin1; ,vmir nciIil(ir nlioiit it. Slate issues will he of paramount inter est in Mis-ouri next vuiir. It U nut lidicvi'd . i v 4 tlmt (hi! voters (if the State will indorse, the fNcsliit law, the police law. "poor" hook- oiitnaeous apportionment -ionnl ami Senatorial district a'cpui-;. and an ' if the ( 'onivhiii ' if the Slate. Kepiihlic.an had hecn elected in each of these conntieH, they would have had n majority o.' lour m the lower house. The counties civ iiif inajoritieH of less than 200 are only chos en and they are as follows : Livingston County, J. K, Thompson, Plurality Moniteau " W II. Sturges, Majority lluchnnan County, IhI DIs. A. 13. Duncan " -WaiioCountytU L. Wanl, " . Webster County, V. II. Delzcll, . .ir .UlnKer County, J. M. Wolker, . Uodar County, T. I.. Uansdell, - Unwell County, W. Howard, . Worth Co...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 15 November 1901

I? Neighborhood News, t As Told by Our Assistant Editors. Jonosburg. was preparing breakfast Inst Tuc' 0. Hortcn, of Hlg Spring, visited day moritlng her dress accidentally rclntlvcs hero Inst week. Olgn WIckstrom was In Mont igomcry Saturday chopping. John Reed was down front High 11111 Saturday an business. Mrs. 1). 1). White left Monday .for tho city to visit relatives. Ed Swank wns up from tho city Sunday visiting his parents. A.J. Caslntcr was up from Wur ronton Saturday buying hoops. Col. O. W. Uordcn was In Wnr rcnton Sunday visiting friends. Thomns Morlarlty, of Danville, was hero Sunday visiting relatives. Shcrtn Polster, of Wnrrcn"couii ty, was hero last Thursday on bus iness, Miss Annlo Miller was down from New Florence, Sunday visiting rel atives. William Warner, Jr., of High Hill, was hero Monday on legal business. A. A. Hess and wife left Monday for St. Louis to visit Mr. Hess' daughter. T. E. Ferguson, who has been In Jasper, Tciin., returned homo Fri day night. Dr. S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 15 November 1901

Senator Cullom, of Illinois, Learni Something About Promotions to Brigadier-Generalships. RECORD, NOT INFLUENCE, WILL COUNT. fenalor llnrrims lllseuaaea Finan cial l.ealalnllon Willi the I'rtil deal Sennlur liars Mot llellrvr II VIII lie H'lu la Tinker Willi Iks Itetcnur Ml rrracnl, Washington, Nor, to. Tlio prcsl lent hn declared to Senator Cullom, of Illinois, t hut In limiting tlin pro motions to Hut brlgndlcr generalships soon In become tncaht, lie would tie gotcrncd entirely by Hip record' Hint It was Ml Inlrntluii to promote Ihost whose, record showed lliclil to Ik: most deserving of proiiiotliui, mill Hint neither icrsonnl considerations nor Inllui'iiro Mould count. Hcnator C'lillnm linil called on lie luilt ot Mnj. llnllnncc.-who went Into Hid army from l't'nrlii, nml Mnj. Me Clernnnd. n son of Urn. MeClcrnnnd. MISSOURI STATE NEWS. Recent nenlha. Mm. William Mnrion ltccdy, wife, of tlio editor of the St. J.ouli Sunday Mirror. Mntt doff, a well-known eltlzcn nnd retired busin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 15 November 1901

THE TRIBUNE. I'utillilixt r tlH TRIIIUIflC 1'tllNTIMO CO. A. II. KBAII1.E. Hinmlm Bdlloe. xioNTQOMiinv, i uissoum. HEART'S SUNSHINE. Oh. If only those who lave ut Would but tell u hl!e we lire) And not wait until llfe'i Journey V.r.&tA It, before they srlve The rtnllf we hungered afier, Tfniler worde we tunned to hear, "Which we listened for, but vein))-. For many u weary year. There It much of pain and sorrow All must bear, and bear alone, Yet how helpful li the aunehlne Ut a cheery took and tone; Jlnwr It brightens tip llfe'a tmlhway, And dleliela the ahadowa grim, -And rrstilrea our (haltered Idol. Which we built In da) a now dim. Then bealon your'tunshtne freelyl lAt It shine from out your eyea, I.et It speak In warm hand treMuree, Irft It brealhe In heartfelt Ik)ii Let It cheer the fainting srlrlt Of aome brother In distress, Let It thrill our Jarring volcea With a note of tenderneia. For In serving fellow mortals We best serve the Father, too. And In llihlenlng their burde...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 15 November 1901

VWMt'i -tv-ww. - .r .... - - ft " - '1W THE TRIBUNE. Friday, - November 15, toon One Copy One Year In Advance $1.00. One Copy rj Months In Advance 60c. Head whnt Oovo has to nny. Will Haas spent Sunday In St. Louis. Attend thn oyster supper. Jns. Millnm of St. I. u Is spent Sunday In our mldt. Kvortt Spears was calling on friend nt Prohibition Sunduy. ' Dr. .1. Ii. Jones of .lonosburg was 1 hure on business Tuemlny. Dr. MunH nnd wife spent n few days In St. I.ouls last week. V. C. Crane nnd wife, of Mluco ln, sflent Hundny In this city. 1'rof. Hughes Miiupln was up from Now Florence Inst Saturday. Charles buy mid Tom (looeli, of Mlddlctown, were In tlui elty Inst Frldny. Huv. .1. C. Dell will preneh at Kim's halt next Kundny morn hit; nt II o'clock nnd also nt 12 p. in. Miss Maymo llnm went to St. I.ouls Siiturdny morning for 11 1 uliorl visit to her brothers. Miss Stella I'nul of Moberly ! came down Snttirdny and Is thu guest of her brother It. S. I'aul nnd family. Attorney .1. V. ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 22 November 1901

THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. 4 VOL 10. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1901. NO. 6 To Central Missouri Teachers. To ibutr Ihlrrtitrd In Kdunlloo. Deak Friends ! We ore endeav oring to mnko the Central Missouri Teacher'' Association one of the beet In the history uf the organl-a-tlon, nnd to thnt end we ask you to help us by scndlngcxhlbtts o( your school work to Superintendent Tankcrslcy, of Washington, not later thnn November 25; nnd then bo present to discuss "The CourHO of Study," "High School Labora tories," "The New School Law," "Tho Heading Circle Hooks," "Manual Training," and othersub Ih Ih lit the hour. Our session will begin on Friday at 10 a. m., nt Turner hall, Wash ington, Mo., nnd continue till Sat urday evening, closing with n dec lnnuitnrv context between tho rcp- r.ortitiittvFH of tho various high m-lioiiU of Central Missouri. Your bMwi.i! I. Invited to send a retire scntullvo. Tho only requirements aro thnt a pupil snail oo a wnnjiur student In Rood stan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 22 November 1901

f : i MliriNV lllf.TI.Jl 15 IPI) I unaa22"wu I Til DC TPDP Allh WADD IWRECK "BBFiffui mfmu ommli. i i, iiiii hi i uiiiiiim i i i 1 1 1 i ii 1 1 ii til huh miHiir imp vu i utw n i ii -in r i I IU UL 1LIIUL III1IJ Ulllllll . t.iii.i..,,f.jii,i win, AVn,ki mi.- IIIII III If 11 H I i I MIL IIIUI UIUIILUI 1 ft ft ft CP i ft J.B. Waldrupe, the Guard Wounded During the Military Prison Mutiny, Dead. HE WAS A S0LOIEI1 OF HIE SPANISH WAR Tim T..enl).sl Mnllnrrr nrp Sim l.lnl.lr to llr Tried fin (lie Charlie if liirilrr VrnnXi T hitttiiaoni the " tiiinaril l.i Hn.r I'lreil llir I'nlnl Mm), Leavenworth, Kn Nor, 17. J. II Wahlrnpe, Ii guard nl the Fori Leav. enwnrtli iiillltiiry prison, who win Mint during the mutiny nt Hint lustl tiillon on Xotrmber 7, tiled, Saturday of Mm wound. Twi-uty-alx mutineers now become liable to n charge ol murder. II Hun generally iipioctl ftrrrnl tlrnttr. lldim-I-nwtlicr, inn' uf Ilic oldest elthcn of Callaway county, lie had been connected with the ti'islncn In te...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 22 November 1901

I;. t. r r THE TRIBUNE. 'ulill.lieil lljr TUB TUfllVMi: I'ltl.NTINll CO. KKAUI.1 Mana.li.g Killtoe. MONTGOMUItY, i , JUSiiOUllI. Ml ' ft" I ONE SUNSET. J saw the Angel of the Kunset atand Wlihlh the gain e.f IMranlse, t saw the blossoms In her fair, frail hand, Tlie Klory of hr Rarmenla strand, The light of her iare)ts. She ling, ml there, aril listened, lor.nir.il late, Drrjtplnic her crimson popples down. 1 saw her, smllluir xrntly. utiteli ar.d wait, While they fell, aunt ar.d swift ami straight, Down o'er the tired town. I aaw tin more. I only heard a slh. The rue tie of her n.lica. wind-stirred, Her llnKrrlr.R- footfalli on the star-strewn sky. Uke broken music, stealing by, Theie add one ultlered word! And those oround hie only ruined and anlili "The pun haa aet In rjdrndld sky." I, only, knew and ore whoio heart had tiled In araul.h when her I.ove lay dead The Atijcel, 1'eace, 1sseil by. Alice K. Allen, In Uood Houtkieclr. FLOItA AND HANNAH. III .VI All V l' WILKINM. (Coprloh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 22 November 1901

THE TRIBUNE PiiliHrliecJ I v f hVlilny Itv THE TRIBUNl. PRINTING CO. A. It. Kkaim.k. l ,i ,i..in Kilitor. Who w to be on i In- m imiii l(i!itilili- run licki-i in tin- ucnint tin- m-xi i'iiuimiiiV !'otilii i no iviitini . iov. Docker iliilu'i M.ivi- Mi-toiiri h iMtuh iiii iiij llOllliw l is llce.lllMI! I ,' VlTU tVlllll AlUNOIIII. Now I'onii't thnr ltcptiiilii.Mii milium tuuiii. Tin- l.ugitiiituiv hlioiild hi: given tiiiu toiiM (it C lit: ncM I'kx'tiiin. V!l"UI-iV r.ynU'111 ill' .i...).C0lill ll.lt li it one uii'iillul ; ."I limlii iliviuu wliioli n not nil a ilreain." Lfth MfU $2!rrJ,0lM II rtill.lll itci'i to lie ovui'lookcil, i'H'C'iiillv tviiiin wu .MinHouriaiin 1 ivi- to I it. set ho well. WVII wuii mi i it 1 1111 ilitHoiiri uxiurl all down I lie crazy iiiilt t lie Chicago ex ) 'its nniilf. 'I'lit luiiiliiu'iin I'Mimi - niL'L'tin St. tloi! tliit uivk on iln'Jl2inl. V had iiiitk'iuiliMl lii'ing I lici t; lnit on account RI'.IUIU.IC,N ,,f (. ir,..ur,. 0' liiiHincHt l.Diroili. W(....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 22 November 1901

THE TRIBUNE. Friday November ai 1901. Neighborhood News, .As Told by Our Assistant Editors. Now Floronco. Tho meeting which ha been in progress at tho M. E. church clos ed Monday night. Hcv. Maggart left for Trinity Wednesday where hp win begin a scries of meeting. T. II. McClure spent Saturday mud Sunday In St. Louis. Messrs Will Finloy, Karl Wilson, l.ce l'emberton and Will See at tended tho debate at Danville last Friday night Quit 11 number from this placo ale attending circuit court at Mont gomcry City thin week. Harry Marshall Is hero visiting hi- lather J. II. Marshall for it liw days. t.url Algcrmlsscn went down to fct. Peter's, Tuesday to bo present at ihu murrlagu uf hU sister. Leslie liladcs 01 Mlnneola was culling on friends (?) ut thU placs SuuUiiy uvenlng. Mis licrtha Wilson returned f. ni St. LouU Sunday morning whuro she had been visiting tor some tune. Leo l'einbertoii spent Sunday In Wellsvlllo tho guest of his Cuuniiin i lie Misses llluttner. .Mr. 0. M. Locku Is q...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 22 November 1901

" " THIS AND THAT. "Willi Ktl('Ki:il AT Till! 111111111" riNli'liiH tr. ..: . r WW WHERE THE TURK PAYS CASH Minister to Germany Exceptionally Prompt In Settlement of tlll. The Turkish minister to (leriiinn) live in one of tlio liniielsonictl palaces In llcrlin uu llio l.ciiisiktr rialznnel hii liilli regularly, nliich ii ignite rciiinrknlilcniul iiuikiiiiI, tuciiU'o ucli thing! nrc not e-peetulofllie sultan's representatives tlscwliirc. In Wash ington, JaiiiiIuii, I'nris iinil oilier cap ital! people nrc ulnar ulucluiit In rent liuu.ti, Id Turkish iliplmiidliMi or fimii-li lliciii supplies on credit, but it in iiiipnilnnl for the Turku to kcip mi tin IiIiihI Mv of (lerinniiy, becauc, ui'tmilitif: In llii! (;lilcne;ii lticoril-lliriilil, I lull is llio one power lu Kuropc imioii which they lU'iH'iiil for prutd'liiiii iluir niiiy fiiciiil' -ninoni; the iintions At longns llcr- many stiuuls liy Turkey tin re is nn danger nf troulilc ith Vniiiic or an other uar witli Idi'.ln, liiil the ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 22 November 1901

Comforting lmprovment Plnehlwik-Ah, doctor! t ite you eon ttnua your vi.ila lo mjr neighbor, Clufflnter, bow 11 h, by the war, tt innrnlna:! Doctor I am glad to he able to report a noticeable improvement In hit cae. "Imleeill It he ahle to do anythlnit)et?" " ei, Merit lie was able to pay hit bill jetterday, and that'a a marked Imritove ment, aa compared to tre bulk of mjr pa tients." Riehmond T)iipatcli. I " 1 Primitive Weaarai. It li perhaps cot K'lernlly known that the defense of l'eklnjj It tlll large, ly Intrusted to men nrmcd only with bona nnd arrows. A recent Imperial decree lolemnly directs thct tlioae wlio ! "auccfe'd In hitting the target ultli 1 their arrow-son imrieuaek lite timet be plten" aucb and lueh reuards, while those nho manage to lilt the mark four tlnica on font and once on horse back and four tlmca on foot only aliall be proportionately recompensed. The decree coreltidea with u lltt of the pre Ileal fur liar Il.nirl.. No matter what alia yon, headache to a ta...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 22 November 1901

..c TRIBUNE. l-'rlday, - November 2c, lool. cupv one Year In Advance $1.00. .! (1 Months In Advance 60c. Nindivlllo SluctfiilB. , dumber your houecM lliilcumb mile tomorrow. Go 10 tho cuun home tonight .:. II. Williams' child In Mill et) Kick. Ojioru house tomorrow livening u nilil. inking, tnuttlo, mirth Nnshvlllo UlluillH. aliool entirlnlnment next Wed Ml.iy evening. ( V. 12. Ki ni.t r Is vlnltlng rcl- la I'llllUII. r O. l.owirj, world', challenge itilt.ictl lorncttnt. Juhu brown, 01 Joncsburg, wiin 1. this city Mommy, iv lllliim Wlinf , hi New Florence, vim 111 tin (i eil 'limsdny John Ji'lluis, 11. 'ow Florence, vit In thin cit.i Ntcdncmlny. 'tuin Itonnu.r, ui Mnrtlnsburg, vlmted Irk'iKU lit ti .Sunday, ll InutJitii, i.iiiiH you, don't go to fci'u iliu Niihliviliu Student. Mian Undid Muwnrl of I'rnhlhl tluu Hjicnt bunuuj In 1I1U city. I). 11, Sailor loiijiped 11 carload of cattle to Hi. l.iiUiH Monday night. ItcpreHcntntlvit Muliry, of Well villc, wiih on our mkti Wi-tlnm-Uny. s...

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

a' ' 4 rW THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 10 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI,' FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1901. NO. 8. Military Company for Montgomery City. ' tjioo. ih.' wen entertained Friday cvenlnir by Miss Gertrude Thoorirnnlinllonof a military compnny at this placo, to bo fully shnt) nt )lcr ,caulltul homo on .tnthnrltiftfl. A rnmnftiiv of ho mo T0 or AO Younif Hllllflo men In II tho comprint, ih organized, ft nuuao.o urni nan win uo po .......I Vilti wilt lin tin, nrmnntnt headnuartcrs of tho comtilinv. mill meetings for drill will bo held about ononlKht In each wock likely Tuesday nights. Tho duties of tho mombors will not Interfere with individual buslnoas, nnd dlscharKos can be procured nt any time on cliniico of residence, or on nppllcatfpn approved by tho company olll cers. Under the law the company offlcors must bo choson by ballot, a two-thirds majority being nccosnry to elect. Thocoinpaii If orjnnlied, will becomo ono of tno companies ol tho Fourth Uo(;linunt of the National Guard of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 6 December 1901

ROOSEVELT TO CONGRESS Sends His First Annual Message to the Senate and House of Representatives, MAKES RECOMMENDATIONS ON IMPORTANT QUESTIONS. Eulogizes the Late President McKinley xnd Advocates Stern Measure for Anarchists-Proposes Trust Legislation Along the Lines of Pub lic.. yFa.vors Government Construction of Irrigation Works Urges Construction of Isthmian Canal and Laying of Pa cific Cable - Asks Legislation for the Colonics and Reciprocity for Cuba - Would Exclude Chinese. Tho following It comprehensive urn mar y or President Jtoosevell'a mettag to congress; Tim prraldent begin hi- first annual cbinmuulcatOn with an nfflclal announce tntnt of Iht death o( Ih lata FrIdent McKinley, uml a eulogy o( hla former chief in which he aayai "It la not too much In aay that at Iht tlma of Frealdent MoKlnley'a death ht lha moat wldly-lovd tnau In all Ua United Htatea, while wo have never had an public man of hla poult Ion who haa been ao wholly free from the tiller anl mosltle incident to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 6 December 1901

a-a"WWr""i. 1 'V .......'J...M..4..nt. ...vy'w I, m IK. I r h v A WHAT A LEADING AGRICOL1. CRIST SAYS OF WEST ERN CANADA. Prof. Thnmaa Shaw at Mlaaetota Vulvar. Itr Olvea aa I'ablaatd OvIbIob, In a letlrr to "The Krmer,"8t. Paul, dated Sept. lit, 1001, 'l'rot. Thorn Shaw, of the Minnesota Stnte Unlver ally, haa the following to j, after li-vlng made a trip through Western Canndai The capahllltle of the Inimentn urea known aa Weatern Canada are but tittle un'deratood on thla aldeot the line. Our people arc npt, to look upon It at a region of froaVondanow.n, coun try In which but small portion of the Innd relatively will' erer be tillable became of the Vlgora of the climate. True, the climate U cold In winter, but WCitern Canada haa, nerertheleaa, uat that aort of climate which make :t the tnriat reliable wheat producing :ountry In all the continent. AN 11IMK.NBK AUKA. Weatern Canada la not only an Im mense area, but the tame deacrlptlou will apply to thixe portlona of the country tha...

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

THE TRIBUNE PubliHlied Every Krldny HV THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO. A. B. Kkam.k', Managing Editor. The depositions in tlie Ctmlwell libel snitiimke both interesting and iiiHtructivc rending. Coh Moses Wetmoru, the giant trust slayer linn once more surrendered to the climnm of the lady on tht silver dollar. Since moving into the Uttegrovc building on the ground floor theTitniUNKliiis quarters Hecond to no paper in the county for appearance and convenience. Stop in und nee our new office- when pawing. Tha democratic legislature elected in 1898 passed the St. Louis Street Railway Consolidation bill, permitting the organiza tion of the Transitcompnuy, the most gigan tic trust in Missouri. It now appears from the testimony in the Cnrdwell libel suit that the Htreet railwnyH handed $(5,000 to the Democratic State committee to help elect this legislature. Sec any connection? The Kepuhlicau editors convention lield at St. Joseph last month was attended from every quarter of the Stte. The con v...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 6 December 1901

THE TRIBUNE. Friday December 6 1901. Neighborhood News, As Told by Our Assistant Editor. Wc deslro to thank our assistant editors for their efforts In making their page the strongest feature possible. To keep pace with this progress wo will next week devote two pages to them. We would llko to sea the two pages Oiled. Let's pull together nml make these iwe pages strong features. Wanted An assistant editor from every place In the county where wc haven't one. Rhlneland. Hy. Fchllnga and wife of Morri son were visiting their daughter, Mrs. II. T. Struttmann. Hugo Wcndrlng, who has been working near Peers, during tho summer, Is spending the winter at homo. John Anderson spent a few days of last week in St. Louis. Mrs. Franz Ilvylng Is on the sick list. A turkey BUDDcr was given at Btarkonburg on Thanksgiving of which ft great many partook. Tho bank paraphernalia of Bank of Rhlneland has been moved to tho Hoylng Building on Main street where business Is now being none. J. J. Mcrltt, cashi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 6 December 1901

-t-S'-" i. .12 9 SI. iiS 1 Current Items of Interest In Connec tion With the Louisiana Purchase Celebration. DETAILS ARE RAPIDLY WORKING OUT. t Hi r-reaenl Interest l.nra'alr Canter In the aronml-Ilreaklnir Oremunlee December A Ileautlfat ! renlr sharel Ita Been Jllnde Knr the Ocenslon. 81, Xoul, I)rc. 1. First Vlce-rrt-Went Cortvln II. Sptnccr, recently re turned from the cunt, state tlint eastern manufacturer are, taking (treat Interest In the Louisiana Par chase exposition, nml will be better represented nt It thnn at any former World' fair nt home or abroad. Water-color sketches of plan for the Federal building at the tit. Loul World' fair hate been approved and signed by the secretary of the treas ury, and nro now awaiting the ap proved signatures of the postmaster Central and secretary of the Interior, National Commissioner Allen says that there will be an Informal nnd un. official meeting of the national com mission nnd tlie Iniard of lady man ager at the Mnnhattan hotel, New...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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