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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 6 December 1901

.(".V" V ViV1' r'VM THE TRIBUNE. rolillihnl lie THIS TIlIIIUNr. 1'IIINTIMO CO. A. SI. KKADIK, Mnrln Editor. UONTQOMUllY. Missouri. THE BROKEN GUITAR. BALLADE. In the duit of a lone corner l Ins Wbere letter aro piled b the wall, Where no aour.d save of echoea repl-rloa; Cornea ever from garret or halt, And there light through r.o caieinent un fall. Not even the gleam of lUr, Remote, and unheeded by all. la rlbbonlei , broken guitar. And at duek ae the eunset If drlnir The crlckete wee aentlne's call, Like aentrlea their challengea crying, Shrill piping from crevlcet email, And the Kind from the poplar-treea' fall Creaka rfoora that are (landing ajar, While fading In tvtllliht'a dim pall la a rlbbonleie. broktn guitar, AM where now la the bold lover alghlng Who danced long ago at the bill With Ita mlelrfM, ami brooked no denying A klta when he folded her hwlt Ilia love-letter here, 'lit scrawl What ahadone we vain mortata aret Since all that ealita to recall la a rlbbonleff, broken g...

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. — 6 December 1901

THE TRIBUNE. Friday, . December, 6 1901. Subscription Kates. One Copy One Year In Advance $1.00. One Copy 6 Months In Advance noc. One Copy 3 Month In Advance 33c. Como In and tell uh whnt you know nml wo will tell you what wo know, thon what you know nnd what wo know others will know also. Will Hons soont Hundnv In Hi. Louis. Martin's Orocory for your Xitian candle, nnd nuts. C. F. Kraft, of Crows Honds, de livered hogs In this city Monday, Mrs. W. W. Worloy entertained thi) Croklnolo Club Thursday night. A suggestion 1 Calling cards Jnnko a nlco Xmas present. Wo print them. I'hll Miller returned to Itnnnlbnl I-'rldny noon. Miss Lorn Mudd returned to her school duties In Now l-'lorcnce Monday morning. O. l'ltmnn Smith returned Tuesday afternoon from n busi ness trip to St. Louis. Wanted, ohlckens nnd crk3 at Mahtin'h Grocery. Quality toll. Prices sell at Mahtin'h Grocery. Tim TitlliUNK from now until Jan. 1st, 1003 for 31.00 Elliott Hughes camo up from St. Louis Wednesday. Harry Ja...

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. — 13 December 1901

L i 35 THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 10 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1901. NO. 9. National fluard Company Orga nlied. That Montgomery City will soon have ono of the Xatlonnl Guard Companlo's of the Stntc Is now an assured (act. Tito young men o( Montgomery nnd vicinity for warded to the Adjutant General ottho Stato last week their applica tion to bo mustered In nnd equipped ah n company. The application has been granted and the company will In tho courso of about ten days bo mustered In. Tho company wilt tako tho placo In tho mllltn of tho State of tho Hannibal company which has been mustered out. Uniforms and guns will bo furnish ed by tho State. Tho Company will elect Its own ofllcers, and after It Is mustered In a armory and drill hall will bo secured. When on duty or at drill tho company wilt bo under tho dlsclpllno nnd regulations of tho regular army. 52 young men havo signed tho ap plication to bo admitted as mem bers of tho company. The Presbyterian Bazaar. ...

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. — 13 December 1901

FOREIGN ITEMS OF INTEREST. , PURELY PERSONAL. IN THE WAY OF VARILTY. POEMS FOR THANKSGIVING. .SCOTCH PROVERBS. HrHUh Rofd eoln ont par. In IS la nlloy. In allier, 18 part In 210. 8cve.il hundred niul trrenlv-tnii wnlcr bailiff lock after IiViiImIi stream. I'rof. Koch, Ihe noted llerlln phy alclan, lion hern given Hie. rnnk of major general by llmner-or William. The first civic knight In Knglnnd, wan filr Wllllnm Wiilnnrth, lore! In 1,000 gallon of ordinary 'limine Mayor of l.ondti, who iviin knighted wter there nrn fi.nr poiiniU of rlny ' taT hilling Wat Tjlcr. nd noil In Miapciialon, i I'rof. A. Koch, of Jlrhtelbe rg, p The check nhlch t..ii through the! P"!"1 lucatlnn ' mpto.v London' clearing linuse In K week ' "'cut the blind al.nuld In- soiled nm more, limn riiunl In amount to nil I '" ncrord.iiice with the precedence of the coin In Hip world. Japan, whrrc they arc much in dc- Whe.it. ryv, turnip and llnx mc . '"""' n expert in massage, drervimlnir cron hi (Jrcnt Itrltnln. .lam...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 13 December 1901

ei mm fnV - 111; iinni-wttrkiiiff, pninatnk W log, cnnacleiitlnua mid oflen giurii joiing wiiuicn wnu write dm aoelety newa fur, uaily paper hale lota llml In thnt her duty wn iloni, though nt tlic rxpcnae of a liurl lirnrt iiuil bruited pride. Tin- city editor if thr llrcrre re ceived n ti-nutlfnlly cngrnicd lull- . - - -fft - CLAVDD MELJVOTTE'S FOUTVJVE J Jz BY LEROY ARMSTRONG. C"rI"f bl, ltol.br Anlhort trMkal I tonic wny nro harder tlinn tlmae of tntlnu to Mr. Kenwood' reception, nil other people. It I their" to del It wna n general Invitation nml 111' keenly the fuel Hint tunny aoelety I tended fur nil) lurmlicr of the ntnll women huic mure million th.iti liinu-' that t li c hrnil of ttiiuga chute to c- Phop. .sr.MimriT, of tin- fpper Midland unltcralty faculty, n pot iahtit gentleman of the hlghcat Intel lictual nttnliimcntt, a widower with nne chilli n daughter whine ngc nun So yenra, mid whine charina. buth mental mid phjalcal, Iiuil drlvi.li more thnn one j oun limn to the ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 13 December 1901

THE TRIBUNE Publtwliticl livory I'rldny liv THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO. A. 11. Ivkaim.k, Muniiintf I'Mitor. Rend the Tihihint. mid Uuu postal. rave columns of Country pnpui'rt Hint Mpucf for fro tickets to tli Hun Ilut-pluy would olisirf tliuJr county 11 cool?"") for tlie Hamc survicc iirnvitlt'tl opposition were ruled out. Chips. There is not a prettier or butter town for its izc in the State tlmn Montgomery City. It will some day have industries that will make it as prosperous as it is pret ty, IIuhiicsh men should gel together ami bring this state of affairs ahout in the near future if possible. Nothing succeeds with out energy. That the Republicans will stand on equal chance with the Democrats in this county at the next election is now an appar ent fact. There is no reason why the Ue publiean should not elect their entire ticket. If they will nominate young active men, who will work from the day thry are nomi nated till the polls close to he elected, the entile ticket will be victo...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 13 December 1901

THE TRIBUNE. r Friday December 13 1901. Exchmgc Clippings. Tmxtan Oor, loJonnmira; Joiirnl. Mrs. Joe Goodwin has moved out to her farm west o( town. Win, Htm hni a elnsa of nbout forty students attending Ills vocul school nt tho Ocrmnn church. V. K.Hupoof Montgomery City was the juc.t of hit brother John during Thanksgiving. Tlio Thiol residence wns pur chased last week by the M. K. church trustee for n parsonage Prim Sj.KJO.00. Master Claudus U. Martin, the ' 0J,$i'44 twclvo year old son of John Martin of Williamsburg, composed the following Intelligent essay on( "Cow:" 1 110 cow it a domestic nniiiut, and very useful In ninny respects. Every portion of her body I now 7 used. Flral her flesh Is used for ' her milk Is used to drink meat; and for making butter and cheese. Tho cow's body Is covered with halrand tho hair Is used In plaster lug. Iter hide Is used for making boots, shoos, harness and many other thliig.4. Hlood and offal wero onco thrown uwny but now go Into I fertilizers...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 13 December 1901

Henry Sparks Buys a Horse IT WAS evening, an hour after din ner, when Henry Hparka, surround, ed by Ma family, mi at (lie cleared dining-room talile reviewing hooka, Henry la the literary editor of the Detly llreeze. Henry wasn't feeling well that evening, n fuel that boded III lor the young womon who had writ ten the new note), "The Onry I'atli to Fame." which Mr. Hnarks Inst iden had under consideration. The young est sparks kid tipped nirr the Ink bot tle, Hriir) swore. The linprrratlon, rather n mild one, nan Intended to be Under hid breath, but It m heard and the eldest dnuirhter left the room locking grleicd, while Mr. Hparka looked rather more than shocked. 'Henry," ahr said, "you need exer cise. You are Irrllablr and "hot alto gether proper, Slnri-you'te been lit erary editor you've stuck so close to the ofllce and house- that jour temper has auffrrrd and e hate differed with It. When ton were night police re porter you were ever ao much nicer, because Jim had plenty of outd...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 13 December 1901

IH VARIOUS PLACES. Three new railway lines are project 4 in Turkey, Cuban railroads are cotuiellel bjr tbelr charter! to carry malls free. Japan lent 61 hlp through the Suez canal lout year, or more than Spain (34) or Denmnrk (37) nnd near If un many n Italy (82). The lloangho, or Yellow rlter, of Chlnn, la 2,801) mllra III length, mid drains a territory equal to one-third the nrca of the I'nltcd States. The new Spanish Income tax sclied Hie la based on the Idea of taxing busi ness protlts wherever found. Hunks mutt pay 13 per cent, of their lncuni to the government, besides Ave per cent, more on nil dividend paid, unite ordinary corporations must pay 12 per cent, on Income and right per cent, on dividends. The marshy ground of the tlnnges Helta, with Mm vast masses of rcgcta tlon, decaying under n tropical sun. Is the native home of the rholern In that pestilential region the cholrra and plague are found every year nnd all the year round. I'.very rholern epi demic which has desnlat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 13 December 1901

f t r--. , ,,fr. .,. .mw,,- wwr' f JUST ARRIVED! Our complete line of Holiday Goods including iiresentB for nil. Any one who wiintH to purcluiHc a Christinas Gift no mutter whether nn elaborate article or a mere trifle can make the lcnt selection and et the most favorable terms by looking through our complete stock of HOL8DAY GOODS l "We claim for nut: Holiday display General Excellence in Quality, Great Variety, ami very reasonable price, making it beyond question or doubt the ----- - Right Place to Get the Right Gifts at the Right Prices. Besides our Large line of Fancy Goods Fine China Novelties and Notions will have a large line of Candies and Cigars in Xmas Packages. Do not fail to come in and see our display, e 5 ramp U 9 The Leading Druggists. THE RTIBUNE. Sh-lghrldlng I lliu urclrr )f tin hour. Friday, - December, 30 Atti'ml tltc im'IkiiiI cntcTtaliinu'iit """Ito-nlKht. Kilgur lti'ld rpcut 11 fowliourn In WYIInvlllc Tliiirnlny. Suliscrlptlon Hates. Ono Copy Onj Vcnr In Advan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 December 1901

THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 10 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1901. NO. 11. May a Happy, Prosperous Year Be The Portion Of All. '4 Missouri Democracy Convicted. Mr. Cnnhvoll sold ttint tho lobby of Jefferson Clly owned the Demo crntlo Stote Central Committee. Tho Kcpubllo sold Mr. Cnrdwell was a liar. Mr. Cordwell sued tho Republic for libel. Depositions wore token (or tho plnlntlft. Tho plaintiff proved his cobc, proved thnt corporations coughed up money for campaign expenses, proved Hint In cosnldcrntlon of such coughing, members of tlio Statu C'ommlttc' lobbied against bills In fnvor of corporations. Tho men who collected tho money for tho Stnto Commlttco nnd who lobbied In tho Interest of tho cor porations woro tho tnnio, Tho Chairman of tho Stnto Commlttco wns to bo called upon to depose ns to tho fncts, when, n mysterious "Mr. Drown" pops up nt lCnnsns City, pnys plnlutllT Cnrdwell n sum estimated nt from 8,50U to $7,500, nnd Mr. Cnrdwell dismisses his suit a...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 December 1901

MR lllll. Counsel for Rear Admiral Sampion File Objection! to Admiral Dewey'i Report WANT CERTAIN PARTS STRICKEN OUT. PurtlenUr Mtwm la l,ld Ipon lUm Knot ThM th .irUun nf Whu was In CommmmiI llMrlnw th lUt mtm Was Not ImcImiWiI In Hie Vim vpt Vor thm Cowrt of Inqulrr Wakhington.tJcc. 21. Tic objection uf Admiral V. T. Bumps on to that portion of Admiral I)cvt-- report of tho Hcbley court of Inquiry In nlilcU Lc ny Admiral Hcfiley ns In com maud at I lie battlo oil Bnntlatfo nnd entitled to tho credit for tho lclory, wan filed with Secretary Long Friday. Tho document wnn brought to tho navy department by Air. K. H. Tlicall, of couimcl for Admiral 8amtmon( and handed to tho .secretary. It Ih a fol low t No. tO llroad Blrwt, New York, Dec. 19. IWI. Wn Ai cotiniol for ItMiroAilmlral Kutnn pan, w hnv tho honur l rMUct thai tht ilrprirtmvnt, for rwtiiuiij Itvlow Int nl. ttik out or MppiitU'iitiy ilfHpirov that iMirtlun uf Admiral lwvy'm opinion filed In connection wllh th proce-Mlim of t...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 December 1901

1 amBmW5Vjrttht'-TrQm i C r . I 7 Wlt tV.Wat! itSMaMK f. p. r' THE TRIBUNE. I'ulilltlird llf TBB TlttlllKK l'UINTINU CO. A. II. KKAlll.K. lnlng Kdltor. MONTOOMLItY. I M1SS0UM. BATHtNO AT TilK ZOO. k Elephant, the Bit n the this, paaaes- Are Very Fond of Ihr Wales-, The quip of Hit old author who sny hit the illlTcrcncr between civilized and uncivilized men lira In the (act that the former In then and the lat ter doti not, has lone been dllrored Toy fact. Hut If the difference of n bath made the cltlllred limn, the zoo con tains a number of animals "ho can fIrly claim the benefit of thcdlstliic lion whether It make them civilized li cot altogether elrar. -There In the elephant, for Instance. It rejolcea In a huge tank sunk In the ground, to which an Incline In aunk, nnd "herein the pachyderm may enjoy iticlf. There are two eleplmnta nt the oo, but the bigger duran't bathe, lie's too fierce, wild and tintractnlde to be let out of hla cage. Ho they keep hlra securely chained, nnd whrn ...

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. — 27 December 1901

1 '-k--.-,. 5.- - I'm' -m,yi;v' THE TRIBUNE. Friday December 37 1901. Neighborhood Nowh, As Told by Our AstUtant Editor. To Our AultUnt Editors: Our wish ! that It bo your lot to enjoy a happy and a prosperous year. The year that In pant ha boon a fairly prosperous ono for "The TnmuMK" and wo nttrlbuto It all to tho faithfulness and loyalty of our assistant editors, ourpatrons and our ofllco force We plodgc our allegiance anew to all those who havo ko kindly assisted us and wo will all pult to gcthorln 1002. Wo thank nil who havo contribute od to our success and wlnli them unmeasured success In the year fast approaching. Now Hopo. I'lcnty of snow on tho ground, and sleighing Is good. Pretty cold wan tho past week. Tho thermometer nt 18 mid 20 de gree below zero. MIkh Florence Dunenn mid Hlock Oliver wcro In Montgomery City Sntnrday. William Appling bought it land of corn In tha city Inst Snturdny. Sum 1'i'iin nnd .lnhn Cox mndnn husslncss trip to Montgomery City Inst Thursday. Our H...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 December 1901

. - fti THE TRIBUNE. Friday December 37, I90I. Meadow Lark has moderated since C. C. !6silor put up Ico last Saturday. Jos. Blackshaw attended preach ' Ung at Walnut Drove tho Fourth Sabbath Inst., pronounced tho (sermon excellent tho assistant minister (Rev. Manus) delivered. Mr. and Mrs. McMahan wcro in .Montgomery shopping Monday. J, S. Ducnkcl butchered hogs Hast Thursday ho thinks ho profit ed by (ceding wheat as he had a hog so largo It couldn't be scalded, served It as a cow, skinned It. Messrs Josslo and Clarence Mc- .Mahan spent Saturday evening with Master Harry Lewis, Jcsslo was declared tho champion enrrom player. Miss Daisy Collins gives only .Xmas day vacation, she. Is a wldo .awake teacher, docs not let picas tiro Intcrfcro with business. Mrs. M. Uptcgrovo saw a grey fox on her premises Sunday. Will somo one please Inform Cl&udo Ducnkcl that spring ""Jjg-joo -not winter is mo nine iu tiuuti lflowcrs especially daisies. N.C, Mrs. T. M. Marlow and daughter Dlancho B...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 December 1901

FVffli 0SI,........,,,W.,,,, 9 t-ONH-alonf t( th ini.Tnlghl hour ill I In (I, n y tout arid Ilirklnff ound of the w.nd'i now Plaint, UMlr.if the time kp by, rrontlmc Meh to the oilier' thounht, with lh moon's face, nwctt and thin, A-watch at thpncc of lh window plac, walUntf the year twin Walllnfc tm uuhcr the OM Year out and wet eom the New Year In. Hem- m'Aul with icrief and tiln henry, hud bowrd with tram. Worn with the weight of Morrow hand, not with th Wfluht uf tdim: And 'twtit ua mnny a thine of woe, man? a inousnl or tin, JWhlte tho moon oiitft.ile. like a pure-eye bride, wan wnltlmr iti Vi-nr tirln Waltlnic ua uglier the Old Yt.ir out and welcome lh New Year In. Uf tout It anoke In the atltly rfark-tpokt, and1 I ahrnnk and heard. The chorda nt my Iwlnff puld and leaped, nfTrUJitcl like cr.nt.vr Mrdi t htard, and I knew lh.it auch woidt wrre triii- whiu (he nw moon, p ret and thin. With and aiirprlia In htt lendtr tjvc wn wBUinc llie year bruin -'Waltlnic u uher the Old Ytir...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 December 1901

mi in imr rn IMPLEMENT HOUSE. Everr I'mm should lime n llullillnaj for the tliirnsie of Machlnerr nil Tools, Diversified fanning call (or a (treat variety of tools nnil nRricul. lural Implements, anil na these arc ueil during only n fractional part of the year tho nvcrago farmer lajt them nndlu In n hurry) to liuicli bo, even, that ha generally neglects to oil tho pollhel surfaces of plows, iipailef, sickle ami tho like, ami when again he vvanta to use them hp Hilda, atnitl that they will not work well. The fact la, he moy conlilrr hlmaelf fortiinatc If they nro not out of order to inch an extent aa to require n great deal of repairing. Valuablo time In conseipienco l lost imi'u:mi:nt housix In putting the machinery Into prop er working condition, ami tnui it la that n larger percentage of ngrlenl I ural implement rot or mat out than wear out. .ceordlnglv, money uaed III erecting suitable- liulhllnga In which to atorc wagona, sleighs, mow. era, grntn binders, renpera, corn har veste...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 December 1901

THE TRIBUNE. C....,..-Ii o-- ' 1. kJHun,iiiiiiuii nllirii i vne Mnv line Ttmmr in ahviiim v t tn "Undo Tom'H Cnbln", Vcdiics i tiny, Jan. 1st. Prof. Collclt In spending the week nt Fulton. Hoy J Iron enmo up from St. Louis Tuesday. Floyil Kldwull enmo up from St. Louis Tufchtlny. Elmer ttrown Is' Kpciidcnp; tliu week with homo folks. Mis Stolln Itodcvm enmo from W'nnenton Inst r'rldny. Snm Hughe in t-pcmllni; holtihivN with homo folks. Will Focdcrhiso enmo up from St. Louis III" first of Hid week. Jnck C'nrr of Jefferson City Hpcilillnu; the week lit this plnce. Horn, Hominy, Doc. Kind, to Mrs. Junto llossiiiiiti near town, n loy. Mnrloti Konl of Now Florence Mttfcri-d n slroltoof paralysis Inst week. l'rof. .J. O. Henderson nml wife ennui up from Wentzvllle Inst Knl-unliiy. .Mis liululi Tlmrp of VIslllu spent Kiintlny wllli friends nt this pllll'l!. Tim Tiiini'Ni; wn Into KcttliiK Ollt tills 'At'l'k on nccotint of Ink InU Xinns ilny off. Ilolovor Owens nml Itulph Head of Mexico nvi...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 3 January 1902

M F $5 4e THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. V VOLIO MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1902. 8aturdayAs hls brother, i NC ( -orris ara p Iron. ' T. J. POWELL DEAD. I Christmas Wedding. After an illness of over a month, I Tamsk HonoKUH- At tho homo of 'which grew worse nndmoro serious 'Mr. and Mrs. S. n. Mlllei', on as time passed, Mr. Powell died at Chrlstmns Day, between the bourn his homo at Now Florcuco Tuesday ' of twelve ntul one, occurred tho grooming at 5 o'clock. Ago 71 year 'marriage of Mr Frnnk John Tnmsk 3 month and 10 days, Ills family , to Mrs. May Hell Rodgers, Rov. G. was about him during his Illness W. McCrakcn Omclatlng. ,anit wcro nttcntlrn to every wnnt In tho presence of about thirty and need but earo and medical ' Invited guests Ilev. McCraken attention had to glvo way to his spoke tho words which joined those dlscaso nnd troubtes. Uo was ' two for life. Tho ceremony though first taken down with asthma with short, was very Impressive. After which ho had been au...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 3 January 1902

Mm V " ) t . l t t f 4 I Jit Airship, Sister to the f Maine, Succcst- ( Takei Water. i F 6000 WIHE ON HER PROW l (Inic lrrftrMrl lir JlUn irUrell, ..I Ml.nMrl- llrllTcrrtl tir nrert" he ftnvr Liirii Mnd hM ' ' l!""rl. f.NYwn, Vu., Dr. S9. At k Saturday morning llic Jdilp Mlnnouriwii launched llmprrnnite ccrcmnulcn. An (I fighter 1lpH-d down lliu Marian Corkrrll. daughter cc'ircii, or .Minniuri, wtti i! wine if .Minnnurl tliilngc I her. ! the Minnnurl," wild Minn bcnlde whom nlronl tier f lienor, Minn Marl" limit, .....1 l I-.. VI..,.!..... rtfcFMiK i ...inn Mi j,.f H Ivmta ,1,iiil,t..i. of , .lohn A, lr. Film big nhlp IiikI gilded nil lit lulu Ilia will it, the crowd riichU' iilntfitrni ifiim three Sfur MIhh (.'i('l(rrll, three fur fiiy mill iny, three fur Sccrc Cong, Hun 1 1 " fur tlm nhtt 1 i before tlm prnpn vrrrv knoekril Jnn nihtrfnn twin ib-lltcrcd by nry .luliii I), i,mig. Iretnry I.oiig until, In pnrtl uic lircn Ihlcrenti-d In tin- rlr nlgncd liy iiiuiiy eminent (III' my Ix-...

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