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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 3 January 1902

THE TRIBUNE. robllitird llf TBB TIIIIIDNR t'lllNTINO CO. A. II. KEADLE, lnlm Editor. MONTQOUKUV. l 1 UISS0U1IL THE DAY THE OLD MAN QUIT. "The day the old man quit w wtnt To with him well and a goodbyj llr food before ua, iAle and betU With little Urt him but to diet 'To-day," he tremMlnjc nUl "I give ly cares to younger hand at tail X turn away, worn out, to live With those nhorc uiefulneaa la put 'And here another matter' will, Imtead of mine, nhnll be Mipremc; lAnd here affairs ltl llourUh otlll While 1, forgotten, nod and dream Ah thii It Is that breaks my lieartt It but one whtrrlnit whvcl would ceaie 2ta turnlruc after 1 depart 1 might give up and go in peace." !V shook his hand that dlimalday And vowed to hold his memory dear. And as he slowly moved nwuy The ground was wet with many a tearl The word was given! the wheels began Their old aecuitomrd whirring then, And on the morrow the old man Came hobbling back to workaniln. -S. 13, Klitr. In C'hlcagu Itecord-llrrahj. CALEB'S Q...

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. — 3 January 1902

I TRIBUNE. Jamiuary 3 100a. I fc;-.. fuship;i1)orlioo(1 Nowh, f Malnf by Our Assistant Editors, (Take j JFGOOD' Jono8DurK- . Crumti wax in IIIl'Ii II (.in pdny on business. n n,llomo ot Warrcnton !,,'?''lily nljthl calling ,ll, fuJ"' 'Venn j" weaver 01 m. i.oinx visit wax on 1 1...... ... I Iffm-l my Ixj n lu.nil! nn(e nf X x i f ( Gamma. Mrs. Anna Baugh Is qulto sick. I Miss Vlrglo Sparks entertnltcd 1 her friends Wednesday evening. Undo Jack Hurls Is seriously 111. MIhh Canute Drown o( Marling and Emmctt I'uw attended preach ing nt Wnluut Orovo Thursday evening. L. C. I'lltengcr, wife and baby spent Wednesday villi Nell An kron and family ol West Prairie. Tom Mabry returned to St. Charles Monday after spending Xmns with Ills family. Emmctt I'ow, who Is attending school at Columbia Is visiting re lntlvcs and friends In tills neigh borhood. Will Duncan and family of Bowling Ureen spent thu holidays with Hen Duncan and family, .lack lllsey and sitter, Miss I'd- 1111 ami Miss Corn Hro...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 3 January 1902

THE TRIBUNE Published Every Kriduy liY THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO. A. 1J. Kkadlk, Mniinging Editor. "Vu are now in eoninnign year, and now Is the thno for every licpuhlicun in tlie Coun ty who desires to wee party Riieeced to help the good cause along hy subscribing or re newing for the 'I'm hunk. A meeting of the ollieers of the new Republican I'Mitorial Assoeiation was held in St. Louis Dee. '21st. plans were discussed for innking a united effort in the approach ing campaign. The Republicans of Mis souri are working as never before and the State will be lauded in the Republican col umn the fourth of next November, Tt shows a hoodoo game so false and so potent as to damn them in thu eyes of every man not blinded with partisan prejudice. Jt shows a falseness to principle so perfidious as to subject to the contempt of every honest man. It sIiowh a barter and sale of the rights of the common people that ought to cause an uprising of a wrathful constitu ency that would drive the money cha...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 3 January 1902

r7 i-j If' ' r PUZZLE PICTURE. "CORONATION." SERVIA'S SCHOOL SYSTEM V c'llf of K' lo lliaT Ruef what NATinxi.iTV ioi; Tint iii:riu:i:Tf 'A Mr 11 .forJKES A DISCOVERY. ,..y ) onrf.yns Cltlsin Learoi Thit Chlneie M' At Uumin. "lilncio laiiiulrjmaiin human ' nryJ"' n gmtlciiinii nt 11 late rriiirjiccordlng to the Xitv Orlram mf)cmocrn. "Why, uf course "'iP'iUHurcil one me-iulicr of. tliu r",'lliiantly. "Wlioevcrlliouglit nnlaTV wnr" "Von linvo niisncrttl of .t Ion ni I woiilil linvc liail )ott El-it," continmil I lie- first utntlc- gravely. "Your imnu'r voices otiulnr opinion uf llicio poor. forking nnttniti tti.il wo liavu our cities. 'J licy nrc rorriatirrs, are enigmas, wel;iiii uulliini; icm. Wcilu not oven consider ii 01 fellow human licingi. Hut c Knew llio liUlory uf carli man: o could know wlinttforsoii lit-liiiid vollow iimik, irvminulv without prefilon, Hint veil tln soul of lliu .'Ivitlal trailicr of our collars, e luld probalily not be-eo prune to look on mem at tilings apa...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 3 January 1902

r - T FEEDING CONTROLLER. Eseellenl Detlee for Keeping flora Oat aC the Trim nil Millie I'uar Inar In the Mop, A good tin Ice fur 'keeping hofra out of the trough Millie pouring the ilop In the trough li made In the follov.lii manner: lime the trough setting parallel to the fence nuil elotc to It, If you hate mi old door on hnir nt trougli It Hill do tery ncll. llrlrc a 001 1 In at rneli end of the trough and TL BE lioa ri:i:iiMi co.ntiioi.i.i:h. fallen n seantllni? to the top of these (a). Kasten a pair of hinges to the aide of the door nnd hinge It to want ling, then take two riimll pieces about Sil Inelim and one foot long, (b) and call tlirru on the door about to Inches apart ns shown In cut, Tiike n not he r pleec (c) about Iho nine na other lo and put a pin In to puah It backward and forward with. l'ut tliln In be tnecii plrcra (b) nnd put lo pieces, (d) across to hold It on. When J ml want to put slop In the trough pull up the bolt nnd fcwlng the door nut so that It co vera t...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 3 January 1902

fete; sr. inuary 3, 190J. f&lntlon Unit. . HYr I" Advance $1.00. I ..illttia In Ai1tanj Aiv. (Inn tint our UmnkH rKfBpontn few hour In , Sunday. Wnrlntid ciiIIhIn IHIh week lnt'.NK render. I ' r.c Whllu ( Mexico npcnl with home fiilk.i. .'tcplicna of Sllex wax tnlllng nil(f )b nt thin plnci) Sunday. I'nvcler of near town iniiili' I leu nn npprcclnti'd mil liift :k 1 i'. IIdU of Cri)HH UlKlllH ;-,u1h officii n niiWniillnl cull ylq Harris of i'ulton xpvnt a ("Jyiitlie Ilrnt of tile, week (it '3" Kvcrtt Spear Hpcnt n few dnyn InKt. LouIh thlH work. lame McMahnn Is confined to hlH lieu with pneuinotilit. l'hlllp Miller, of Hannibal, spent a fow day In thU city. l'rof. Claudu Leach wan calling on frlciuln In thU city, .Sunday. .lolin llnrlicr, of St. L011U, epent n few diiyn tha Ilrnt of the week at thla place, fuw Iioum with relatives In Wclla vllli', .Sunday. Old papers for alo at this office, 15o per hundred. Mlns Cannln Damcron returned to KlrkBvlllo Wednesday. K. II. AlKcrmUncn ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 10 January 1902

THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. vk nniuiutur s mis brother belt's broth ' nccldently VOL. 10 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1902. WASHINGTON LETTER. From Reaular Correapondant. Invested thnt no quotation of lilt I remarks be mn dn In print but thorn wan n twinkle In IiIh eye when I congratulated lilm on the suc cess of his tnctlcs In thnt they had reduced tho price of the I'nnnmn THI2 nissATisriin) dhmocrat. On County Alfnlrs, .Manners and Methods Washington, Jnnunry 0, IIH)'J A fnrco comedy presented by property from 81011, 000, 000 to w,u Mn,,,,ln " ,t,,u lieV"1, tho member of tho Demoerntlo io (XX)OOO. platform one morning sovernl inlnorty Is on the tapis for this ' ' - .years iijjo wnlllng for tho "nccom- week and nromlscs somctlilmr In i Charles It. Mnleht. I modntltm" nnd down nt tho lower tho m.turo of a relaxation for the I'Vd Hoi-Hut Post, No. ' 120, ' pml thu platform another fellow ,"" Wndes, Mngglo Halter, Anna on Ttionlny uflorniun, woh Indeed republican members...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 10 January 1902

ter, ii) to Have Been Issued by litan Soldiers Who Dc- r . . . . itricQ to tDe tnemy. .ADES IKVITED TO DO LIKEWISE. l I)ooam1,imrr, I llrlle-el, i br Umm. (J Ii -, lo llmr- Meet. I'repared by nilulno- nutl Maned ,Jty tho Amarlcari ftulillcm liidrr Dar. .W'ajJittigtoii, Jan. 5.-'I'lio wur ile rtuicmt link re cell id from tho l'lill , ulncw .coplcfi of n ri'innrnblo i.rof Rotation, feigned with Iiii) nuiiK-a of Foo American bctcii nf tl.eiu Hinted being In the United tilntea wllltury rloe Inviting Atncrlrnn n-Mlci , drftcrt and join the runkjt t tliu i- Uplno soldiery. Tlie ttit of the joutoent la at foil own v Tko lroelniatlm o whom It may concern 'lUtr Kellow Countrymrii-Atrr many intha among tha l'llli'lno iwuplr, study ' t halr cuatoma and t-ItMnclfrn, w vt unartlKiiti, imvu cumo to Hit cun ilon that tha tlin hus arrival for ui T .Vk tha aiUnco una let you know tii til truth bo that you Mill thw fully i u continuation of mctum itu-a pcopia t, to aro defending their country uK-.iit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 10 January 1902

THE TRIBUNE. t'tihlletiril lie TBB TIIIIIt'NK I'lllNTlNU CO. A. . KKAIII.K, l.nnn Kdltor. UONXOOMKUV. i i MlSSOUltt, OOP'S WAY. White out working In the garden, where the berry-bushea grow, A nlth n Utile basket I went picking- to and tro, God see mcd to send a mess ace and In those bushes enow. That where ihadowi lie the deepest, all the nnfit btrilee Rruw, Ont muat brave the thorn rtxht of le n, and full many a scratch must gu On the hand that are a-sckthic v. here the flneit berrtet grow, In llfe'i batlle Mhtn the conflict U right fierce onurrsirs so Til llli lote that nlvrux telle me where ine nneet ferries grow. May I then wlllmut complaining, It He through da'rknie rr.akt me go. Learn by lite loving kli.drn-is where the flr.tel berrlre grow. Ae t think, and IhlnL upon It. Thou halt lauRht me, lxrd. lit kn.v. That 'lie only In tlccp h n...e, Heavenly iruns are n jn 10 gn'V. W. l Hlminont, In N. Y. Ulmtnr, ADOUUITUli VICTORY iiv .tit iiii'.i. iiim:. "I Am ufraitl it ii tin- only...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 10 January 1902

J 4 iw X I r- H? -1 t TRIBUNE. rlcai 1i . Jnnuunry 10 1902. lborliootl Xuwh, by Our Assistant Kdltors. t-. 1. " I K, r-. .rr.f.rl Glbbs of Fort Ann N. Y. iBr "Id horo taut Wednesday and finko nn extended visit with r t.i .... ... rfVhlul uvlMjri Mr" Houori wianu- tUnoDt lolnes s Vlrglo McClonry of Mont Wlontry visited her nunt Mrs. Fred . BO Am, ,11 (1,., lri.l flf I til. .I'll. .If f. bmma Morcstndt mid oh II - 1 talntf '.rIne-4 desert St Louis returned to their llplno whero they will visit their sinter nnd will go 'rom Ihero to the state of Washington where they will work. 0. U. Know. Hnzol Doll. Kmmctt I'ew returned to Colum bia Inst Saturday. K. A. I'ew wns In WcIIhvIIIo Inst Snturdny. Goorga Floyd Ih working nt Mr. McVeighs nenr Two-Mile llrnneh church. MrH. Dellah Collin visited her dnughtcr, Mrs. .Inn. Dillon Inst Sunday nnd Mondny. Crnyton Kirks nnd Miss Kfllo Noel nttended preaching nt Wnl 11 lit Grove lust Sundny night. A young mnn wns going to church thn other night on ho...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 10 January 1902

!. (' I- f t-. J; I V, THE TRIBUNE Puhllttliocl Every Kridoy 1IY THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO. A. li. Kkaih.b, Managing Editor. Tho voters (if Missouri nrc preparing to send tho "State House King" to the State University as a relie of antiquity. Xever lias the ICupubliciiu future been no bright as it is to-day. "Line up" is our motto and "Republican -Missouri" the goal. the Hoard of Equalization, Hill Stone, and the Uurlington. The story in the Herald proves that there is the reason corporations take an interest in politics. The truth, if it were known, probably is that they were pre paring to do the Missouri Pacific up, that is the Burlington and Sam Cook, in order to heat Phelps; that Phelps thereupon egged on Cardwell ; that at the dangerous stage Sain Cook proposed an armistice ; it was ac cepted, and that Cook, the Missouri I'acilie, and Doekery thereupon put up the money, and Cardwell being under orders from I'helps quit for a consideration. The following is the Herald's version : ...

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. — 10 January 1902

'if, fife -' ",i . ... i . Z 1 I jy.l Doe-aa Rfcr u.Jl gfl'r.tMsfr I ). 1901 Passed In Review NOLOQICAL RECORD NOTINQ ALL OF THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS. j Oct. Uprising against Pres. Ctttro'i gov I err men t reported at several polnti In j Venetueta, -Oen, Blr Iledver Iluller deprived of com in ami of First army corps and ra f NATION OF MfHlNttv. '.1 . by Uaffc. McKlnley and party welcomed Vww4rmTlcn I,oVlon n Iiurralo. notable lluffalo speech In favor of trad expansion and tha lathrnlan canal. -Prea. ihot twlea by Mon CioIkoii In Teni nit of Mu ale at liulTalo ti poaltlon; wounds examined and on bullet taken cut: fiatlent Is removed 0 residence of Mr. MUburn. pns. of eiposltlon. W-Prcs, McKlnley thought 10 be out At dai.iir ar.d ror flrst time, takes food through tb trusts! h. 25th U. H. nreeldent. post mortem esamlna mnm la have, sit in. nosltlon ordered rioted days out of reepcct--Tr.o. resiorni o ml JOKInley, : '-'ttllV'"1 "IK ' lh4h,f ,1 . ;iirnrlran expc 1 1 : itiU! i J,,tlioli...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 10 January 1902

PUZZLE PICTURE. 1 a n n . A NOTED PHYSICIAN Makes an Important Statement of Interest to Alt 'Women. 11 DcAn Jin. rwKiiAUf Tho lion nt, Intelligent physician Is nliovo tlio 'School.' Wlintcvcr Is bct In each case? ahould to used, no matter to what ichool a physician belongs. I, as a matter of conscience, can only pre- "DO .MOT 1111 IN A III IlltV TO CIO." IIO II II'UAKI.Mir CONJURER IN WASHINGTON. Cttitti Conittrnatlon Atnooj Colottd Polki by Hit Tilcki. The curbstone incrclmnti otitfiiie the Center market, tnji the Vnliiiij! ton Star, were all un linml, with their nri ili)ln)ctl, to cntcli tin- early marketer. It uui n cold morning, and tlio chnrcnnl linmrrt Iniriieil cheerily, il i iTti -i ti n fnitit hent for a ipaee of at U'titt ten Inclit nrotiml. Along the 11 ttrevt tide of the mar ket home were ranged the aged col ored folk from the nearly Virginia farim, uith their little itore of "yarln," eggi, nn oicatinnnl ralihit, Imndlei of dried rnunfrai root and thciiicagercomiiioditic...

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. — 10 January 1902

THE TRIBUNE. Friday, - January 10, 1901. Subscription Kates. 0n Copy One Year In Advance $1,011, On Copy 6 Months In Advance 60c, One Copy 3 Months In Advance TnWTiiE Tiiiiiti.NU" mill posted. Chnrlc Ahinnn of Price Branch Vrns on our'strccts Monday. 1 P.M. Haydcn was In St. Louis' Hiram Barnes was In St. Louis, Wednesday. Thursday. Miss StcllnDulTy spent Sunday . Boo Hudson spent Friday In with .-clntlvci nt Molicrly. I Wcllsvlllc. Tell your friends about "Till: II. S. McC'nll went to St. I.ouls TlllliUNi:." I Wednesday. Elton Slslc mid wife, of Wells ! ..111.. u I T.......I,. . It. ..tlf tMtxf. .Miss Lucy Nowlln returned to! keen 'K'r "(-'if ltlilnelnnd, Sun (day. I Wo buy chickens, butter, nnd 1 .. . . . If you waul anything tell the' 'K(,", .maiiti.vh uiioumiy. people of It through "Till! Tlilll-. , ' of WHIUmsburi' , Mm. A. It. Worloy spent Friday 1 In Wcllsvllle. .lames Feruusoii 'day In Wcllsvlllc. spe.:it last Frl- "Wo I UN II" buy chickens, butler Mautin'h Oliocr.liY. mid M...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 17 January 1902

'X n THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 10 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1902. NO. 14. WASHINGTON LETTER. Prom Regular Correapondent. Washington, January 13. 11)02. Tho dcmocrntlo "fracas," a tho cast by Mr. Lorcn Fletcher, of Minneapolis. Aler tho House ad journed, I asked Mr. Fletcher for nn expression of his reasons for voting against it. "I have been on tho commlttco which tins had caucus announced for Friday night, this matter In charge for eight nas ucon icrnicu, uiu not material- ' years," snm sir. ITetcher, "and I lzo owing to tho opportune Illness I have heard tho estimates and tho of Representative Itlchordson. feasibility of tho various routed After exhausting every rcHourco In , discussed until I am thoroughly an effort to establish .harmony in familiar with tho pros and cons tho ranks of his hopelessly divided J and I cannot In conscience voto for party, Mr. Hlchnrdson justified tho an enterprise tho outcome of which confidence which woh reposed in I bcliovo ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 17 January 1902

.win Item Picked Up During the Week at St. Louis World's Fair Headquarters. EACH DAY SHOWS SOME ADVANCEMENT. Both at ItoMf unit Alirond III In rl In (he (Irrnt Itnterurlar la Reins AtM-menleil unit lrn He tmm Taken lor Acllv. and Salla Ht laMlct,alfon. 8t Loul, J mi. 13. Work tin tlx channel-way, which la tn entry the wotera of Iho Itltcr den Vtm through tho World' fair idle, wn begun oil Jntiunry 7. The contract reulrea thnt the channel he com ilcteil by Jnrcd IS. Tho llnnlcy-Casoy Co., of Chicago, vrna tlm aucccaafiit bidder for the newer work on th World' fulr lto, their hlit being 81I.CI7.I1. The pcc. flcnllonn cnll for '.',S70 feet of four foot brick aeiver, fret of ile tower, from IS to SO IiicIuk In illnin- f tor, anil 3,6S0 feet of two-font uteri tllitclitirirn pipe. Tim work la to lie completed In 7S day from the tdgii Ing of the contnict, under n penally of f 30 n tiny for drliiy Vlce-Conanl Kaacnilruii, the rrlin- -acntntlre of Nnritny nml Hivcdcii In 8t. Lout, la iirrnng...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 17 January 1902

THE TRIBUNE. I'nbllihrd I If TIIK TIllllVNK l'HINTINIl CO. A. II. KKAIII.B. Ilmmm Gilllor. UOtiTQOMEUY, I I MISSOUM. WHAT COUNTS. What count when dny la over? What counu for prom or loss? The trlnkela hold? T.e venire of goliir The idol turned quickly todroo? What countf when tlme'a space la ended; When clay nelthir ttrugRtta npr calli; Whin th fret are staled, The record In made. The hand Ilea Hill win re It falUf What counttT Tlme'a onyx und aihlrei, ll emerulda and trnhli of pratli, The breadth ut domain. The vla-or to rrlitn, To command tlmo'r liltlowe and awlrla? 4 What rounta? Tin thlrga that mint no lah, The mlfta we may catih In the hat.d. Or the trlumiha vtr culn Over .In with It. iiuln, Ae we tread through the eiranffTr landt Christian Ilndeavor VVorli. jump ovv .iok. II V U T. 11111(11.!!. ' Indian lui iliil nut livar the still email voice. I low could lie, ulu-ti it was hushed a tic thought forever? Even though In- unit intensively, a did Klijah yet he cannot licnr. It i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 17 January 1902

' THE TRIBUNE. Friday Januuary 17 1902. Neighborhood News, A Told by Our Assistant Editors. Locust Grove Bad colds and measles nro com mon In this neighborhood. WurrcnZumnlt and fnmlly visit ed Neat Mobry's Sunday. John Hlckcrson and wife of Au drain county wcro tho guests of Telatlvcs hero this week. Miss Annlo Adams returned homo from St. Louis last Sunday. Misses Emma nnd Clarn Willi ' -wcro visitors at Locuitt Orovo School Friday. T. Heylng Is moving to 01ns Sow, Charlton Co. Mrs. Hlckcrnon and daughter, Miss Maud of Wollsvllln nro In this neighborhood visiting this week. John Kirk Is on the sick lint. Airs, niark Kcrwln mom Leo Moss fifteen shunts last week. ; Mr. nnd Mrs. Senlo of Montgom ery City visited Dnn White's Sun May nnd their nelec Miss Thorn accompanied them home. I Marlon Smith and family were I tho guests of 8. II. Cobb Sunday. Wllllo Cox returned to his homo I In St. Louis Sunday eve. I Gordon Houf hnd a narrow us- enpo from being killed last Siitur I day while ha...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 17 January 1902

THE TRIBUNE PubllHlied Every Krlday 1Y THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO. A. H. Kf.aih.k, Managing Kditor. "A Business Administration by I tttnl ness iuen,"our motto. Organize, Organize! Sow is the time to organize our clubs in tliu county! An early convention hIiouIcI be hold, Our county campaign must be strenuous from tlic start. Victory is ours in Mont gomery county if we work for it. Ex-Gov, .Stone's reinarkH that "somo thing intiHt be done, the Republicans are or ganizing to nu alarming extent" in charac teristic of the Missouri situation. aooo TIMBER. Tliere in more activity in Republican circlet now than we have ever hccii. Our party in organized to win and the battle will be tierce. The following men have been sug gested to us as good clean "timber men of honor and integrity. Kv ieryone of them is worthy of the highest con fildcncc. Think where to put them. Dr. Arnold, Uper Loutro; .Jno. Nebel, Hear Creek; Evert Harton, Lotitre; .). II. Murtin, l'rairie; A. W. Lafferty, Mont .goinery;...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 17 January 1902

PUZZLE PICTURE. 4.F "wiuiinoii, i iiici.ir.vr. i iim: i.or iv m:i:n it i" in Ki.i.iiimn. ii i: NOT A GHOST, AFTER ALL. Only Two Young Men With a riinchlog liag. Ono night when it vvnt nearly li! o'clock the elderly (icrinnn euuplc that look care of the lint building heard inyitcriouirtuund. During the two yean in which they hnd livid in Wo lint building they lind never bo- (oio heard aiiylliing like IliU dead, Jiollnw thiiinpini!. which rounded (though it might he the lu-.irt of jhautitcd house. They listened intently. Thiimnl f 1 1 1 tt in i I thiiiiipl the sound repeated ilsclf over nnd nvor aii.iin. Kinut iinc inure loudly, nnd then the glum in Uic window thivered with fright, and even the wall seemed tolrctnblcwitli tho revcrberaUont. "What ran it ho?" asked (he woman. "It nuzzle mo," taid the nun. "It must Imj somewhere in the building." no lie walked fniin one lloor In an other, listening, nnd on every lloor. whcn'lio Mopped, he could hear the (lull, Uitlant tlimiipiti. Me cou...

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