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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 17 January 1902

KEEPING MILK PURE. II Cnn llr Dune If Hie II lull Klmlof I'.ll anil Mrnliiliiic .tpiinrsilua la Curd. I'our butler In cr,r often I Ik' result of Impurities thai rcI Into llir milk at milking time, (lath strainer will helii matter materially, but II rut of all thoroughly rub the cott' udder with a piece of burlap before milking. The bent pall for iiiIIMiik "Hh rloth train er can be made by the tlmmlth after tie pattern shown In the out. I.ny the cloth tightly oer the top of the pall, then prcs the top piece down Inside the tlm of the pall. The milk can rot snatler nut, ami must pan through the cloth Into the pall. Probably not one dairyman In a hundred I ax par ticular n he should be In the matter of getting the milk from I lie con In the cleanliest possible manner. After visiting many dairy farm" and noting CRUDE PETROLEUM. (treat I'nnllan I" Jirceaaary In lit r. mm an Inaecllclilr for Or rbard Tree. The wiryliig und sometime illsa trous result obtained from the iistf of rcllncd pol...

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. — 17 January 1902

THE TRIBUNE. . Friday, - January 17, iooj. Subscription Kates. OlM Copy On Year In Advance Si. 00 On Copy 6 Months In Advsnce 6oe. " W 3 Months In Advance JSC Hen Adams returned to St. Louis Sundny. Hob't Summer wns In Wells vllle, Sundny. Dr. Hudson spent n few liourB In Wellsvlllo Wednosdny. 1 lfnrtr lfnnulnv unnnt n few flnVtt In Chicago the llrst of thn week. Corn. 70o per bushel nt AUIKK.MISBKN. Cnpt. Hull has been on tho sick lint thin week. Irvo Pace spent a few hours In Wellsvlllo, Sundny. llrus Sharp and wifo were visit j Ing In Wellsvllle, Sunday. 1 Corn, 70c per bushel at Al.OKItMIHSK.V. James Ferguson spent a dnys In St. Louis last week. few arrived Aubroy Knllmcyer of Now I'lor- home eneu was In this city, Saturdny. Walter Crump lucsdoy. . - Jim O'Donncll nnd wlfo visited Wm. Hoss, of Hellflowcr, spent rctVCH ncw Florence, Sunday. Monday In this city. . n.. xr.. 7, . . . Mrs- U. Hush Crane of Mlneola ,,, amuiunj,, Corn. 70c per bushel nt Al.OKllMI.HHKN. Judge E. M. Hugh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 24 January 1902

I ft f K i I THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. 1 1I 'J 4 1 VOL. 10 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1902. NO. 15. Moiin Timber In sight. early convention U ncccs- AN nry. Okt In touch arlyt with tho situation Evekv Republican must be on the firing lino I A polli.no of the full Hcpubtlcnn ote will tell the tale. Tilt: field Is rlpo (or the hnrvent. Who will the gleaner be' IlAU), determined work In that Is needed to win the battle. nil A Bl'SI.nksm, Administration by Business Men A Itepubllvnn Promlce. Many Democrat have, ittoppcd to reason the thing out and they arc with us. TKII OlUKCT of the TillllU.NUwIll over be to promote the best Inter est of Montgomery City and Mont gomery County. E. (J. c7)FHMANoT7ligh Hill. Is mentioned by IiIm friends ns good timber (or Recorder. Mr. Cuff man will make n strong race nnd would finish In the ofllco should ho Mccure the nomination. At the approaching flection, to bo held November, llh of this year, practically, n (ull set of county office...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 24 January 1902

V .'lYUAftAtV- .... : iiunm 'liuir nnrrni H'Jiv ?h'rte8th Annual Convention ol ;M """ea Mine workers 01 ' .,v' America at Indfannnntls. l ' W k ' fcV.Tl UMttT CONVENTION EVER HELD. at.'- ... a- .Benson rr aa All-llonnil AiIiohm ' of Akoat Ira I'cr Cent. Sal.l lu lie Contemplated, While the opera- tar Aa Hspreled lu Demand a Similar Hedaellon. Indianapolis, Incl., Jan. 21. Nearly 1,000 number of the United Mine Worker of America hnve gathered liere for the thirteenth utinual con tention which began at leu o'clock Monday forenoon in Toinllnin hull. ti It la confidently expected liy rrcsl dent Mitchell, Secretary Wilson and other official that It trill do tho largest contention ever hrld bv union ..Jajwieriur Delegates ore here from 24 states, representing every Utumlnoiis - and, anthracite coal field In tho Unit " cd States, lien Tlllctt. the fatuous r llrttlsh labor lender, Mho I In thin tountry studying labor condition, or . ' rived Sunday night to lie the gurat of President .Mitche...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 24 January 1902

V Id- e-3K, THE TRIBUNE. I'obnahad Ilf TBI TRIIICNB PBIMTINO CO. A. B. KEADLK. Mn-I. editor. MOKTOOiLEiiv. i i inssouni. 5 V TO OUR NATIVE LAND. Ilutt and alert," Iraaclble yet etronc "We make our fitful way 'mid rfibt and wronir- On? lime i four out millions tq be free. Then Mihly eweep an Kmptre from ttib , Seal One' time we putl the ihncktei from the alavet, , Anil then, quiescent, we are ruled by knaves. , Often we rudely break realrslnlnir bar. And confidently reach qut toward the atara. Yet under atl there flowi a hidden dream Bpruna- from the Itock of Freedom, the (real dream Of Waibtriitlon and Franklin, men or old Who knew that frctdom ! not bought with old, Thla the kand we love, our heritage. Strange mliture of the irmi and tine, yet ana Arid, full of promlte-dritlrtd to be great. Drink to Our Native Iwindl Uod Mtts the 8lall Itobert Ilrldstp, In Atlantic. SHE WAS A DELEGATE The nildnlfilit train "rolled noliily into tlic Italian with n clntiglng of licit and spitting of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 24 January 1902

'KV. '. . r1- kFk . J M Davidson nnd wlfospcnt Frl- ' wm A U 1 11 I i.i 1 .l -f .11-1 iwf,iv I KIDU lCi any win raiuivu in muawiuwiii o,'', ' - - - - . - ... 1 ( Booth Henry nnd wllo nro rc- " PObllBliur! Kvory Krkluy Joking over the arrival of a new girl at their home Saturday, Jan. ' 1 MY TH E TRIBUNB PRINTING CO., A. p. Keadle, Managing Editor. a Subscription In Advene. TERM8I 'Ceey, On Year .... i.oo Six Monthi ... .6oc Three Months Jjc Settee will be lent uburlbrri wbm tbtlrttme txplrtt end tbey will bo exprct t4ti renew tbelr usicrlpllon t once. Entered et Ibe I'oit.offlce l Mimtgointiy -lty mcodU cUm mill inttttr. - Friday, January 24, 190a, Nolhltovluxxl Ncwh, A Told by Our Assistant editors. Crpsd Roads. t'-'Key.'Mitcholl tilled his regular appointment at Hopewell Satur day and Sunday. Misses Jtettn, Flora nnd Mnttln Maupln nro all III at thin writing tho latter having the pneumonia. We liopo to soon noto their re covery. Claud Cahnll went to I'rlcrH Branch Wednesday. L. A....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 24 January 1902

7J; 'V ' It 5- ft- THE TRIBUNE. Friday Januuary 34 1903. Neighborhood Xmvs. Prices Branch. Albert W'oIIk of Cnrso, Mo was in this vicinity Friday and Satur day of last week on business. John Lotton who has been stay ing with his tlnclc,'L. Wllgon, left for St. Louis Sunday, whero ho oxpects to And work. Dick McCormlck came In Thurs day. Ho has but recently recov ered his mind sufficiently to leave the asylum. Last fall a year ago while cutting corn in Illinois ho 'out his foot on the corn cutter n'nd the wouud gave him so .much trouble ho lost his mind before it healed. Ho has been In tho asy lum In Jacksonville HI. until re leased a short time ago. Mies Bunch Worland visited her HlgK Hill. I R. M. Patterson left last week for sister, Mrs. Peto Oliver last Sun-1 Ed UrLay of Columbia Is tho . vIldt v-m, relatives atMlddlctown ' 1 M.'JZf's" Annihl.Ur 8 n.l Mlnneoln. S. A. Lcosby and family nto vi- ik..i. - c siting tho former' mother and nadu n trip on Loutro Monday, sisters at Wcnlzv...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 24 January 1902

PUZZLE PICTURE. tllHIII ItVIIMMI, llirVTIT.' ivmtiiK m m: r sr. A RAPI6 RECOVERY. Ml Wklttltt AppIU Rlht Htrntdr ' fee Huibaod's Sadden lllatis. . Mm. Wliiltlcr Why, what brings JJH.homo so early this afternoon? ' Whlttlcr, (prcstinir, hi hand to his right ildo and sinking slowly into 11 chair with n weak mile) Apptmll cillM, that'i all. ' Mr. WJiiltlcr Aiu-iulicltlf ? JVVIiat 'can you mum? nltlltlor I know what you will ay, I know that Mrs. IliKhbhmers (reception it to-day, aud thill ntl said I you would never ftiruivo muff I didn't go to it with )uu. I am afraid, my dear, that I ennic linmc not lu go to n reception, but to die. Mm. Whlttlcr Oil. don't w Hint. Whcru li tin pain? (IVdi hi head and pulse.) "Whlttlcr lllghl here, lttauiooit gradually ihif morning. Not n sharp pain, but a feeling of oppression. That'll the way it always begins, you Know. Mrs. Whiltler N'otifcnscl You nay have strained n inuielc pralicis inu; with those dumbbells. You mint go ta tlut reception, dear. 1 ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 24 January 1902

fi lms AND THAT. mil'. I" 11 I . ) 1 f ' To kill h spider on ouc'f pcrcon means ill-hick. , In 11)00 Cnlifornia'fl acreage in fruit wan (i09,2S3. Of 117,600 ions uf liuttcr imported In London, ait but about K',000 came from Auitralin. An admirer of l'rof. Vircliow re. cently offered him a very rare curi of itj-, (i green f rnt with five log. The word Miiere.'ilious coime-frum the ljitia uord signifying tlic eje brow. The habit of lifting the ijo broWn hi. scorn iiiggcatcd. the, jin-f-ent signification. Saturnine il an astrological term. It was once mod to describe the char acter of an individual torn under the Inllucneo of the planet Saturn, a malevolent deity. In (lermany there arc, according to report, 2.15 factories dciotid to the manufflcturoof acetylene guppllcf, in cluding generators, fixture?, burners and other devices. There arc in the leper home In Louisiana 3d inmates 1!) males and 17 females. Five Sifters of Charity nurse llico unfortunates. Thelcvr colony is,a state inst...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 24 January 1902

1 w V" THE. TRIBUNE. Friday, - January 34, ipoj. -.1 Clytlo llnm spent homo folk. ' Attend tlic Lecture nt' the houe I'rlduy, Jan., nint. opera Subscription Hates. Oiib Copy On Year In Advance $1.00. ' VIM Coay A MoHlha In Ailvmrn fnc. ', .. ; ' uciircnomiiiivc thla city Monday Corn. 70c per bushel nt Al.UKHUIHSHN. ,!iv. j monina in Auvancc jjc, Attend the concert. W. V. ' SIhIc wmTln Illuh Thursday. . .for. Mum made a trip to High Ittll.Thuradny. Hon Itobt. ShacKclford waa on our fttrocta Monday. Wm. Heath ancnt n few houra la We'llivlllo Tueaday. Car of choice, northern oats for seed at Alqeiimihhkn'ni ( Concert at Tito" Oiiern Homo . Thuraday night Jan. :t). Oleic Johnson apent Sunday with Ilia rtiothcr nt thlrf placei Don't forget "tho concert nt the 'Jrn Houao next Thursday night. , Judge E. M. Hughes opened court lu Mexico Monday morning. Corn,- 70o per bushel nt . ' Noticki I j" Alukhmimskn. ny pnrt of , W..C. liuuhoa w7nt to Mexico ibui,hcl- "londay, rhore court la In aeaalo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 31 January 1902

',x-f. THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 10 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1902. NO. 16. Honkst men mnkc tics. honest poll- Kkpuiilican clean. politics must lie TltB work of onganlzatlon Is Im portant. AM. candidates or nomlnntlon will please report. Don't fowl tho Club nicotlun .next Montlny night. Now U the tlmo to think; the time to net will como soon. Accoiidinu to Democratic poli tics the thing to do Is to commit tho deed ami then have It legalized THU DISSATISFIED DEMOCRAT On Tenure In Office. Tho poor wo have with tin al ways and wo have nlso had the professional office seeker lo these HEARD AROUND TOWN. By our Special Correspondent. KNOCKKIIH. "When dome people get to ff.. ,l..fll 41... t.. . ii . ui'ii.i'ii u ii limn, mu uiann 111 many moons) pos,lbly tho people,,. ..,,,., ,., , laid somo other way, said a re presentative man tho other day , and that called to mind a few knockers. Tho fellows that never see anything to admire that only , work to draw their pay th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 31 January 1902

1 .'it ' " "C 'V 5 L ftMldent Castro of Veneiuela 'Keepa the Bars Up on M. Secre tat, of Bordeaux. fKKIf CITIZENS RIGHTS INVOLVED. That the Incident k' It Naetraaarr Vot lit French UoTtrnuirnt lu Talte la Caaaa Ik llluhla at "" CHUaaa He llraueclrd. Vmiematud, Inland of Ciirncoa. Jan. . in spite of the protests made by the French consul her... l'm.l.lni Castro ho sustained tlia action of tho Venezuelan authorities nt I uuayra, who refused to iwrmlt M nccrestat, Jr, of llordcnux. to land, although the government haa prcvl ously assured tho consul tlmt the traveler might debark. It la held by the authorities tlmt while tho French lln steamer HU Laurent, on which M. U. Hacreatnt was n tinast-nec r. wn, nl Tort da Franco, Inland of Martlnliir, . -i. mo isinnti or Trinidad, lm con ferred with don. Malna, tlm revolti tlonary leader. Tho consul mndo In. qulrlta on Die subject which estab lished iho fact that lcn. Mains was not at Martinique or nt Trinidad hcn the Ht, Laurent timrlird nt th...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 31 January 1902

k m' nnn if I .lov ,wi if it. ,11,1 ni 11... f.niittminnee nut lUli lltl)Uli!i. IgooldClilTord'llbcattis," of hint?" G'adwa ader had hi nose in a law "Oh. I never paid a word tin niter e book vilicn Jones entered, but now lie told lilin good-by. Then 1 went bar. watandliii! alongside the fretted at- and said that the music anil the tic- torney. lightful time had put my real bnsinci "Mr. Joncl," he Mid, gently, I out of my head, lie tried to glower think I can get Clilford to agree to a again, and nld that he wotddti t continuance. I scratch hi pen to nave the wnoie unit "John, von re a fool." crowded of llurrcll. .Tone & llurrcll from it 1. Jones, ineering; "jou don't know 'Hut,' he added, solemnly. '1 11 give C Ifortl: he wouldn't v e Id a tioint or loll a content it vol) II lrtng tnai do a graceful thing for anyone, He- dd lidellc round again and piaj I'ubllthrd lie THK TII1IIVNB I'HIHTINO CO. A. II. KKAIII.K, Mnln Kill lor. UONTGOMUIIY. t t MISSOURI. THE TAVERN AT THE END. Do...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 31 January 1902

THE TRIBUNE. PubllMhecl ISvury Krlilny MY TH n TRIUUNC PRINTING CO., A. I). Kkami.k, Mannglng Editor. Subscription In Advance. TEIIM8I no uopy, one Year.. Ji.oo " " Six Months 6oc " " Three Months .15c Notice will l aent Milxcrllicn vrlirn tlielr time expire, m thejr will lio expert. til to renew their iiiln rlpllou at oner. Knitred at tliei 1'ott-oDtce it MuiUKomciy CI IX teconii cIm mall mailer. Friday, January ji, iooj. Neighborhood Xwcm, As ToM by Our Assistant LMItnrs 1 - - little children then jumped on ouo. A letter received from linkers-' as hewer with II. C. Thomas, the of his dogs. Mr. NMchoIs shot the Held, Cnllfornln dated Jan. 10, snys. walnut man, nnd will probably dog twice In tho hend nnd hnd to Hint the wenther Is lino, tho men stny with him all season. nlub him before. death came. Tho ,11c on tho ground to rct nt noon;! dog did not seem to bo mail Just another letter, dated Jan. 17 nt 1 It. K. SCIIUII. worried anil mean Gchord Orotnwleld Is prepar ing to erect a ba...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 31 January 1902

i n ii.ii ihl.iwrW'uiit'Ot''X'Tri.'"'iitWw 1 THE TRIBUNE. Friday Jonuuary ji 1902. .Nelgliborliootl News. Locust Crovo Seems ns though winter ling como now after all tlio lino wenth er wo have had. Good sleighing 'ior'thosu.that havu sleighs. Judge AVhlto nnd wife wero In AVcllsvlllo Krldny. Miss Nlnnlo Parsons of near 'Indian Creek Is visiting her broth cr It. C. Parsons. Mrs Durnl wns shopping In .'Montgomery Friday. I'm nk Ilnlght and wife visited 1 the latter parents last week. Mrs. Candaco White "'homo from her visit County Monday, WASHINGTON LETTER. , From ReaulAr Correspondent. j Washington, January 27, Tho Senate has divided Its tlmo , KEEP IN TOUCH WITH St. Jot tiw rind the Worlcof l'repriivitlori for the Great Word's Knlr of IDO.'i. SUBSCRIBE AT ONCE FOR The Montgomery Commercial Club. Tho Montgomery Commercial 'Club met In tho I'robnto Court I Room Monday night and adopted la Constitution and Bylaws. Will UlllIlULT 111 iiiiciimiiici- Will. ... ... . . . ,... 1ll.ttl....t....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 31 January 1902

am- 4!. - .)?' Tka fnaf Track .tests. There Is much of education and enlight- , want in tli damtr little monthly muga' uu, "ilia four-Track Mews, which cotucs to ua from the editorial workshops of tha jwucnnr department ot tba ef York Central X Hudson IUverltallroed Company. , Jta pares are filled with inlcrettina: inalla retarding travel, our cipsnding commerca ," development of our transporlatiot 'taeilttUa, The January number It devoted -Jaujaly to California, the Idea of the editor 'naaj U glva special attention each month to that portion of the world to which people twa at tha. tint travelln. The leadiim ar- lUritln featurea are "turpi Then k on this subject ii "The Und of the ibmi bm," written by Luther I.. llolden, .bar interesting featurea are "turpi Then A Now" br Oeorge linte: "1he Ko 01 waiiir, bv Jane W.Uulrirle; a ketch of Hudson, New Voik, by II. II. wan, and much that It enlerlalninr. ic '".H well-edited department!. Then fiCVi T'ul'l contributions on the cut rTJMoB o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 31 January 1902

OUR DUTY TO CUUA. The praco of Culm Ii necessary to "the pence of the United HtiiU-i; the health 11 f Cuba Is nccemary to the health of the United (Mutes; the link IH'iidence of Cuba It necessary to the tnfciy of thr United Stnti's. The sntin considerations which led to the war with SiuJji. vuwoTlrc tliat,aj-oyii tncrclal arrangement he made ttnOir which Cuba ran lit c. Secretary Itoot' Iteiiort. 1 mott earnestly nsk your attention to the wisdom, Indeed, to tho vital need, of providing fnr n substantial reduction In tho tariff duties on Cuban Import Into the United States. Cuba haii In her Constitution nfllrmed what we desired, that she should stand. In International matters, In clotcr and mora friendly relations with u than with any other powcrrnnd wo nre bound by every consideration of honor and expediency to pan rmniurrclnl measures In the Intercut of her mate rial well-being. President House teit's Mctsnr;c. The llesllitK Toiiph of Tim. "Mrs. Dash Tin" Idea of .Mrs. Vnsli having...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 31 January 1902

THE TRIBUNE. Frldny, - January 31, igoi. Opera "Ruben In Home." Wo are headquarters for Bills. J5r. D. O. Ilild nun was In St. LouU Saturday. Ilubon In Homo at lliu llouio to-night. 8hcrlft Wilson mndo a trip to St. Louis Tuosdny. Don't forget tho lecture at tliu Opera House to-itJulit. John T. Honsloy wns In St. Louis Monday on business. CharlcN Muni wns culling on friend nt Williamsburg Sundny. Wo ran print you any style of Salo Dili you wint. Attend the lecture nt the Opera House to-night. Have your Sale Hills printed at1 tho TlllliUNK ortlco. SlierllT WIImih wns In St. I.oiiIh I lust Saturday. H11I0 1 Mi" Week of Wllllnmsburg .. .... I. ..... ll.. -I,... ...I..,. f,t.. Yllin ll. ..... nti.F.j...i . Hermnn Sturgeon of Mlddlctown wot In this city, yesterday. Drew Lull, of St. I.oiiIh, Hpvnt Sunday nt this plnee. J. 1. Mctzlcr went over to Milne-1 Innd Frldny nfternoou. t Sipilro Warner Jr." of High Hill, wan oil our streets Wcdncsdny. Cnt. Abe Ki'tnpliiHlty of Wells vllle was on o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 7 February 1902

i THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 10 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1902. NO. 17. lit I'1 If. r Tub ago passed. of honesty has not COIIRUITIONIHTH must back and nit down. go wny TlIK pcoplo of Missouri demand honcet public ofllclals. ONLY pessimists will believe thcro In no relict from llio present political condltloiifi In Missouri. TUB argument that a Republican Legislature would bo as corrupt as tho recent Democratic legislature! havo been, will only convince lhono ready to (rive up In dlspalr. TUB DISSATISFIED DEMOCRAT On Reconstruction. HEARD AROUND TOWN Uy our Special Correspondent Therein n man who liven at I Wcllsvlllc, who gained somo vnt uablo cxpcrlcnco out In California once on a Roulette whcol. Tho only thing ho could sny nftcr It was nil over was, "You bet on tho Green and the darned thlni? Ih died. ltA(iooi) Died at her homo near Wrllsvlllo .Inn. 21, UK)'.', of measles and pneumonia, Mrs. Mary lln good, neo Hurls, Deceased wait Now Harmony, l'lko IHII. Sh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 7 February 1902

i lV-,J(.IlLft'OtJIl.u -LWMMMs-a'-s"M,,'M,',,"MM'MM,M"'TM,M''MMM" . i niiniin innn i nir, mw - i II S 1 KB Items of Interest Gathered at the the Louisiana Purchase Expo sition Headquarters. INTEREST IN THE FAIR 6R0WIN6 FAST. Vroaa rrraent Inillrnlliiiisllir Dlrlul 1U lUtfoun IUI.IMI nn.l (-.inlrsls Will lie lli.r nl Ihe .Mo. I l'..liU and Inlerssllii I'ralnrr of Ihe Pair. J B. Sti louli, Feb. 3 West Virginia's world's fair commission In tn . inotu tlio sum It will ni'ril for n iriiv er representation ( the state, ami It l understood Hint rnch county or district convention to lie held Ibis suiDincr will pledge Itn nominees tu vote for such an appropriation. On this understanding Hie commission will go ahead with tlx work ot pre paring- the exhibit. J. B. M. IIiifT, superintendent of I lie Kullno eminly (Mo.) school, nffrrs premiums for tho bent iUIijh at the teachers' Institute next August. Separate prlres are offered for rural nnd town schools. 'J he nbjrrt Is to obtain the best pas...

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