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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 7 February 1902

.'. ..j. , i -i i-1 ' i i IA '--ii-iiiin himiiii iiA'i.j.'.tjijel THEJllIBUNE. rniiiiiiird iir THE TIIIIIUNK rillNTINO CO. A. II. HKAIU.K, SUnatUn Kill lot. M0NT00JIL11Y. MISSOUM. WINTER. Welcome Winter! time of rrt ami sleep lr.it Nature fain outd ceaec both wotk and plari l.'cn the clouilf too wearr are for weeplm. .And the aun a limned natch ll keeping, 80 that darkncri ettata tome hours from day Trm io lately gowned In richest ifltr.dor All tltelr gorgeous robea have laid millet Hut old Winter, though fu grurr. la tender; I-o Ir g rnch. he make quick haile to eend hr Djili.ty night-robe lit to clothe a bride. -Through tho mead thr brook torgtts to hurry, AH unmeant It sang Ittclf lo tleept Ilusy U11 have crated their lllKht and tlurryt MothtrliIrdi have tio more mute for wnrr Kury foe li wrapped In plumber deep. father Winter, kindly aa a mother. We would leld ourselves to thine em brucr, All our dread and fear would quickly smother. KnoHliK welt that never any other. Through th...

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. — 7 February 1902

I r Sf' If HP I 1 a: I; m THE TRIBUNE. Published lSvory Krlduy uy THE 1KIBUNE PRINTING CO., A. B. Kkadlk, Managing Editor. BubtorlDtlon In Advanca, TKRMBt viw wpy, one Year......,.$l.oo " Six Months 6oc " " Threa Month! ,3jc none mil in irnt miluctllif ti wlim tlielr time explrn and tlitjf will Ixi xp?rt d to rtnew their tul.mlptlon it one. Kolirtd lit tlit I'oiiofl1r t funtKitnriy at lecond cliin null inntlrr. Friday, February, 7 190J, Neighborhood Xwh, As Told by Our Assistant Editors. Big Spring Gus Mlllor put up leu one day this week. J. 0. Whltcsldcs purchased oats from Artlu Davidson of near II lull IIIII. Mrs. 0. Whiteside went to Staler on n visit to licr sister Sunday. P. Iloiison who hnd IiIm onltlii lit Don Sncthcn's feeding them on straw took thorn hotnu on itccotint of thum not doing well. Dr. Mot'nll wont to Pillion thlit week. J. C. Whiteside purchased it cutter from Emll Ncbel or High Hill Frldny. There wits n surprise party 11 1 Fritz LlchbsV Frldny night. KM (Jcril...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 7 February 1902

1 ' t ' ' fAeas rwrnm 1 ayfy;V-"y'' - " i i m i i i " -rmiiiiiiiiM'ifrt",r--iwri i?!?flft. tr. iT . . - -.11W9 i hi tin ii ii i i i i i i i ami ii i ' . I. : Pi -sirf.l THE TRIBUNE. Friday February , 190a. .Neighborhood News. Cross Roads. Snowl Snow! Snow! Sleds nnd sleighs, como to good use now. Sunday wai qullo a blustery day but did not Impede, travel. W. E. Holt moved his engine to John Kraft's Friday to bo ready to -saw wood as soon ns It quits snow ing. Wm. White hauled oats from tho Sanders fnrm Frldny which ho had purchased thu day of tho snlo thcro. W. E. Holt had a sick mule lost Friday. M. V. Cnhiill was In Montgom ery Frldny. Fred Scuof went to Montgom ery Monday. Jas. Maupln was In Montgomery last Week. further developments. Wo hnvo been unable to learn whether or notDlchns taken unto himself a better half or not. John Fllchmnn and wlfo wcro the rccclptents of a fine baby girl last frldny, mother and child nro doing well. Mrs. Wm. Fllchmnn nnd children of Mobcrly, Mo. v...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 7 February 1902

- - r- Advancement o! Co-Education By JESSIE LLEWELLYN Oaulilr of El -Coy, UtwtUm. of Kuu, For tlic first time In tlic liiMory of coeducation, women have been allowed to participate in an annual class frolic of a noteworthy institution. The occasion was a banquet and halt given 'lc students of tlic Art Institute of Chicago. Heretofore young wom en have celebrated these occa sions among themselves, while all social affairs distinctly representa tive of life institute have been en joyed hy the male students exclusively, after the custom of coeduca tional universities. The institute frolic Including both sexes is significant of the ac ccptcil favor in which liberal education for women Is now held and recalls the recent fuhniuations against such liberality from prominent tiicn of both England and America. Less than twenty-five years ago t was argued through the newspapers and the periodicals of both countries that the innovation of male lecturers in girls' schools was ""most unseemly," ...

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

V i? J' I 1) Omnil Trunk ftt-cnrra imve nt Dliortantrn'a Mint,, The Urand Trunk lUilnar Company lilt coinjiletrd anui.mmtiit, fur an cittn.ite exhibition in tuuncction ulth tlir accot.d nnual riparlanum' Snow to Ijp l.cld in Chi ciga from February 3 until I'tbn.at)r 'I'M Show la twins held in tbe Colucum, large bmldlnir admirably awlcd lor tuc pur poie. The eiioition will prolalJy be the ticevt that baa ever taken iilacr in America, eiccllinj even that livlj in liul.ilcli.tt.i i!nr In lait Dcccnilirr. The tlrand 'Iriml ex hibit will include the collection 01 tarse photofirapha of nmti throughout the tuin ncr rciort ditricta altuatcd on He line, including tlic.Mu.koka Ijikip, Lake of Ha) a, Al.iinelan,iii lllur, IHI.OUii l.land of the tlruigian ll.iv, Kaivaillia Ijiko.aiul J.aWa rimcuo and Coiicliicliing, at well a tictvaon the 1'orlland divlalon, eoinlilniiig land and water rahet, tccnta in the White -Mountain!, and aut f bathing acenca taken on tbe jlalne tea coaat The aiaro. to be...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 7 February 1902

ft I R. H. Bailey & Co., Loan Money Long Time, Low Interest Rate. Montgomery City, Missouri. THE TRIBUNE. Friday, . Fcbrunry 7, 1902. Dr. J. 1'. Graves spent this day in 8t. Loulu Friday. I'rof. Shlrloy of Wellsvllle was on our streets Saturday. Miss Bcsslo James spent Sunday I n weiisvlllo with friends. Miss Draco Oupton vIkIIcmI friend In WclUvlllo Hundny. I MIm Mnrthn Blades, of Mlnneoln M chopping In town Tueidny. II. II. Dnlloy wns transacting buslnoss In WclUvlllo Monday. iAo McCnnno cntno over from Williamsburg Frldny to visit IiIh mother. iMIss Lillian I. other of Fullon In visiting her cousin Miss Dolllc Adnms Representative Mnbry was In thin city Monday. Dr. D. 0. Hudson win In Wells vllle, Wednesday. Clarence Kldwoll spent Sunday with homo (oik". II. M. Slsk Hjtent n few hours In ; t Wellsvllle Sunday. lis' Let un print your Sale Dili. Prices reasonable. Ilnvi! your xalu bills printed at Tho TlllIiU.NK ollco. John Colliim of Wellsvllle wns In HiIh city Monday. Jniut'H...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 14 February 1902

air- r,-iwgaaiB; ( 5- I. VOL. 10 THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1902. NO. 18. Four yearn around tho pie. A Cold winter and a good crop go iinna in hand. Tim Commercial gain Monday night. Club meets ' THE D SSAT SF EI) DEMOCRAT I HRAUI) AimilNDTnWN Advice io Voung nen. J Uy our c-rrtspondentt I received a letter from my son the other day and among other . , A FIIK'SI' things ho asked mo what course n ' , ,An "ncIcnt w,." mnn snla "A young man should take In polities, j '''"nd Is two souls In ono body" I thought a long time before I an-1 but tho worU1 tM,ny know' n ,lel,,, swered that letter and I know thnt!w many bodies with ono soul and tho advlco I gave was good. In I l,mt 80ul U' "oul 1,10 l,mn on tho first place I told him that a to''- Wllll thlK con'1'""" lWly man's Integrity must bo without CUU lhc.ro 'rl,ll)''l' l' exist stain; that a man must not only bo :t;ncont,;,?lu'y wl" " honest when ho goes Into the game ' dcft,lh eMma ,ho ""I"1"...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 14 February 1902

The Beit Portion of Paterton, N. . Reduced to Blackened Ruins by Fire. . .LOSS IS ESTIMATED AT TEN MILLIONS. TtM Kntlra lla.lnes Xrrllnn and HandredS f HMMnm llrtmrrlTI llrrmrn PowrrlMf, n ih lrif Nlrnnit It Ind. la Mar fh l'roima af III llrlrlillra. llamr. I'nteraon, N. ,T Feb. ti. - A great fire wept through I'nlcrson to-day, "nil In tin draiilnte, wake urn I hp cmbera nnd nshc of properly val ued In preliminary estimate nt ton inllllon dollar. It burned ltn way through Die lm, nrM section of the rlfy mid claimed n ltn own ft mn Jnrlly of tint finer structures devoted to commercial, civic, educational nml rcllglnu Hum, 11 well n score nf house. Tlirro wn but nmaU tribute nf Ufa nml Injury to tho cnnflngrn' tlon, but hundred wern left home lean and thousand without employ- ment. A relief movement for the rare of llinno unsheltered mid unprovided for lis alrcndy been organised, anil Mayor .lolin IllncliclllTo snld to-night Hint I'nteraon would lie ulilci to euro for lier own without...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 14 February 1902

THE TRIBUNE. I'obll.hfd llf THK TRIIIVNK rnlNTINO CO. A. B. BKAIU.K. iiiiim Editor. MONTQOMEIIY. 1 a M1SS0UM. BULLION AND I. Uulllon hat million dollars, rifty rents have I; Uulllon slttlrg- In hi cirrllse, 8ltlly travel! l) liulllon ht a mtrblt rmUee. Whose white walli are high; An for appetite, l.e hat none Hut a horsc'a 1. nullum' go-lna: cut to luncheon. Ah, ell, to am 1: II" will taito a crutt anrtdrplt With a wear)' sigh; 1 will hunarllr devour All that I can buy lie ran't even eat a doughnut Or a, piece of pic. Thlnm are often badly managed , Here below the skvt liulllon ought to have ray stomach, Or, villi better, I Ought to have hl wad ot mine) Hee the poor old tiny All he want In toait for luncheon, Hunk and onions I. 8. IS. Klser, In Chicago Uecord-Herald. BY DICTATION. IIV KAMtl'.l, HWII. l'lll. Cop right, VM, by Dally Story l'ub. Co.) There conic moments in tlic life of every man when lio ttojvi am! tliinkl. 1'Jiij decs, not mean merely that he given ti refill ntlention...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 14 February 1902

4 a. I I?'' THE TRIBUNE. Published Kvory KrUUiy HY THE TRIUUNB PRINTING CO., A. D. Keadlk, Mnnnglng Editor. Subtorlptlon In Advene. TiJKMHt one Copy, One Yeir. i.oo " " Six Months 6oc " ' Three Month js Notice will ia Km mljuerlurrii wlirn their lime explren mid Hit will ho expefl eil to renew Ihclr militcrlptlnn l once. Knlered it Urn l'on-olllc- at Montsuineiy City trconil cIim mill innlter. Friday, r-'enrunry, i. io. Neighborhood News, As Told by Our Assistant Hdltors. Ed nnd Walter Drunert left Mon day for Elma to visit relatives. Mascot Amorlcus. Ice, Ico, leo. Everybody Is fill ing tlielr leo houses nnd some their wells. Frank Holtwlck and wife of west Dry Fork visited W. M. Holtwlck and family of lUilnclnnd Wednes day and Thursday. Fritz Oloo and boys have shipp ed 2.7) rabbits this winter which they received fl 1-2 cents apiece. They have also killed several fox es this winter. News reached tie this week that Perrnw Moscley Is very low with pneumonia nt hln home In St. I.mil...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 14 February 1902

( THE TRIBUNE. r f Friday February 14 190a. Neighborhood News. On tho Lino John Forco's family Is getting over tho measles and pneumonia. Mr. Hcntlcrshott of Mltltlletown 'wlll tonch Sxvopo school this spring Wo havo been told that Mrs. Annlo Alstrop would teach tho Morgan school this spring. At tho exhibition given atSwopo 1 school house Frldny night somo one stole somo sleigh bells. He '.must bo an adept at tho business clso how did he keep them from keeping time, time time to the poet's rhyme? There has been somo very low phllferlng hero at night meetings . recently. Mrs. Geo. Ilcntlcy's brothers nnd sisters wero summoned to her bed-side last Friday upon very unfavorable symptoms for tho totter. Chas. Hays of Coon Creek who will soon movo to Oklnhomn was posting sale bills Friday. Ucn Ogdon will havo n salo soon -nnd will movo to Loulslnnn. K. S. lleyden's family Is on tho sick list. Wo havo been Informed that freoinall delivery will be In full blast by 1st of March. Missouri may...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 14 February 1902

i V ft KliKttls. iisprtelous psats, ' YrllQWKl lr Iht loud of time, Vl II Iskts ineHtnl Ir backward to inoKaita of rhildhooa cumei And I catch ttllmpt M i;dn Through tho oflly Istllrg tr.iw, -An I rf ad (he simple verses Written In tin long ago. Ulele fact that have vanMiH. Utile hands wo see r.o more, floem la coma la ui unbidden From lityond the mltty ihorei -And lbs valentine I cherlth. Old, and uujlnt and torn, you kr.o, la la m Iht strtctttt chtpttr round In life's fair long ). You can hardly read iho vtrat llr Iho childish nngtrs tr-t.l. xers thai hsvo foravtr var-Mid Have tht senile lit." trascili 3)ut In memory's beauteous gardcra HUM th nott'rs nf ynullillmo h)ow, And 1 Mill rtpral II vers IVcintd so long so lore sgit. 'Hunny link lhtr! on- that litr.d us To Iho fair and atorUd pail. 'Though lha cruel yrara would leavt us To (ha merer at the Mailt Bo lha valentine lu ttrt in fonds to lift a ucrcit glow, .And my lit art repeats the vtrtes Written In It long ago. Ilendlng o'e...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 14 February 1902

352 '!-. , cy ?ii ....... i ... . - - ii i iVimri-tumMi P" -1" ; 'i: Lv. i I'M! I? THE KANSAS PEOPLE ARE lit IOVE WITH WESTERN CANADA. Tkr lr the tana There la the Fl. eat on Karth. A gTtat Dumber of delegates hart been Influenced through the agency (if Mr. J. S. Crawford, the Canadian Government representative at Kan at City, to rlslt Western Canada, and whether from Missouri or Kansas the story Is always the name they are pleased with the new country being opened up. Isaac, II. itaf-ooil writes from nidsbury, Alberta, as follows! "I met three delegates from Kan as yesterday at Uldsbury, and took them home with me and took them out In the afternoon and howed them some of the fin est land that lays on top of Oud's green earth. They arc more than pleased with this country. They stayed with me last night, this morn ing 1 took them to Dldthitry, and they went on North, When they come back they arc coming to my place and I am going to help them to run some lines and they arc going to lo...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 14 February 1902

THE TRIBUNE. Friday, February 14 '9' Hupo's snlo tomorrow. Marlon Bnllcy left Tuesday for Alton 111. Hoy Hum Ih up from St. Louis for a few days. Commerclnl Club meeting next Mondny night. Everett Spears spent n fow hours In Wcllsvlllo Sundny. Iowa seed oats for nolo nt Drocd eVs Poultry House. Mr. nnl MrsTTiTs. lllttonhousu upcnt Sundny nt Joncshurg. Dr. W. N. Canon wns In St. Louis last Friday buying goods. Luther lioidenux spent Sunday with homo folk nt Now Florence. Don't forgot Iho Commerclnl Club meeting next Monday nlfht. Commercial Clnb meeting next Monday night. Mr. Standard of Mobcrly wan on our streets Monday. Drew Lnll spent Sunday with his wife at thin place. Elton Hockcr, of Oammn, spent last Sundny nt this place. Mr. Seymorc of Ccntrnlln attended the dnnco hero Friday night. Iown seed oats for salo nt Brood er's Poultry House. Don't forget the Commercial Club meeting n-xt Monday night. Hen Adorns wan up from St I. mils for n few dnyslhn tlrstnf the week. Messrs Orant ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 21 February 1902

THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. rt.', ' VOL. 10 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1902. NO. 19. THB MONTOOflERY COMMERCIAL CLUU. Will mako "Montgomery tho boat town In tho state." . Officers. lf" B. S, I'eul.Free. Knill Algermltien, Hec'y, O. P. Voul, V. Vitf Dr. T.Oiringi.Trm. Board of Director. R.B.l'atil, L,C. (lore. Geo. V. V ji, J K. Chadwlek, KdiII Algcrnilutn, Jae. Kerguiou, Dr. Tlioa. Owlnga. Legislative Committee, (leo.tlllchrlit, U.S. .facka, J. 1). Harnett. 0. I.. Clark. Sam Rliarp. enterprise Committee. W. W.Worley. It. II. ll.lley. Win, llaai. !eo. (Ilbhrlit. K. Slireta. Parties desiring to enter n now Held In tho manufacturing business will do well to correspond with tho secretary. AM early convention for Mont gomery County. Tub Candidates should bo 'In tho flcld early, and meet every voter during tho campaign. THE DISSATISFIED DEMOCRAT On a County Ticket. Wo have struck a streak' of ad vlco giving and Vrlll now proceed to say something about a county ticket. Tho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 21 February 1902

III Hi ! Tragic Culmination of a Fucd Be tweea "Gang" of Kespec ta ble Boys at St. Louis. TEN-YEAR BOY BECOMES A MURDERER. Tfca ruid-Carrrlnit Habit Led Fretwall aborts HrsrnllnK an dlcnltr l,r onr ii f a Itltiil lln" Wllh a hl, Wlilrh Killed Willie V4utr, Aaea alstecn. St. LouU, Feb. 10. Wlllln ledger, IS year olJ, was 1iot and Instantly killed at nine o'clock Friday night by Frolwcll Shock, a ten-year-old lad In knickerbockers, ncnr the corner of llartuier and Goodfrllow avenue, In the western pnrt of tlir city, lie ad mit that he killed ledger, but say ho alined at one of Ledger' companion. The killing was the culmination of Ing horse in llir stntc. n feud that has Ions existed between I two faction composed of the boy of that section of the city. Ledger lie longed to what I known n Hip "De llodlnmont snug" und Shock be longed to the "Cnbuiiiic gang." The boy of both faction lire tin- in of MISSOURI STATE NEWS. Ilrertil llenlli. Mr. Henry llnelttier, wife of TTrn ry llocttner, of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 21 February 1902

f THE TRIBUNE. I-ablLlird llr TUB Tnillf.NK l-lll.NTIMIl CO. A. II. KKAIM.E, Mi.ii. tln Editor. MONIQOMEnY. I t MISSOURI, Y 3LESSINQS ON MY LITTLE MAN tl!etnB,on my Utile munt 11 If chief of all hi clan. Nut nun bo, rlrvce time began, CouM call- mutch with mine 111 laushlnc eye o pure!)' bright, ((fleet the htavtti' murr light. Ill cheek lav' Mtt oft tnvltf, Oh, roiulih boy of mine. Ill dlmpWd nn ami hand o mnll, That Home sncet tidy will tor thr bait, Now, noIt a ilanny snoflak, fall. Within thta hand of mine. HI sturdy tt and cutinlntr tor, J ml peeplns; out beneath hi clothe, Would mutth the pink of yonder roie Oh, rut, jmctl hoy of mlnef 111 LMr has caimht the solilm ta), Th lumhlno of nuluinn.il da). When field of wheat and rtpenid malic, Make clad thf heart of mir. 1 could not tell mi all hi chnrm; Hut when he ncttlt In my nrin 1IU toft embnice my itrU wurmi A lovlnc boy 1 mine. V. tl. Hotlner. In l-'unrv Jourctl EVEN UXTO DEATH. IIV JACK I.IIMHIV tCoptrluhl, by Dally Story I'...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 21 February 1902

" , r-- t"V ! hTggM ii t. r I I em ft THE TRIBUNE. Published lSvory Krldny 11Y THE TKIUUNB PRINTING CO., A. B. Kkadi.k, Managing Editor. Hubsorlptlon In Advance, TKRM.H: One Copy, One Ycar,. " " SU Monthi - " " Three Month ..... ... $1.00 ... ,Aoc . . 3C Phono 06. Nolle will lio trnt MilKcrllirm vrhrn tlirlr lima explrtt mil lljcjr will l rxptrt el lo rtuevr their iiUrrlptlon t ntirr. KnlerrJ at ttir Potl.onlre t MuntKonitir City at ocuQtl elm null nullrr. Prldny, l-'cbrunry, 21 iooj. Neighborhood News, A Told by Our Assistant IMItors. PrlooB Branch. A number from horo attended tho I piny given nt Bcliriowcr Snturday night. Thoy report a fiilr crowd mid n good entertainment. Mian Zndla Dyko nnd tier friend from Danville wero calling un friends hero Saturday. Chas. Wilson Ih tusslclug with the measles this week. , Leo Kdnoy says thu noxt fellow that lolls lilm thn measles nro funny will got disputed It hu Ih not too largo. IM Ednoy hns joined tho llell ilowur orchestra and will play ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 21 February 1902

1 r THE TRIBUNE. it A I: frlday February 2 iooj. Nelghliorhood Xcwh, Gamma. Thoso wo reported with tho measles iiro cottlng along nicely. Mm Ann Uaiigh Is Improving. Miss Mcrtlo VnnMetcrof Mlddlo town was tho iruest of Miss Casslo Ucck Saturday and Sunday. Nclso Chlldcr has purchased tho houso recently vncnted by Mm. Nnnnlo Davidson and had It mov cd Inst week to his place. Tom Maury lost 10 shonts hut week, Tho It Olivers school closed Fri day. Miss Laura. Vcrnattl who has been sick Is better. Prayer meeting nt Jns. Hodger's AVcdncsdny ovcnlng. Roy Heck left Mondny forKlrks vlllo to nttend school. Llttlo Miss ltuth Looker who has been sick Is better. Mrs. Francis Surls Is quite poor ly. " V. It. Poytonla Wo have modcrntowlnterweath er to-dny, 18th. Tho health of thu nclghbor-hood Is considerably good. A number of people havo tho mendles In tho vicinity of High Point Church, north-west of hero. John Ilnrvry and Mis I.ula Gentry visited at lsaao T. Kecles' last Sunday ovcnlng. Miss L...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 21 February 1902

To The Shade of Washington By RICHARD ALSOP. From "A Poem : Scred lo Ihq Memory el Georjo Washington. Lata President," etc., wrlttan In the year ltOO. XALTKll Chief- In thy luptrior mini) What vail reaourie. what Yarl oua taltnle Joined! Tempered with aoelAl lrlii' mlliter lays, There patriot worth dirruxd n mrtr llase Formed to command reelect, tleem in spire, Vf Id at stateamen grave, or mldat Hi aotlel choir. With equal aklll the word or pen to lld. In council ftnnt, unequaled In the Held, Mid ulUterlnir court! cr rural walke to Please, l'ollta with airandeur, dUninert with eaie; Ilefor the eplrndor of thy lilali r nown How fad the glowworm lualrrn of u i rotan. How elnk diminished In that radiance lot l The ktlaro of conquest, and ot power the total. I .at (Ireece her Al'senrter'e ile i!a prorinlm, Or Caeaar'a trtumpha iilld the Human name, Stripped at the doiatlnic aitaro a.ound thim , Bhrlnka at their crlmn humanity iiahaat j With equal claim to honor' itl'irloua meed Bee Alul...

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