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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 21 February 1902

?f" ""I? ( - WINTEU P0U7.TRY HOUSE. FACTS ABOUT OAPES. Tlirrc llxcellrnl Wnsa of I'rrsrnllna - DAnaer remit Infri-tlnit and Bunt llrllntilr Cure. The gnpe norm Hint mature lu the windpipe f the chick, causing Hip disease, la developed from n parasite, mid like other germ disease l easier prevented tlinii cured; nml can be prevented If the clilck l nut permit ted to come In contact with I lie para site. Now tlicro lire three wuy to prevent thin ihiugcr of Infection. Tlrbt la to hatch jour chicken scry early, so they will he frnthered before ,)ie ground gel warm enough to In culmte the gape worm inlernhe. The second wny li, keep) our chick where It la perfectly dry nil the fmie, ua It tnkea moisture n welt a warmth to develop the parasite. A you cunnnt role chlcka without warmth, aaje the writer in National Stockman, jou must prevent moisture, or jou aiirely will have gapes If jour jonla nre In fcsltd. The third, and better way, I to rnUo your chlcka each J ear In a new place. 1 uggct...

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. — 21 February 1902

THE TRIBUNE. Friday, - February 2 looi. County Produeo wanted at Mak-TIN's. Hugh Cason returned to St. Louis Sunday. Rend those Bonncl's nd. pricey III Perkins ft 20 pounds Drown 8ugnr for 81.00 1 SccdPotato Garden 8eod MAR- nt Maiitin's Grocery. TIN'S Grocery. Dr. John Best of High Hill wns In our city Tuesday. C. O. libidos, of Mlnncoln, was on our streets Monday. Tho 0. 1 F. Club will bo enter tnlned to-night by Miss Bonlon McCannc. Itcv. EndrccM filled his regular appointment In JoncHgurgSunday. C. J. Lock went to St. Louts Wednesday to buy goods. Duel! Hcnslcy visited friends In Dig Spring Sunday. Uncle Walt, Clare was In town, Tuesday. It. S. Paul Thursdoy. was In St. Louts, Y K. Cooper Is on tho sick list this week. In Miss Uortha Standhart will on- W. C. Hughes und father Judge tcrlnln thollultcrcup Club to-night, j K. M. Hughes returned Saturday; Kugene Loopold and Alln Allen' Wednesday on business. D. I). Sailor spent a few days Wellsvllle, Tuesday. It. S. McCall was In St...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 February 1902

s THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 10 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1902. NO. 19. THE MONTOOftERY COMMERCIAL CLUli. Will mnko "Montgomery 1cst town In tho state." Officer. Jl. 8. Paul. 1'rei. Kmll Alge million, sec'y, . r. Vogl, V. Vrr Dr. T. Owiogi, Tr e at. Board of Director. It. 8. Paul, I.. C. (love. Oeo. P. Voitt, .1 K.ChadwIck, Kinll Alge riuliiru, .'at. Ferguson, Dr. Tlioa. Oivlnxi. Lcglilatlvc Committee Oeo. (Illrhrlit, ll.fl..tacVi, J. D. Harnett. C. I 8am 8lirp. Gnterprlso Committee. received 311,00 votes, find they I didn't nil tnovohcro from Northern J stntcs. More than 200,000 of them tho I Browed hero In Dcmocrntlo MIS HEARD AROUND TOWN. Uy our Specal Correspondent. a ooon town. Commercial Club," arutrl. nml mnnv nf thpm tffnwed .Tlii hero In Dcmocrntlo families. Insnld a member, "Is going to mnko 1800 Hrccklnrldgo, for President, Montgomery tho best town nf Its received .11,317 votes In this stnto, jslzo In tho stnto." To somo this iDouglns 58,801 nnd Be...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 February 1902

Mar. li'alMJSr? I I' V f- V I If" I'' ft 0 ii vs.'. Who Is to 56 Pitied Dy MAX OWEN. Why do not women liavc the neat, conveniently arranged little dens to common with men? Why is the man's room always so much more comfortable than the woman's ? You go Into the dcu of a man anil you find a bright fire that looks invitinir and homelike: von find books, magazines and papers scattered about In artistic confu sion and yet in such a way that all are within convenient rcacli j you find the big easy chairs just in the best spots In which to enjoy your self; in fact you find a room in which all things arc inviting. If you would write, pen and paper are within easy reach on the desk; if you would read and the magazine or book is uncut a paper cutler lies at your hand; if you would sleep, the big chair is at just the best possible spot to invite you to a nap. The man's room is prepared for comfort; the woman's room caters 'to her desire for adornment and inartistic arrangement of each hit of f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 February 1902

. w '3 ti'.,luyX.,7li?f'',f y v,'i 1( ' ' 'F' i, THE QUEST OF- TUB NATION. Mom Henrr Itorallr Entertained at th - National Capital-Dinner at While House. - Woahlngton, Keb. 2J. The dinner given to I'rlnco Henry by l'rcaldent ltnosovclt nt the While House liixt night cloned the vlaburiitv scries of honor bestowed on the rnynl visitor by oillclnl Washington yesterday. The nfTnlr won on no clttborte scnto nnd brought together n limit distin guished company. It wn nn nascm binge audi ns linn rarely, If ever be fore, gnthcrrd In the White Homo. To accommodate the lurge number of' guests the dinner t.ible act In the llnat rnoni, the deciinitlnna of which were on the. rnoni nmgnlllrt-nt scnle ever attempted. An HlTectlvo nnd new fenture of tlie deenrntlims una the electric light illumination. Severn) thousand little olci'trlc lights of nil riitiirn nnd urrnnged In fnnclfut designs supplemented the I'.luinlnn tlon from tlie great chiindellcr. The general etTeet of the decora tion on the din...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 February 1902

THE TRIBUNE. Published livory I'rklny BY THB 1RIBUNB PRINTINti CO., A. D. Kbadlb, Managing Editor, 8uborlptlon In Advance. TERMS) On Copy, One Yr.. $i.oo " " Six Months . .. .6oc " " Three Month jjc I'hone 96. v Notice will lit itnt mliitrlbrri "lien tfhir Urn explret mil ihey will lo cxprrl. eil to renew itielr nuliicrlplloii t nnrr. Knltrril 1 the I'o.t. office l MontKoinnjf Cliy .fcond clan mall liullcr. strugglo. Her Inst words woro! "I will coon bo at rest." Sho ex pressed herself ns wanting to die ami wan not afraid to dlo. Sho wns a kind nnd loving mother, a good wife, n good neighbor, nnd loved by nil. A christian life hIiu nlwnys live being n member of the "Liberty Baptist church. She was 51 yenrH old. Khu lcnvcs a host of relatives nnd friends to mourn her loss. After funcrnl services con ducted by It W. llunly her remains were laid to rest In the "Clark" graveyard. Miiy God's blessing bo upon the family nnd rclntlvus mny thoy nlwnys look to Ood who always rules nnd knows ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 February 1902

THE TRIBUNE. Friday February 28 1902. '-Neighborhood Nowh, ThomtiB District W. W. Mny nnd Marlon Cofib wns up from St. Louis Sundny visiting homo folks. II. A. Davidson's was visiting Tom Stansberry's Sundny. Frank Davidson was visiting 1), -M. May's Hrlday. Luther Cobb liits moved from tholtobt. Henslcy fnrm to hi farm In Cnllotvny Co. Hob. Hcnsloy hns moved on hl fnrm lately vacated by Mr. Cobb. The kiiow 1a fast disappearing and It looks ns though thu winter wan about over. The, menslec Ih sltll raging In thU vicinity. 1). M. May's family has them at this writing. Tom Stnnsbcrry liorsu broka Its leg. This Is bad hero at crop tlmo Ho hns lost three horses this winter and has just 0110 left to put In his crop with. Somo from this vicinity nllond--cd the Inst day of school nt Hazel Dull Inst Friday. Somo of thoso fellows who hnvo been dealing In option are feeling somewhat under thu weather by this lime I am sure. Somo of them ruined themselves totaly while others aio still lunging ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 February 1902

Though a Day Late Ills Formal Welcome Was None the Leas Cordial. The newspaper correspondents who are to accompany the prince on hta lour tli rough the country were also Introduced by the ndmlrnl. Tho prince, who was In excellent Bjirltn, smiled when he faced tho newspaper CAVE IN UNDER SUNNY CONDITIONS. Tha I)r Wu Scent in llecelvlof and He tornlna Onlelat Cells ami Inspecting- the Craw of the lli,l,rntllrrii- cMirla alary nm Kirhsnxrd llelsieen rrlaen and rresldent. New York, Feb. St. Prlncu Henry of lYuasln, representative of his brother, tho Uerinan emperor, at the launching of tho Inltrr's Amcrl- cnn-bullt yacht, reached New Vork, Sunday, nnd wa cordially wet- coined na a iruent of the. nation. The land b'ntterlca thnt gunrd Ihn outer harbor aounded the llrat greeting In n pouderoiia anlnlo of '.'1 guns. The rlllca of a special natal auundron a aembled In ti lit honor re-echoed tho salute) there were trrhnl greetings rom tho rcprcaenlatltea of l'rcsl dent Ilooaevclt, the nrmy, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 February 1902

THE TRIBUNE. mhllabed II r THI TIIIIIUNE rillMTIHO CO. JL, IS. KEAWLE. MDln Editor. MONTQOUEIty. l I M1SS0UBL LITTLE REO-TOPPED DOOTS. Oh, I pltr the boy of to-day) He haa plroeuree that you And I never knew Aa rudcy.faced', touilp-halred boy, It It true. Hut there's cne joy that's takn awayl Look lick o'tr the year let u lay Well, thirty lonr winters ago. When rather came home through the dp-drltteit enow With a wee pair of boota that has red top! Oh Can n boy ever know The glee that eclliuea all Joya here below It he never, at tail and In triumph, has drawn lll II rn little pair or reiMopped boota onl Oh gay little tail of to-day. Your hnrdihtpa are few, You time little to do, We are making life easier dally for you) The hour grow longer for play. We are cUarlng your troublea away; There arc fewer wood-boiea to nil When the paths are snowed under and nighte become chill. And we give jou aweet doees Instead of a pin That li bitter, but mil. Oh poor little man, tilth a Chrlttlan-llk...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 February 1902

THE TRIBUNE. ' Iliirnnm McMnlinn hns tho pncu I monlii. Friday, - February 28 looa. H. II. Williams list this week. is on tlm vtck (!. M. Wilson wns Friday. In .St. I.ouU, 1 While You are In the City call at the popular place, H. H. llnllcy spent Wcllsvlllc. Sunday In Commercial Club meet ngnlii! Miss Mnymo Dyson spent Friday Monday night. In St. Louts. Dick Berry of WHIInmsburg was W. W. Worlcy returned Satur In town shopping. Wednesday. day '" Ht- Louis. I. A. HnrroTi nsslstlngln the' .loliu Martin spent Sunday with County Clerk's ofllco this week. ! friends at Moborly. I'lilllp Miller of llnnnlbnl spent Sunday In this city. I.en Held called on friends at Miss Huo Cnrr, who has been very sick, Is somewhat Improved. Ilo sure and nttend the Commer cial Club meeting Mondny night. Wcllsvlllo Sunday, Hov. J.E. Kerr was called to! )ek Johnson spent Sunday with Uonton City Monday to preach a homefolk at this place, funeral. I llerniau Kraft of Cross Iloads Mr, mid Mrs. Itlchnrds of Mexic...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 7 March 1902

f THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 10 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1902. NO. 21. 7 i ... J THE MONTQOflERY COMMERCIAL CLUU. Will mnko "Montgomery tho best town in tho state." Officers. Jt. S. 1'ul.rrc. Kinll AlgermLaen, See'y. O. P. Vogt, V. Pree- Dr.T.Oilingt.Tfeai. Board of Directors. 11. 8. Paul, I,, c. Oove. leo. P. Vogt, .1 K.ChadwIck, Km! I Algcrmliien, Jaa, Ferguaou, Dr. Thoe. Owing). Legislative Committee. (Ico. (Illrhrlat, U.S. Jack., J. II. Ilarnell, C. !.. Clark. Para Rliarp. Hnterprlse Committee. W. W.Worley. It. II. Ilallry. Vm. Ilaai. (leo.dllrhrl.l. K. Sheete. nntcrtatnmcnt Committee. J. A. Mahery, It. A. Ilarley. A. II. Keidle. Parties desiring to tenter n new field In the manufncturlngbuslncss will do well to corrc8)ond with tho Hecrctnry. From the Carthage (Mo.) Preia The, Columbia Ilcrnld, ono of tho staunch Democratic papers of tho state, says: "No self-respecting Democratic paper can defend tho gang of Democratic rlngstcrs do-J cd than over to add to ...

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

dliffi! SUB Recent Hear? Rain In the Eat Have Been Followed by In calculable Damage. RIVERS ARE ALL OUT OF THEIR BANKS. Hallway Trams (lenrrallr Sixe-nrf-d la w York and Pennsylvania, and Moth lacoatealenreaK-perlenced r lb tar mt Malic Horn x.ualllr An lla- Port ad. Trenton, N.J Mnrch 2,-The Dela ware river reached ltgrcutct height lure ubout three o'clock this after noon. At that time It wn H feet hove the nonnnl lotci. Tim river full Of Ice lint! the witter la rush Ing through In torrent, nn.l Ihnu and of penpletlsltcd the river hnnk to-day. Very little dninaoo la hnl no ilnne by the rise In the river no far a. the actual ileal ruction of prniiorty It con ecrneU. Mnln ntrccl In Trenton nnd Mill atreet In Mnrrlllle, which are long the river edge, ore overflowed at their lowest tiollit. iind anmn fntnlllc ere obliged to use boat to et to nnd from their hitmen. The tenement of the print mill of Holding Bonn Co. la flooded, nnd the couiimiy I obliged to cease operations. 'Ihla U the ...

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

THE TRIBUNE. rnbUihtd 11 THE TnillCMK l-llINTINO CO. Am II. KKAIII.E. Manaslag Editor. MONTQOMEUY. 1 1 JOBSOUlU SUNDEAM3 QLISTEN BRIGHTLY. liny by day the lutitlght Slr.kfth In Ihe writ, D.'jilsht faiitth I rem our light. .Nature te tselh ml: Hut we know the. darkness Kjon will lls.ipr.ear. Out, wllh lovt and klndruii, Itvir iiayetn near, l'irat. the moohlisams calmly Covir with weird light Btrealna thiil How to silently, Silvers, eool, and white. Tl-tn the momlnKdAwnrth, And Ihe llRhl or day ll.rks th enrth and draweth Life from eun'a hrlsht ray Suntxanm Ktlslen brightly In thr drops of dew. And (lod. loving, klndlr, Uolh our faith rent. v Thua when rhaile and thidow IJjtkcn heart ulthfear. 1'ullh doth Miyt "To-morrow elod tll dry our tear." First come t-eaca as moonlight Mittow. mild, and mil. Thin ttrrr.alh. aa the tur.tlxht. Heart doth wurmardnil. IJaltsra not If sorrow. Anguish, grltf draw near. From (lods fount Just borrow Htrsr.gth, hope. pure, and clear, for to heart that tr...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 7 March 1902

THE TRIBUNE. PubllMliutl Kvciry I'rldny IlY THH 1HIBUNH PRINTING CO.. A. 11. Keadle, Managing Editor. Uubaorlptlon In Advnnoa. TKHMH: One Copy, One Ycr " " Six Months ' " Three Months I'hone 06. Sl.oo JSC .ottre will be unit ubaerllirrn wlirii tbfirtlme explrn ami l(y will lio rrrt eO to renew Ihrlr iilncrlpiluu l uritr. Knlcreil al llm rott-nnlco at .Motiliioinrijr v-uy eroud data mail mailer. Friday, - Harcli, ' 7 iooj, Hev. Miller filled tho pulpll at our German Methodist ctiurcn Sunday. Chas. Grosso hauled n load of goods from Now Florence for K. it ,1. Nledcrgorko Saturdry. Frcddlo llaur Is on tho sick list tilt week. Dr. Kallmcycr passed through this plaeo Saturday In company with Dr. McCnll. Miss Stella Christian and Mr, Chns. Itonnln were mnrrled at Iho homo of the brides parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Christian Sunday Mar, 2nd, Rev. It. 0. Smith ofHclatln(. Congratulations. Tui.ll'. On tho Lino. George Gilbert of near Mlddlo- town died very suddenly of pneu monia last week. Sic...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 7 March 1902

fS.TJr.'-'trlr-- -T"; ,'i.tiu.. u. i - .,-.--., .av m.i.iM,IM.i. ii.ii. I. .-I lMWPIMT' nwiii.-r.i T- . IWT II . Jf.1 ISMI! if THE TRIBUNE. Friday - March, 7, 1902. r r Neighborhood News, Wellsvlllo. Miss Mnblo Oovo o( Montgomery City wns tho guest of Miss Arllno Barker tho first of tho week. J. L. Hnrt, who has been In Martlnsburg tho pnst week, re turned homo Sunday. Mrs. Dr. Tucker Is hero from Montgomery City visiting Mrs. W. 1). White. Hov. C. C. Long tilled his np polntment nt tho linpllst church lnMortinsburg Sunday. Bollflowor. Hcv. Qlddcns will preach his last sermon at Union Chnppcl next Sunday night beforo going to conference. Meeting closed hero last Sundny night on account of bad weather and sickness. Miss Oniric Mlddlcknmp Is sick with tho mcnslcs. Aunt Sarrah Miller who has been sick for somo tlmo Is Improving. Kd OLoary of St. Louis camo up Friday. Llltio MU Until l'crklns has the measles. I Miss Kvn Luttan returned homo 1 Monday nfter a weeks visit In j Montgomery C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 7 March 1902

t 1 Joan J. Oovgiilltb City Fathers as Domestic Peacemakers By JOHN J. COUGHLIN, Alderman First Ward, Chicago. Some folks teem to think nil an alderman for a bit; city ward has to lo is to work the political wires, kce part of their constitu ent in jotis anil the rest of them out of jail. Hut these people arc off way off I They've never licen up against the Heal Thing, and they've let the Hcform Knockers fill thent up to the chin with the Spotless llrand of Self-hceiliiiK Political Lies. According to tlicsp Professional Hoastcrs every a1ilcrm.ni who don't belong to the Mamma's Own Hand of Municipal Reform Statesmen ought to hang out a shingle with the words: "Corporations Soakeil While You Wait. If the Hlg lloss Is Htisy, Apply to the Chief Hoodie Clerk." Now I'm trolnir to hand out the Straight Goods about this liusl tics: There is not an alderman In any live American city who i Roasted by the Kcd-IIot Reformer as a lloodlcr and a Worker who uon t spend a good part of his time doin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 7 March 1902

AtfjMwv iiinilaitfi.,'i)'.''Wii Va'ina eaajBrBaasBjaarsf5;r?v?-ssr f - f ' r Paarte Wee's l-rate. I Imporli of rntrchandlse Into Puerto llleo nearly ahmva exceed the export! to foreign countries. In 1(90 tie ex port! were In excess of the Imports, the first time In decade. Inthatyrar the exports "ere valued at $18,311,000, and the Imports (18,282,000. The Im ports of merchandise were exceeded bin once In history, and that was In 1804, when lliey aggregated $18,000,000. The aierage annual Imports for the fire years ending 1891 were $14,412,000, and the exports $10,911,000, and for tht fire years ending 1850 the annual Im ports areragrd $17,480,000, and the ex ports $10,100,000. Coffee and sugar are the leading articles of export from that country, and constitute fully 81 per cent, of them. Cincinnati Com mercial Tribune. Patrlolle Yuaasr Men. "I waut to do what Icon for the gov ernment, father," said the young man. "So do' we all," replied the old gen tleman. "I've just figured out h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 7 March 1902

r - pit' - THE TRIBUNE. Prlday, - March, 7 1901. r Opera House, Monday night. Floyd KIdwell spent Sunday with homo folks. Smoke Tuck Clgnrs. Opera Houso to-morrow nlnht. John Martin spent Sunday and Mondny In BU Louis. Ailnm Hlco, of New Florence wan In this city Wcdncsdny. Mls Lula Gentry In now nttend Injr sotaool at Kirksvlllo, Mo, Mrs. I. M. Hlchards camo down from Mexico, Thursday morning. Found, n pair of oyn glnsscs, np ply to Ann Iliiu.NiiY. Minn Anna Illadcs Is tho guest of friends In town this week. J. N. Davis of near Prohibition was" In town Wednesday after 11 load of corn. Ous Wilson of WcIIhvIIIii wns catling on friends nt thin plncu Wednesday. Mrs. P. P. Kills of Now Florence was the Kuost of friends In this city, Monday. Jj A. Ilnrrcll Is now nt-nt fur the Dccrlng Machine Co. with headquarters nt this place. Mrs. James llrenneu of Htrnls hwg Is thu Kucst of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Voi(t this week. h. 11. Oovo and family will soon move Into tho poperty recently v...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 14 March 1902

: r THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 0 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1902. NO. 22, THE MONTdOIlERY COMMERCIAL CLUB. Will mako "Montgomery tho best tnTn In tho state." Officer. B. 8. l'aul.l'rei. Kmll AlgermU.en, Beo'y. Q. I'. Vogl, V. frer Dr. T. Owinri. Trtii, Board of Director. Il.S.r.ul, I,. C. (lore. Oeo. P.Voft, ,3. K. Cliidwlck, Einll Algerml.aen, Jit. Ferguiou, Dr. Thoa.Onlnife. Legislative Commlltee. Oeo.Ullrlirlil, II. 8. .lick., J. U. nrnctt. C. U Clark. Barn flli.rp. Enterprise Commlltee. . W.W.Worley. K. II. llalley. I m. IImi, (Uo. (Ill.lirlU. I K. Sbeelt. I entertainment Committee. I J A. Mahery, It. A.llarley, A. II. Kridle. """V" Parties destring to enter n now i -i floldjn tho manufacturing business f'wlll do well to correspond with tho Hccrctnry.- Lkt every Ilcpubllcnn remember thnttho moat Important stops In the campaign In tho comity this year will bo tho selection of tho ticket. Hero In whero tho pnrty linn mndo Its mistake tho pnst three elections. W...

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

II toti Methuen Wounded and Pfl onr In the Hands of Gen. Delarey. A FORCE If TWELVE HUNDRED ROUTED. Ma), ,rarls, Wllh Nine Hundred Mnunled Men and Three Hundred lalaatrr, Unlua In Meel Ureulell, neeeaelullr Attacked Lord Kltaheaar'e llrpnrt, London, March 10, tt.13 i. m. Oen. Mclhucn and four guns hove been captured by Gen. Delarry. Ct-n. Me thurn wna wounded In the thigh. Three Ilrltleh officer nml 38 men were Icllled. Five Ilrlllsh oftlccr nml 7a mm were wounded. One IlrltMi officer and 200 men nre missing. The fight In which Gen. Methuen wu captured occurred before down, March 7, tictween Wlnlmrir and Llch tenburg, Orange lllter Colony. The British force numbered 1,100 men. The lloera captured nil the llrltlsh '""ffirsge. Gen. Methuen Is retained at a prisoner. i.ohd kitcmiTm:ii' HKPOIIT. II la Aaala Cumpelled t Send He Breta for llenvr l-osses. London, March 11. The text of Lord Kitchener' dlspntch announc ing the capture uf (leu. Methuen Is a followa I "Pretoria, Saturday, Mnrc...

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