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

. : f i- w - - ,...,. ". -, .- -jifji i ii u miiiiniln 1 r ' 'T " - XHE TRIBUNE. rabllthtd Ilr THE THIHCNK riUNTINO CO. A. KICAULK, Mapeg-Ha; ltdltof. liONTOOMEUY. t 1 MlSSOUItL V t.. THE HEMLOCKS AT OVERLOOK. Tht wlr.di of heaven round us range, .Vi.J Immtmorlal Sanaa tell; While w dffr each teaeon'a chanie, ilijotla and Immutable. The hours no by In measured march, Kich In Ita drooplrn drulO ehroud, While o'irui Ihrouih the ethereal arch Salt the hit ariuilee of cloud. We tarte the sweetneaa of the rain: We breait the wlrl and taih of mow) Of Clod'a vhltc lunllalit are He faint The frlindihlp of lilt attra we know. Thouah we are anchored firm In earth Del ply our roota In darknena urned Vet from th moment of ourtilrth Have e InttRKlr upward yearned. Aa elemental at the dut, Atnmof the eternal plan. We Hand In mute, unwaverlnc truil, A ellent eermon unto man, Clinton Bcotlard, In Youth's Companion. TJtACK OF THE FI11E. II V JIM A Tllt'lT manor. (Coprlxhted by Ixtly etory Pub. Co) T...

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. — 14 March 1902

T. LOUIS STORE Are having their Grand Opening this- week and you are invited to attend. MILLER & WORLBY. FHE TRIBUNE. Ubllnlie.1 Evury Krltluy BY E TRIUUNO PRINTING CO., U. Kbadlb, Managing Kdltor. Subscription In Advance TERMS i Copy, One Yesr... " Six Months ... " Three Month -.J 1.00 (0C JSC I'hono 96. Nolle will l tent iibeerlliers wlnti tli.ir lime expiree ud Ibey will lio expect. ,U to renew tbelr iiiliKrlptlun at nnre. Knterfd it the Poit-ofllre t Monlicumei Cltjr tecontl cl null matter, Friday, . larch, 14 lyoi, Neighborhood Nowh, 1 At Told by Our Assistant Hdllors. J ..- . t . tf , Prloos Branch, iJ ' 8prlng ooms to bo with us. W 1 Homo liavo commenced Lei work Ifc' I in tho Holds. hi' Quite i number In lliU vlrlnlty 'e Jw - Planted potatoes Momlny. 1 m t ti-i ...1 1 t.t . 11.. ,. utiu i minor who soiu ins uincic smith tools; stock, anil sonio of tlio household goods ii!ra Satnrdny, loft for St. Louis Sundny. ijohn Copo nttondod tho Hodgcrs slo nenr Montgomery City Satu...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 14 March 1902

THE TRIBUNE. Friday - flared, 14, 1903. Neighborhood Nowh, Amorlous. Tho roads aro very muddy. Mrs. Dr. Huffman wont to tho City this week to get her millinery "Call mid sco. Tho party given at tho homo of J. H. Dickoy's tho 8th was well at tended and all onjoyed a good tltno Tonny Nocll of St. Louis Is at homo for n tlmo. J- W. Dickey nnd llttlo son Ually ot Wcntzvlllo nro visiting homo folks a few days this week. Miss' Klorcnco C'onstanco of East Dry Fork visited tho Misses 'Carroll Saturdayr Tho sick of tho community Is not reported any better nt this writing. I. L. Mc.Cnrty has commonccd building on his rcsldcnco on Sand rook Street. An Infant child of Herman lien chcr nnd wlfo died Sunday nnd was burled nt tho Catholic church Monday. Tho Zomophono cntcrtalnmont 'given nt thu school liouso Satur day night was well attended. John Mosely returned homo Thursday night from St. Louts with his son Furrow who is very low with nn nbsess on his lungs. Ho Is now at tho homo of Dr. Huffman...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 14 March 1902

"Pip.!?"! "T.'I'W.Ji'H ,fif;'f'YiMa-Mipf..?i j'. ttmI i-L Mr. Young Hiiabnnil How wre tclirilly tlirwr tnHn urn llitlilni. One warco aee a fnut ahead uf tlieni. Why, wlial'a tlitj matter, liul.cV Why are you crying? Mr. Volliid llunliajlil lloraunr 1 ra li'l help liut reiiicmtier Ihiw only nit sevenths afro you aworo at every ll(lt wo pairl. AMERICAN MANNERS. jn Eo(lleh Think th Men of United Stales An Rude. American tome In Ktiglnm fur ;he contemplation anil t hu ttiii lion of KngUiidi learning. m I lie London Mail; they come tostntly iU art ami lo liny lit curio?, Uicy conic to meet" its) gnat men ami women, Uicjr come to visit its liittoriiul spot nil lo giuc upon lit htenr-ry, they cjcn come for clothes u lien the) ttiow no better. Hut If they can af. fait) it In time and money, they ionic Uo for Kngll.li manners. Some time Ihcy go to t'rancc for manners, ,kul KnglmiclJn tlicgiNl school. 'American men me notoriously liml auuncreil as. a clam. 'J'lic mothers ate dimMlcs lo Manic ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 14 March 1902

i i I Fatal at Vlw. Vew Enflani Statramtn Wstn't that imimijini acene in me aenatr ctismDerr ,UImin from the llreeiv Writ Mor l";i"ir It wssdi(tmtln. It wss stopped ltfjri we could tell whch one wss the belt man!-Chiratn Tribune. Mrer You ssy ihe count It looking for -vuiriiiiiiK iu mi naj 01 American serurv 'AtfE'?"- "tkopet to secure sbont rj.rtW.OOO in matrimonial bonds. Chicago 15 H 1; 1! TUB MARKETS. .New York, Msreh It. CATTLE Native Hirers..., I i ii f t V, FJ.OUH-Vlnler Wheat ... I to 5 t 11 WIIKAT-No. I Ited MHW M't COII.N-No. iffl4tt W OATH-No. 2...... ' Mi 1-UIIK-Mrsa New IJM u II l . BT LOl'lH. COTTON-Mlddllng su.f UnKVr:HHteer fn it 7 Ji Cows nml Heifer, lit 11 5 L'ALVIM (per 1 thai S r. " I2'4 IKWIH-Kulr to chniea, ... tin 11 t So HIIKKt Fair to Choice. ... I f & yt I'l-OL'll-l'ntilili lit U 411 Oilier ilnide 3 I J in WIIKAT-Xo. 1 lied -,Wl VI COIIN-No. : (I ct oats-Nu. iiv.tr i;k ItVB-No. I W a woni. Tiin-uaaheil 11 i l Other tirades 11 17 WAY -l-lcur T mnlhv tlm ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 14 March 1902

Our Carpet and Curtain Stock is immense this season and an , invitation is extended to one and all to inspect this line. MILLER & WORLBY. THE tRIBUNE. is'. Karen, Smoke Tuck ClKrs. 4 1901. Commercial Club next Monday nlgnt. TV. Y. SUlc "Wollsvllle. spout Sunday In Bring ui your Job work, snlls fnctlon guaranteed. -"Jj'T. Flood mado this ofllcon substantial call Mondny. E. P. 8hay li back at llio slutluii at this place temporarily. with Commercial Club Monday night. It. S. I'aul spoilt Tucsdoy In St. Louis. Kvcrctt Spears spent Sunday In Wcllsrllle. Dr. O. E. Muns spent Tuesday In St. Louis. C. J. Locko loft Tucsdny for Now York City to buy goods. Cnrl Hudson and Cecil McQulu spent Sunday In Wcllsvlllc. Authur Shackelford of St. Louis spent Hundny at this place Kllslm Sncthcn, o( St. Louis, spent Sunday with homcfolks. Uonresontnttvo Mnbry of Wells vlllo wns on our streets, Wednes day. place, with the first of the week. re J. M. Cater spent Sunday his family at this plnca. A. P. ...

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

THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 10 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1902. NO. 23. Make tho county campaign ag gressive from start' to finish, nntl also commence early. A Leoihlature that can not bo controlled by tho lobby Is what tho people of Missouri demand. With an honest voto and a fair count tho lobby and trio ring will bo relegated to tho rear In Missou ri tho fourth of November next. Tim Republicans of tho county havo tho material from which to select a winning ticket. They will not fall to tako advantage of tho opportunity. Dockery's Figures. From the Oregon (Ma.) Sentinel Truth Is mighty. Hero tho gov ernor admits that his ()arty ofllclals havo taken 210 from tho taxpayers' pockets for every 310 of tho state Ucbt paid. Tho debt Is now 83,- THE dissatisfied democrat On The Pine Italian Hand. In my experience In Montgom ery county politics I havo seen many flno Italian hands covering ISI.OOO; It was 821,013,110 when his'nny thing trom a two-spot to n iu i party took ...

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

WI IN III They Will Shortly Have a Club in London the Equal of Any in the United States. KSIUEITQ FILL A L0N6-FELT WANT. It Will (h MM nipimht Clnl la Kailand, Ik. Kilion Vrm lie ! HUT ronade-l.ndlr Will he Allnnad Ik. rrlvll.ajca at I'ttliU London, March 10. The report tht Americana wilt shortly have n ln don club equal In exclusivcnc anil permanence to any of t lie lending cluba In the United Hlotc. In con Armed. An Influential Anglo-Amerl-can committee haa been formed for the purpose of arranging all tha de tall and Retting I lie organization ready prior to the coronation of King; Edward. Among the committee re Ixird Klntore, Hullleld, Craven and Mnrcu llcrcsfnnl, MaJ.-tlrn. Hid lteglnald l'nlc-Cnrrw, Anthony Drcxrf nd lUglnold D. Wnril. Other prom inent men, both Ilrltlsh and Amrif lean, are expected to join the organ Ulng body In the near future. The club'a name will probably be the Co lumbia, and Ita quarter will ba In large building now orenplrd by the Avnndale hotel. 1'lradl...

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

THE TRIBUNE. rnbiiibit iif THE TIIIIIUNR pitlNTIMO CO. A. B. KKADLE. Hltn Editor. VONTQOMEitV. l t MISS0U1U A LITTTLE BOY. I Uf 't yon .loti'l Ilka UT bo. I'm sorry 'cui I tnu.lt tli" iiol", An' nlckrit th flowera, on inarkM th' tloorj 1 ain't irotn' to Uo It any more. Hut I thnuitht you liked UT box, bri-UI My ma, eho doe. My ma. ehe llkra UT boya: the thinks "They're nice, an Hotter tauaha an winks Ileal fait like euthln' hurt hrr eyta Wen I ask rt Mi' hose ever illea. 1 think ma hate to have me grow, Hhe lovea me eo. My ma art I'm all the'a not left. I ain't very hie nrr much on hell, Hut ma hi I Jen' nil her a run. An" tei my amllrA la manic charms What makea th' eludili-r go away So'a 'I tbey can't atay. So I'm itoln' home. Uood-by. Xllae Joneaj I wa'n't ten.lln" Ihr.mln' atonea 'To hurt your rati an' here'a your flow era BeemcU like they was purllern oura. I'm aorry for any UT boy 'I you hjd, 'Cut you nit mail. (locMMiy, Xllae Jonsa. -Truman Itolwrta Aiulrcwa, In I.lpln colt'a...

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

1 IS? . si 5.. THE TRIBUNE. "Publlsliod fcSvory Krlclny ny THE TRIUUNB PRINTINO CO., A. B. Kkaulb, Managing Ed'ltor. Subscription In Advanua TKHMSI One Copy, One Year. '" " Six Months.. " " Three Months $1.00 .doc .15C Phone y6. Notice will bo acni tninrillirfii wlim tlifir lime e.rn .ml ilicy will la xpfct d to renoit lliflr iihicrlpllou it oner. Knlrrrtl t the IW-otllfe at Monlgoinf ly City Mcimil tl Hull inatlrr. I'rlday, . larch, 31 1902, Noltfhborliootl XiiWH, As Told by Our Assistant IJdltnrs V. WclNvlllu lllTII linvo .,v w r. , hi Gammn. Don Mn ild wns In Tucsdoy. Tho lionvlest rnln fell Tuesday nnd Wcdm-mlny we hnd for nlmott 11 yenr. John Vrrnnttl nml NcNon Child wcro In Wollsvlllu Tuesday. Penrl Mock nml sister were In Dollflnwcr Thursday. Enstor services will hnhcldnt tho Chapel. Tom Mnbry nml fninlly vixltt-tl relatives nenr Marling Inst week. Job Monro and (11 111 My ot Cross HondH visited nt I.. I). Evan's Bnlurtlny nml Sundny. ElTio Vrrnnttl hns gmm to 81. Louis. II. ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 21 March 1902

-(' t THE TRIBUNE. Friday - larch, 31, 1902. Neighborhood Ncwh, Peytonta ' Cold wind Ilko winter weather nt this writing the 17th. Jackson W. Mitchell and family visited at John D. Conlcy's In Callaway county on Monday. A lino rain fell hero last week which put considerable water In the well and ponds and raised tho creeks. Roy Willis who lives south of hero was at 1'cytonla on business Monday. Joseph Hudnall linn tho pneu monia. Mr. Franklin's children linvo recovered from the measles. James A. Podds is agent for tho AVorld's Hook of Knowledge and Universal Kducntor published nt I'hlladclphln, I'n. Nathaniel S. l'cnn,of Callaway county passed hero Tuesday. Jackson W. Mitchell traded a gray mnro to Joseph 11. lludhall for n black horse. Mrs. Curtis Ooodmnn was nt l'eytonla on business on Tuesday. Two men drovo sheep from Cal laway county and passed here on Tuesday. Lin Attcrberry who has been making tics for Mcltnyo north of Whetsnn Creek was at l'eytonla last Tuesday. Louts Tnto Is...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 21 March 1902

The Modern King's Joker By WRIGHT A. PATTERSON. i ECAU5K .1 man is u lawmaker for a rjreat nation or a Krcat coininomvcaltli Li no loiter an indication that he is "not a fit sntijcct for an insane asylum. Time was, in tills country, at least, when to le elected to represent a certain percentage of tlie American people, a man Jiail to he at least sane. Sttcll is not the case to-day, cither in this country or the so-called enlightened na tions of Hurope. When ue.rcad of the idiotic legislation proposed and Mnnctiiucs enacted, hy the great parliamentary bodies of the world, we stop and wonder if all the In- mates of the insane asylums of the world have not heen turned loose at the polls, and permitted to select from their own uumher the ma jority of the nation's lawmakers. This condition is peculiar to no one nation; Al.l. SI I ARE 'ALIKK IN TIIK IDIOSYNCKASIUS Oh Till? DISKASIU) DRAINS THAT IIAVK. IN' I.ATIS YIvARS, I-'OUNl) A WAY INTO Til 15 USGISl.ATIVli HAULS OI' '11115 WOULD, nor ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 21 March 1902

?1 a, . GATE THAT CAD NOT SAO. lave atral br a !ve York Male r Waa Carrsldera II a Device ml Harm Merit. A subscriber living In Wrstfleld, Chautauqua county, X. W who pre fers that lila tmino .should not be lined In print, sends lo Die New York Tribune a description of a goto which he constructed several yearn ffu on a farm where he then Hied. Its ((rent merit la ttint It netrr saga. Yor (ralepoata he used eight by right tlnibera, set fully 13 fret apart. With the Idea of letting a load ot hay through, the rap piece ought to be fully 13 feet nbove the ground, and may he udvAntaRcously cut out if lx by right stuff. The posts tdiould be act In atono or cement, ao aa to be proof against the action of the frost. A sill or threshold Is also prntldcd. Tills should mensura six by eight or right by eight and com rilst of oak or chestnut. The better the timber for tho rest of this frame, the longer It will last. The full length upright of each gate Is made by four by four hard wood scantling...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 21 March 1902

7. IK' ft RE' THE TRIBUNE. Friday, - March, 2 1901. Pmoko'Tuck Cigars. Pfttronlio Yertlso. merchant who ad- John Martin was In Now Flor ence Sunday. Ab Hlckcrcon of Kansas City was In town Sunday. Gcorgo Jones spont a fow hours In Wollsvlllo Monday. Joseph Hunt of Mlddlotown was In this city Thursday. Miss Kmtna Turner Sunday from St. I.ouls. rolurncd O. A. Uolircr of BclUlowor was on our street Thursday. Dr. Foreman of Joncsliurg was horoon business Tuesday. Little Miss Mary Xtinnclly has been iptllo slelc this week. Dr. J. L. Jones of JoiieshutK was on Our streets Monday. Mm. U.S. McCiill has been miin borud ultli the sick this week. Miss Annlu Blades returned to her homo In Mlncnla Monday. O. T. Munns nnd V. S. Oosliurn . worn 'In Wcllsvlllo Wednesday. V. I.. Guptou was transacting business nt St Clinr'es Wedm-sdny. 800 If wo eau't please you In a hat. IliiUNKit V Scott. Mrs. Luey Kldwell spent a fow lioum In Now Florence Kattirdny. Mr. and Mrs. Will linns returned Snturday from ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 March 1902

THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 10 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1902. NO. 24. Four years In ono ofllco ought to satisfy an ordinary man. Republic Missouri Is Coming. ELECTRIC LIGHT FRANCHISE, Some mon who havo hold ofllco lour years claim they hare mado nothing. If they spent no mora to bo elected than Is allowod by law, and haven't mado nny thing, they should bo glad to quit Frank Wells, of Bear Creek Township Is spoken of as a pros pcctlvc candidate for ono of the county offices. AN Illustration Two men ro elected to county office, each re ceiving a salary of ono thousand dollars a year. Uudcrtheuw one holds his offlco for two years and the other four. At tho end of two years, tho two year man runs for re-election and succeeds. At tho end of four years "custom" says the two yoar man must step down and out, but that tho roan who has held his offlco undlsturbod for four years Is entitled to four years moro This "custom" giving tho four year men such an advantage has no ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 March 1902

Ike Havana of To-Day One of the Moat Healthful of the World'e Seaports. UK FACTS THE WORLD SHOULD KNOW. llnli Oat ef Yellow Kevars ." 'Hams lh Annlran an M'r Rfajatallon and Ihe War Waa Vpn thm llree.lt; Place MihiIImi, Washington, March S3. An Inter estlng statement concerning tlic Ini Pruvcment In hrallli condition In Havana since tho American occupa tion of Cuba, nllh )Hclul vllul statistic for tlio calciul-ir jenr 1901,' has been made public! t7 tho Insular division of tha war- department, l'artlcular nlltntlon la paid to tho punting o( tin city of yellow feter, during the pMt year, by the destruction nt In fected mosquitoes. It I of taut Im portance, tho statement says, that these facta b matla known to the ' world extensively ami n rapidly at poulble. During tho pant yean, vlth acarecly an exception, om t deaths bar occurred from jillow fever In every month of tho year, tho maximum, 8.038 death. Inking plnco In 183T) the. minimum, St ilentlm, In IWo, with the avcrngn 7SI. The ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 March 1902

J THE TRIBUNE. I I'sbiiikM nr TBC TIIII1DNB rniMTlxa CO. A. H. KKADI.E. Mnln Editor. MONTGOMEIIY. l 1 MISSOURI Hank, (till a-turn!n' hit meat, an'i IholcauiiiiltliBehewavniakin'until a-itnackin' lilt lip at Hie meat wat he wat a'moit inter camp, when allov n-giltin' nearer done. 'II' a b'ar. an' a tuddlnl ole Hank jell out: " ... ..i ....... i . .. i inin o i flriw cfjou jest let him alone till we git '"Ult ycr gunt an' tnin up atrcci away with this ttcak, he'll let you Thct airaginiwincgn'zzljr T , alone, I reckon.' "Inlets 'n no time we'd dropped our M ..... ...... . IhiMimiitl 1nllnr DAY I MADE MY MOTHER CRY. I look back o'f the wast of years, O'er ecenee of sorrow and o( Joy, O'tr days of smiles and days of tcara, O'tr dint of cold, and dull alloy; 1 have not falled-my life men rait A (rand auccess and yet, I sigh O'er one dark not that dims It all Tho day I mada my mother cry. I see hrr ehsdini from the aim Her dear, old, tear-stained, anxloua far. While I. hr boy. hrr only one...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 March 1902

(I MPtribune. iter - 4, A. ' -' V'S'UbllBhMfl 'Munntr T?i-lrlriv 1 i , r - by MB, TRIBUNE PRINTINQ CO. A. BKKADI.B, Managing Editor. A " T Subscription In Advane. 1 TERMS i wiw Copy, one Yr $1.00 " " Six Months 6oc " Three Months 3Se a." i fcfiv ft. liv: if 1 J' it' pa Phone 96. Nolle will bo lull ttiliicrlberi when inoir tlmt oxflrtt nil iher wilt I10 txptet u w renew ibeir tutucrlptlon at once. Knlered it Ilia l'oit.oillco t MontgoRiriy Friday, . iinrch, 38 100a, Neighborhood Ncwh, At Told by Our Asslitant Editors. Big Spring F. Niedcrgerko nnd family ami Miss Lula Cull went to St. Louis last week. Tlo Contractor MeLay was In this placo Inst week. 0. P. Movers school closed lust Thursday. Jcsslo Hnrrcll, llio Docrlng Ma chlno ngont, wus In this plnco last week. J. C. Whltcsldo nnd wlfo went to St. Louis Inst Momlny to pur- chaso their Spring good. Albert Myor gave n soclnl last Wodnnsdny night. Chns. Bonnlo nnd wlfo mured near I'cndlclon wheru they will mako their future home. Art...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 March 1902

THE TRIBUNE. Friday - (larch, a8, 1903. IVolgltborhood News, Amerlous. Garden making la the order of tho day. Mrs. Dr. Huffman will have her 'millinery opening Tuesday. Charley Kohrman's hand is Im proving. Dr. Huffman took tho -stlches out of his hand this weak, 'they numbered thirteen. Ills llttlo finger will not havo to bo amputat ed but will always bo stiff. Red Husscll of Mlncola visited Dr. Huffman's Thursday night. Leo Slowart had n log rolling 'Saturday. Fcrrow Mosclcy is now at homo 'two miles west of town and ho Is much better. Tho "Iron man" was In town gathering up scrnpjron this week. Cook & Co. saw mill runs most every dny of tho week. Lear McCarty of Pralrio Fork Is visiting relatives In town. "Editor" Dickey and son of Wcntzvlllo returned homo Sunday softer spending two weeks with re latlvct at this placo. A committee has been appoint ed to clean off tho gravo yard on West Dry fork, tho Hunter Gravo .yard as 'It Is called. Tho brush had grown up so tall you could...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 March 1902

112-- Z"W "V ?- 1 r HeSreN wfcSfiiWw KKr. weep. O world I tflZTVJ p World that lit taint .. . 10 vt Ma I alala If tini n valn-llla bead Is , low la lh (.ravel , Hm.iw ba con dawn la Wool; and tr.a W f II I Al.yw.W r.1 filial IUlh atlrrrd tht sepulchred J end, and thy trill, lk xl I r' . . I u I Mowl, with halilnc Irnid, and eye tin used la lb iisiiif 'And "Wbar li liar they try, In their wild And Mlt r r I 1. 1 1 bn a votes, that la not , volcr, but n ,.c,w 1 I" tha (loom, Makefh lam.ntt "Ay. wlitrtT fir U dead Is Joseph's lombl" .Weep, srttp, mr null With the torrowlra woman threat nrlnc Hint thin alms of ttsra-the llatlyr of Calvary! For lbs nob hath wreakr d III will arid I ho Hailed bandaand fl Ar wrapped In tha 1 1 nan whit, lor th alumbtr or silanc meet' Nltht o'tr tha city brood., ami Ilia heavena ar tita!, mA Ui With never a Hlar of Hope for thoio oho louowea mmi Mournful I ha plaint and detp, of Hit loit World's Hnal ilnfiini "lit la drad-tha Chrlil la dtad and laid In Joat...

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