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

WHERE DOCTORS FAIL ToCnro Woman's Ills. lydln E. rinkham's Vegetable Com ponnd Succeeds. Mrt. Pouliuo Jnd&on Writes : "Dim Mm. Pikkuam ! Soon nflct ny raarriago two year ago I founl myself in constant pain. The doctor aald my womb vraa turned, and thli caused tho pain with conslderablo In flammation, lie prescribed tor mo for llnsnle Anparatns tir Which Any Uriah! Parmer Can Katlly Ob lain m l'roper Grade, A .1rt. In- l,..f.ll..i. In llll 11,. .... Ur.n.... ... f, rfrade while dipping drains Isilcscrlbcd ji. tt. Biniiu, noinrrse. county, ir. look a piece of board it, n, right feet ng, setcn Inches wide, nnd nnllcd on ivn 4lirr.iipn rm1 titia li It fill. tlnjr out the lection of ihe board be- imcn mem, as iiiiih in inr uiusira tlon. Then I nnllcd n pleco of lath across the tops of the three-cornered pieces. A piece of clapboard, il, thrc feet long, tens sharpened nearly to a point on the thin side nnd nailed di agonally to the side of the eight-foot loard, thin edge tlottn, so th...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 March 1902

THE TRIBUNE. 'Friday. - rUrch, 28 1901. Commercial Club meeting, Mon day night. spent Sunday In Ab Wilson Wcllsvlllo. Smoke Tuck Cigars. Commercial Club day night. J.W. Davis here Saturday. rocctng Mon- of Dcllflowcr was f 1 n . . " . ft. uranam or Mlncoln wan In town Monday. Geo. Jones was calling on friends 1 woiisvlllo Sunday. uurnam Bisk spont a few hours in WoIIbyIIIo Sunday. MIbs Ilamoi spent Saturday net Sunday In 8t. Louis. J. T. Hensley was calling friends at WclUvlllo Huaday. Homer Sabourln spent a few hours In Jonesburp, Sunday. Judgo fc, M. Hughes opened court in Troy Monday morning. 10 lb of good ooffco for 81.00 at tho Bellflowcr Department Store. Born to tho wlfo of V. W. Brundago Sunday March. 23rd, a Ano girl. Mr. Chnmbors of Ht. I.ouls spent bundny with IiIh slater, Mrs Blntncr. 8am Itughos, of .St. Louis, spent Sunday with homo folk 11 1 this place. ulg lino of men's and boys' atraw hats nt tho Bollilowcr Dep't Btoro. Miss Dollle Heath Is visiting her grndmothcr f...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 4 April 1902

1 THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 10 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, APRIL, 4 1902. NO. 25. r Republican County Convention. Thirty Year of Ono Party. Pursuant to tho direction of the I Ah a pin In business proposition, Hcpubllcnn County Committee, of i touching tho common rights of Montgomery county n delegated .citizenship no well ns mnlcrlnl In convcntlon Is hereby called to tcrcsts, there ought to bo n change meet nt tho Court Iiouhc, In Mont-'In tho government of this state, gomcry City nt 11 o'clock n. in. I Tho signs of degeneracy nro so Mondny, April 2S, 1002, for tho J mnny and so grave thnt they will purpose of clcctlrg dclcgntos to compel tho peopto to net In self tho Stnto Judicial, Congressional defense. F.vcry department when nnd Senatorial Conventions nnd i weighed In tho Imlnnro Is found attending to such other business i wnntlng. What Is tho situation In ns mny properly come before tho I tho succession of legislatures? convention. 'They are, as admitted by Demo Produ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 4 April 1902

PUZZLE PICTURE. "wuv .un: tin1 mi nir.r tii miiuvi m sun im:aiimii INVENTION'S HOME. (or ittw Britain Ttktt Foramoit Rink Patents Granted IU Cltlient. Invention',, lionic 1 in - lii'Cii fuiinil In Nov llrilnin, Ciuiii,, iicciitilin;.' In llir llronkljn laj;l I'liMicily lin- jusl licen given to till' tllM-IIWtJ llml lil'iri- iatriit luivc- licm ".miil'iil In llio ciliiiclis of New Itritiiin limn to I lion1 tif nny ntlivr til) in iln' vvnrM. Ill ir(iiiirliiiil In Ms h7 also, Un to n cmilnliM mure Invi nlloii. limn nny ollirr nnei' In 1 I'tiilnl Suits. In I lie sunt ny llul C'nimcctiiiit lullls llll U ttnll'r In I lie llllllllllTllf iU In editions, hi .Vi m Itrilnln stum! UmI lllllfllftf llll till tiiWileiift'iillllcell- cul. Olil iiHi(U'iil.iif tin' l un liml lone rcnlirtl tlml ilic rnilil ti-i iiinl pro (ill piv'1'ciil.t of New llrilnin vvtri' due In !Ik iiniiiiif.uliinsnf putrnt ar ticles, lint until one irmiV uiltcnl re search tumiftlil tin fml In llf-lit. Ilicy had n u i 1 1 cxi l...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 4 April 1902

' ft' """" If Caalast Malettra Cm tllck. A atbtiut officer who not very lone if retired to print life atartad to butld up anew hit Itw practice. A corporation cars vt Mat to blia by a brothtr lawyer. Meet ing that lawyer lattr, the tx-bict mini r allied what be ought to charge. ''WUt did )xu think ol charging J" ashed bis friend. "Well," the reply was, "I thouht thou sand dollars would bo about right." "My dear fellow," lh other lawyer re sponded, "( you do that you will nntr get another caae, Kx-cablnet mlnittera arc a luiury, If they are worth anything. Send a bill for 3,0W retaining fee and you will get cheek (o-morrmr. Then adjust your regu lar charges at your Iriiure." . The thing was done, with the mult pre dicted. It If tald that the gentleman in question made In a. month- at much as the aura of hia talary during hit entire official tenn.-N. Y.'-ont, Properly l'ltnil, The bead of a well-known shipping firm In tliia coiintry received a letter from a mil lionaire tin lit banker...

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

THE TRIBUNE. Published ECvury Krldny by THE IRIUUNO PKINTINd CO., A. H, KEADLK, Managing Fdltor. Subscription In Advance. teiims : OfW Copy, One Year.. ..,. , " Six Months..., " " Three Months.. I'hono 06. . $1.00 60c ....35c Node will lie Kiit tuliicrllicrn wlirn tluir lime (xplren mhI tlior will lio rxpert J lu rensw thrlr lulmrlptlnn nt on-. Knlcrt d t Dm I'o.l.offlii. it Moiiliroincijf City tpronil clot mail nullrr. Misses Susto nrnl Maggie Maho nay attended tho bull nt .Martins burg Mondny night. Mrs. Lon Shonncssy of Pcndlc ton Ik visiting her parents hero. Clifford Strnnk of nenr Middle town wnH hero Tuesday. A. J. Illnttncr 11 ml family spent Sunday at C. W. White's near Montgomery. Iter. liny Hell filled tho pulpit at the first M. K. Church Sunday. In tho town election held at this plnco Tuesday, uvery thing went licpubllcnii by n Isrgo majority. St. K1.M0. Friday, .' April, .(, !. Neighborhood Nc.wh, AsTold by Our Assistant IMllor.s. WoIIbvIIIo. Ilov. C. (1. Long left last...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 4 April 1902

i. IfflffT'TTifriMMiMiMiWMir' "TV it-htiiit i in nnun Tmar n Hii'iiinMiMfAitfli mmmm ''! 'I 1 ' if Ivt.' r lit' THE TRIBUNE. Friday April, 4, 1902. Neighborhood No avh, Hazot Doll. Quito n tnow storm yesterday evening. J110. Ullllou wan la Mltldlctown Saturday. Misses Jcnnio Cowherd mid Kox lo Ilea ton visited Mrs. I'olntlow Sundny evening who lind nccl dcntly scalded her fnco mid brenst with hot wnter, nnd In suf fering grcntpnlu. Cnrl Smith is working for Chns. Kruft of near Cross Heads. Ilez. Bethel's folks havo tho mcnslcs. Mrs. Dclllnh Collins nnd Mrs. Del In Ilethcl visited Mrs. Jno Million Inct Frldny. Messrs Willie Mnuptn, Tom Kloyd, nnd George Mnupln attend ud tho Knslor exercUos nt Two Mllu church hut Sunday. Miss Mulla Logan visited Mrs. Jno. Mauplu Inst .Saturday. Big Spring Hen Smith left Mommy for Hopewell nendemy Wnrrcn county where ho will seek work. I'miik Warner of High Hill nnd nu oculist were In this plnco Tuus duy. Mr. QUI thu piano nnd organ mnn was in this pln...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 4 April 1902

5 ;'!Wii flM Baenaoue Damage Caused In the Southern States by Over flowing Rivera. DEATH IN A COAL MINE. ?f3aWL 7 rwealr-Foar Ms ImI llr Kiploilon f Uh In lb Melaon Mln at IMrtoo. Teull. "V.I. 7 ' J lis.es will reach four millions, T Ll" Gmallln Quit lleavr. Ik a T rr lUportrd llrlDK All Ml" ansaa-Tb Work of llMlrottlon Mill tlolnc l-nllro.d Tram. Niarlr l WMallU. Chattanooga, Trnn., April W txpluslt,n of gos, generated by coal uit, ucurrrd In I lie XHnn mine of (he Dayton Conl nnd Iron Co., Oiiylmi, Trim., yesterday. Fourteen .lend bodies have hern reentered, two miners nre fatally Injured iiml ten in Inn I ntf. Sclent t-flir inm were llir ml nr. (lot mint In tlir Nelson mine anil the men nrc rrniilrril tn Use safety lumps. It In the ruin of the company lor lln- miners to place their fuars rrudy in lo lighted for blasts Just I LllflllKHiu... ... . - . peuv irz:; : , ',r. 'i"" -' '. '- Tear, says: Horrlman wa. destroyed ""'1 1"1rr ''" '" n "fire r the Hood on account of overflow "! ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 4 April 1902

THE TRIBUNE. rofaiuhtti it THE TRItlUNK miNTlNO CO. Am iU HKAHLK, Managing Editor. HONTG OMEUY. j. L MISSOUM. THE HAYFIELD. Oh the fragrant, mlt hay field Of ihoitQ morn In kn f recti and nmrct. When the tlw kneeiltrp waa lying t.tinh nml ronl to bolh ffft; When th bobolink, awlnxlnjr. Trilled tit ioyoua way Alontr And the mcdow lark In rapture lMped hla mellow matin aong, -Oh the hoon ttdea of the haytlrM, Whvn the rmplte IiaJ been wont With the Unrtd ateeped nil In plumber 'Neath the burning summer sun, When tha bumble bee, a loafer, Hcarce auttnlned hla drowny drone. And the locuata, never reaping, Hcraped In lair monotone. Then the elm tree need not farther Ileckon to ua thankleAil), And Its hade, by heat encircled, Pormed n grateful hontelrle Where the baiket'a homely content We illscunted 'mid Jeil and quip, And the water Jug, embeaded. 1'jMed around from Up to Hp. Oh the evenlnifn In the hay field. When the ahadowa lengthened fil. And In wearr bllanful alienee We homeward go ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 4 April 1902

fiB TRIBUNE. Friday, - April, , 1901. 6augoand Hoo nt J. T. KELLY. NUN- Tho Commercial Club meets Mdndny night. Linn Lockwood of St. Loula apont Sunday at this place. Ooorgo Pearson of Moxlco spent Easter with frlcndii In this city. Drew Lftll spent Sunday at this place. Doo Hall and family were In town Snturdny. ICd Sheets of nanr Truxton was In town Saturday. l'rof. WIo of Wcllsvilla was on our streets Saturday. Mr. It. S. Paul la the uncut of frlemlH ut Do.Molns Iowa. .Something new, n Dlrlc Planter nt J. T. Nu.nnkixy. Corn 1 It. II. Jlalley was transacting Dr. D. O. Hudson wan In Wells- J ,l"-' In Wcllavtllo Wednesday. Tlllo a fow hours Wcdnosdny. Miss Kato Wades of Mlnncola Jnmos McQtilc vn calling ' wni shopping In town Wednesday iricnus ni woilsvlllo Wctlnesiliiy Attend the Commercial Club ovc' meeting next Monday night, tlio Mm. K. II, AlKorml sacn and Mrs. j 7th. v,ox spent, a low hour In Well-; rlllo Saturday, Paul Drown, Jr. of St. I.ouIm was Iho guest of friends liero 11...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 11 April 1902

THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 10 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, APRIL, 11 1902. NO. 26. CLUU RATES. Tho Tkiiiune mid Soml-wcokly Globo-Dcmocrnt ono year, 81.75. Tho TitiuuNi:' nnd Coleman's Ilurnl Word, ono yenr, 81.50. Tno TlllliUNKntid Missouri Stale Republican onq yenr 81.50. Tho TltlllUNi:, Scml-wcekly Olobo Dcinoernt, Colemniin Hurnl World, ono yenr 82.25. Tho Tihiiu.nk, Missouri StatoItc Republican County Convention. I "DOCKERY IS AN ABBANT cnwAQn" -MTiiKiu. t tofrrr Pursuant lo thn direction of tho ' Well-Known'Tunhter Discussed KepubHcnii County Committee, ol . Wide-Open St. Louis, v " , . .convention In hereby culled to "Oov. Dockery In n political meet nt tho t'ourt house. In Mont- RBAUTFUL SPRINQ-TIMB, CO.NTIttllUTi:i). "llcaullful bird of spring has come, Keeking n plneo to build hln home. Wo enter tho Hprln,; thun of I HOI!. cownru, nn nrrnnt cownru no i"iKOmery City nt II o'clock n. m. . Mny wo not liopo tltnt It will bo n tho worst failure, ns fnr ns Bt. , Monday, ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 11 April 1902

1 HIT IN Hl Suicide of Junes Whitfield, Presl dent of the Western Base ball League. A VICTIM OF HARD WORK AND WORRY. Waa orlla Kdltor nC Ike Kan. aa Cllr liu, aad Thai Wllh III ball Inter! and Financial nararaaa Overtaxed and I nhal ( anrd Ilia Ml. 4, Kalians City, Mo., April B. .TninCH "Whitfield, president of the Western Jlaseball league, and for mnny yenre Mirtlnf editor of Hie Knnsus Clly Btar, committed aulclde nl Ma home Hera eurly Monday morning. Mr. Whitfield una well known porting circle thrnucl unit fl lit Mnt "or the latt ten year he lm hern In charge of the sporting department of tlio Hlnr, una In Hint cupnclty ma n. nay kept In tourli with the mllllc if tho national gnme. (. wna nellie 1.V engaged In bnscbnll on early n tlio eighties. e wna nop of ttia orgnnlr ' r of the original Western league nnd was It flrnt president. In issil lila presence nt tho National Icniru meeting In Chicago nnd Nov Vork mid hla plena for Kmisn Clly on those occasion won for Mm Ita flrnt and ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 11 April 1902

THE TRIBUNE. ! TBK TRlnt'.NR rHINTINO CO. A. B. KKAULlt, Mniln Editor. liONTQOMEIlY. x i MISSOURI. ONE OF " THE FINEST." The. ntctit mnn ! evsraaw," 8 j 1,1 little Nan la tne, ."I the one who Minfii outside our sehool Whin e're In out at three. Jlii dre seed Just ns the totdirra arel He wears gold button, too; And he stands up so proud and straight, The way tb soldlere do. "He aloata sarai 'Corn, little kids, I'll take jrou 'crori street;' and I guess 'cause I'm the llltleet girl lla alwaye hotda my hand. "And all the cart and horses slop llt'a an big they don't dart To ay 'Oet up' and drive 'em on. Ileeaus ht'a standing there. te makea believe to chaie the boys. And ihokea hli lilt, and then lit lausha and lauahi, and they all con.f A-tcamnenns uacK again. "Sometlmre he pati me on the head And taytl "llol little lrl. Ton jrotna; to wait till Christmas cornea To cut me olt that curl!' "And one time when It rained, the atreet Was muddy, and I cried; He picked me up and carried ma Itl...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 11 April 1902

I r Ariwip Tw wm ohscrvoil hero I Ithnm McMalian Is prospecting 1 iiii I X. " I I Arimr Dnv wnii observed hero kTHR TDIRI IMP h.v nlnnUm? several trees In tho school house yard. Published lSvory PVIclny iwob..-i y St. Louis Saturday evening, and spent Sunday with homofolks, ro- TI1B IRIUUNQ PHINTINO CO., turning to St. Louis Monday morn- A. U. KKADl.n, Managing Kdltor. , , . ' Misses Lcona and Margaret ltlt- ' lor and lllttu brotlicr of St. Louis Icnmo up Saturday to spend llio ,.$i.oo summer with Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. A tux Anderson, their grandparents. 35c' Wllbor Ilalley of Montgomery City attended church at Ilriishl ' Creek Sunday morning. 1 i.ml l..nmn T.ntrnn - - . ,.unrun .uriia it None will ! cnt tnbierlbtrii wi,f n B.)tmt Saturday and Sunday with tlinr time t xplrc. ,,,J tl.oy will lo rxirct. , ' -i-iiy,.,. eu to renew their .ulcrlaloi. t unrt. Ulney rclium s. i Lawrence Pltlengcr nnd family Knlcrril at tlm t.nfflm t Moniiinmeiy ' sncnl Sunday with relntlves on . West Pralrlo. M...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 11 April 1902

V THE TRIBUNE. Friday - April, , iooj. "Neighborhood News, Now Hopo, Farmers nru nil through sowing ont, nml nro busy plowing (or corn. Mrs. Knlo Oliver In on the sick list this week. Dr. 0. K. Muns called to seo her lnt Sunday. Win. Appling mid Hon, Horncc, visited Joseph Appling last Sun day. Will Aldcrson visited John Cox 'and family last Sunday and Mon day. I'd Polndcxlcr and family were trading In Montgomery City last Friday. Hov. S. T. Hudson of Springfield, Mo. will preach nt Now Hope llnp- tint Church next Sunday event April 111, 11102, nt 3 o'clock. Every 'body Invited to come. Sunday School commenced nt Jicw Hope Inst Sunday with a full nttoudtuico of officers and teachers present. Every body In Invited to come, mid take pnrt In this Sun dny School. Time of meeting Ih .2:30 p. m. every Sunday afternoon Milton Oliver and family visited E. S. Enmcs last Sunday. At tho school meeting held nt tho Flpps school house last Tues day, Sam Ponn was re-elected di rector. A hIx montli...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 11 April 1902

if.- 4- 15 3. Ik 'Herc arV few considerations for you, young man, and now Is, Kopd a time as any other to give them your attention aooooooociooooooaooog What Arc You Doing for Your Country? As an American you are proud of your country, of course. Vim arc glad to sec it in I lie van of the world. NOW WHAT AUK YOU UOINO TO ADVANCK IT? AUli YOU CONTRIBUT ING YOUR SHARK TO ITS By DR. MORGAN DIX, km tl U OU Trisllf Cksrtt, Kiw T.ik $000000000000000000000 'ADVANCKMENT 1IY DISCHARGING YOUR UUTIKS, 1'UU LIC AND I'RIVATK? Do you stand in your own personality for all those qualifications that will increase its influence for gooil, or arc you, like too many of its citizens, indilTcrcnt? You do not amount to much if you arc wilting to let others make your country great, while )ou stand liy as unconcerned as a dead weight. If you arc anxious to really DO something, you might fight three enemies that are opposed absolutely to the puhlic peace of your country. These are IGNORANCK, DISCONTENT and D...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 11 April 1902

Aa'U Hi-Day lor Allcn'a I'i.nt.Ka.r. It cure, swollen, aching, tlrej feet At all prwrsUU and Hhoo atom. 2.V-. Hamp.e sent Ifaaa. AdJreaaA.H Oltailcd, Lo Itoy, M. Y. Nelt "Cholly tr'U in he lwlonei to the 'mart et.'" It. 11c "I don't doubt It, lie certainly stupid rnoujh to tie eligible.'' Philadelphia Record. TO YOUM LADIES, From tho Trcasnrcr of the Yonng People's Christian Tern-pet-unco Association, EllzabcU; fcalnc, Fond da Lac, Wis. Them Him. Piskiiaki I want to tell you and all tho young ladles of tho country, liotr grateful I am to you for all the benefit I haro recclreil from swing Lyillu E. IMiiklinm'tl Vcro tablo Compouutl. 1 suffered for miss rxiZAnrmt caixe. eight month from suppressed men Btruatlon, and It effected my entire) system until t becamo weak nml dcbll itated, anil at tlinca felt that I hod a hundred aches In an many places. X only used tho Compound for a ferr week, but It wrought a change In mo which I felt from tho rcry l-rglnnlng. I haro been very regular si...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 11 April 1902

THE TRIBUNE. Frldny, - April, , 1903. H. II. Bailey spent Wednesday In St. Louis. A. O. Lognn spent Sunday St. LouU. In Luther Bordeaux In St. Louis. spent Sunday AVnller Hlbbert went t.. St. Louis Mondny. Ship Stull Tif.MomKoinety Mill SJI.W) per humlreil. Madam Humor suys wedilliiK bells will soon ring. I. M. UlehiinlH nml wife spent Sundny nt thin phtco. lien tllndcs spent Siimlny In! ' St. Louie. I Miss Thnrp7rWchsvlllo visited here Inst week. J. I'. Metzler was In St. Louis Snturdny nnd Sunilny. K. U. Sherman spent Snturdny mid Sunday In St. Louis. Judge Harnett was transacting! business In St. Louis Tuesday. llun and .lou MeClenry went to St. I.oula Thursday morning. '22 pounds of Prunes (or 8l.X)ntj$ the llellllower Department Store. Leslie Held was culling on friends at New Kloreneu Saturday. IT DRHWS THE BHR NO PUSH. ON EARTH 11 w 11 L'Jir.u S5(r Tlil Drawn the Ilr. Ailittil Traction. (Icorgo .lone madu n regular rail Sunday evening at Wellsvllle. A thlm? of beauty Is n lov...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 18 April 1902

THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. &1 VOL. 10 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, APRIL, 18 1902. NO. 27, I J'' CI.UU MATHS. The TiiitiUNi: nnd Scml-weoldy Olobc-Dcmocrnt one yrnr, 8IX1. TI10 TuiliUNB mid Colcmnn's llurnl Word, one yrnr, SI.oO. STATU FUNDS ., , , U NT,,CK , . ' iiKAiiiiuniiBHTPii1 Tlmt tho '-l'lllenn Club of i iMISAPPKOI'MATljD Monl(,()mtry Township will meet (si.i. iirimi.iici cinp.lin lt.k, i'.J.) in the Circuit Court mom, nt thol Tho controversy between oflicliil collrt house. In tho City of Mont documents on thu ono sldo nnd mnr.. onTuosdnv Atirll 22. HKVJ. Tno TlllltUNKiiud Missouri Stnto ipurtUnn assertions on tho other 0t 7 o'clock p. in. for the purpose of Republican ono yenr SI. CO. j has eiinblcd the editor to present reorganization nnd such other busl- Tho TUIHUNi:, " Semi-weekly ' lllu l"00' ' thu correctness of tho , ,. , my come l,0foro It. Olobo Democrat, Colcmtins Hurnl portion heretofore assumed by A11 Hepubllenn voters nro urged World, ono yenr Vi.'i't. J1...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 18 April 1902

SAFEGUARDS IN SPECULATION ' By W. S. WARREN, President Chicago Board of Trade. ('recti is llic pitfall of speculative nieces. Tliis fjnispiiiK element of human character draws its ihics into venture!) which should lie lihcklistcil hy the very size ami certainty of (heir promised prol'iK Set it down at the Mart that in the game of speculation a "mire thins" sliouM he an ohject of" suspicion. There in no better safe Kiianl than the rule to HKWAUK Olf CINCIIKS, SUKK THINGS AND Sl'KC IM.ATl Vli CKKTAI NTI ICS. Generally their certainty is in the hands of the other man. More l.'NMHS have been llcecid under these name than by any other mean. I-'rom the Mississippi Hubble to the "ImiikI V" dchciue this trail of human nature has been persistently preyed upon by the cunning and imfcrupulotts who infest the speculative lielil and are its curse and banc. No titattcr wiial may be the name Riven the device to rIvc you a certainty in a contest wlicicin all others have only chances, be Mire that i...

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