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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 November 1900

ilk THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL MONTGOMERY CITY MONTGOMERY OTTV ivr Tr Vr t i t i:M-ji Ar , , . . " . . r: i j - ivujA. t , imvj v liiiviiJK. uo, 1UOO. NO. 7 l Ho into llliiim L. Wilson lnul n ilnntli nltiiiiuf i.vfu.tiv piiriillol to tlmt of Hubert E, Leo. The two men not only died in tho wiine olllee, but in the snme bouse, in the Hinile room, mid in the same bed, and tliey were buried from the Hiinie ilinnol, Jiiekson Exiiiuiner. WAKKIOR BRYAN. "Cyolone" Jones of Howell county, Mo., although de feated for the legislature, still insists on having a little fun with ihe party that defeated him in Missouri. Mere i.s bin Retell of Rrvan'H military enreer. ""Warrior lirynn mar ched into the very iawH of a palaeo sleener and nrnci'iwli.il to bat He with the mosmiitoes at .JiicksonviHe, where he loiiglit, bled and might have died had he not remembered llio approaching campaign of 1 !)()() business that ho moved to Jfa'nsiiH Oil v IW was Duk-o or Lord of the Ihc mitrlit ennturo him and mn...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 November 1900

The Tribune.! yriday, XoTcmber 30, 1800. Epidemic of Fun. Yob Are Invited ToS JAMKS L..lcOAtlE IN M.lni.fjM Weitdlng Day Tlir one ml laughing Show ol Ihlt Reason Springing a mint (if jolly "suiprl r for olil and voting Al Opera, Home to-morrow (Hiturdai) idgM. Tlckeuon tel al Caaom Drug Store. Our Sharp l now clerking- lor G. Whit iiihJ C Ibe coulset Clv Baker atm-ili-d here Saturday nllil. It S Taut waa In SL Loitlt lh! week liutttig lumlinre. G. E. Minis tpriit Wednesday lu St. 1.1'Uia Uh 1iulle. Jarrntl llarri- in.it l from Danvlltr In hi farm thl weer. St. J. K. Grave spent Saturday Id LonU having hla e)ea treated. We understand Aunt Sallle Clre ol Ksal of lnwtt l qulir alck. It. XI Slsk ami el-ter Mite Uur pent Sunday in WelUvllIr. Mr Monnlg or MrKlitrlck waa on our strerla thniiplng Monday. Laura Kemp wfnl to Jonrsburg AVditesdey. IdtIi her permit. & A. Mitchell anil Week moving Into family are ll.nJ. V. Hart Ihlt Gro. L. Itellamy anlit hit properly IpILL. Spears last week...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 November 1900

The Tribune, Friday, - - November 30, 1000, Hugo. Leo Waliou nml ML. lfliii n... daueliter of Noali lUrt, were married' Buudas.Nov. 18, 1900, 1))- Iter. Hob erts, of New Florence r. uii;iuaiiiraite wn well atlrml. cil nml ililn,;. ,0(1 Wfll. Mr. (im maun miiI rninll)- led Saturday for new 1 ork Ulty mul from there tl,.,v take steamer for Germany. ltev. Itoberts wai lo prrarh at Hiiko Monday iiIkIiI lnil ou account of hail roads Inllnl lo fill his spoliitmrnt. Joliii aud lleury Monher(er were in Montgomery Clly Monday Galea Oreeuwell went to Callturi.la few weeks ,K0 lo work on a ranch. ItoSK. Now Floronco. Milt Mllio Uorvey la quite Mill tick. Ml Itachel Stewart went to 81. Lois Wednesday to spend a week Willi relative ami friends. Mlta Cora llecker lell last Saturday to vl.lt relatives In St. Louis and Illluuls. Mlsa Hone llorrlcatix, who attended church here Sumlay wai a welcome vl.llor. The Itei ltnl at the Methodist church ThaukiKlvliitf ulght wan iimtiiiiied until the hollitaya...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 November 1900

Torjjluch Ladylpg. ThdrqU' too much' lrtdying ol women shoppers to suit them, and somo' oFlhcrif nro complaining, Thify sn)y-tiiolnnoccnt repetition of "lndx"- bj-HtsnlesBlrls, till It fills nbonldvcry. other brent!;. Is annoy ing hnd'thcy fhiggcst thin the fact The Tribune PlllillaUvd ISvery Krldny, THE . TR1BUKE PRINTING -COMPAHY. D. W. MAJOlt, Edjtok. ' MONTA MUKS.Locnl Editor. Teiims $1.00tor,Y.cnrltt.Advmioe, th'at they itlrb Indies bo understood i - -. - "It's llko this," said one of thoi t . . . ... i o! Arkansas society women yoeteruny. "I go into n shop nndinsk fordrcso goods and a- conversation on this order ensues ! T'lfhvo you 'such and such dress, goqds?" "Oh yes, lady, plenty. hall I show you this pattern lady? Now lady, this Is tho latest ; nil tho ladles nro wear ing this 'Indyy and on,ly tho other day a" lady safd, It was the best sha or her lnuy friend over had. How much, lady? Three nlncty-nlno, lady. Four yards, lady? All rlcht lady. What addres,1ady, pjeas? Hosi...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 November 1900

KV A The Tribune, Friday, - - November 30, 1000. '" WIvob Undor Cohtract. Il(v dor this Idea strike I ho love ly, hollo of , Montgomery (Illy? A' dispatch Irotn tjcliueuvllle, rcuiisylia nln, dated Nov. 17lh, aayss. Tho'old'coloitlar nclienm of bargain lug for wives Iki become popular i . muni; tliu. Hungarian employes ol (ho big car works here. To-day JO blooming damsel from ttm fair plaiu of llic l)aiilih arrived, mid will huoii heroine tlio Imtler halve of us inntiy lusty workmen. The method nf Hie Virginia planters In purchasing a spouse for a few ioinid nl tobacco will lie followed In n certain measure. The Hungarian nvalus must show that they will bo able. Iii support I lie brides who Journeyed an far. "HI nee llin foundation nt Iho new (own llicro lias been an amazing dearth of marriageable women' American girl lli Gibson type, (ho tailor Hindu variety, or llm favorite sllk-llneil beauties, do ntit inert wild milch favor In llm ryes ol (he chap pip of Sclioenvllle. Tlie wmild...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 November 1900

The Tribune Published ICv.ry Kridny THE TRIBUNE PRIHTIHG C01PAHT D. W. MAJOH, EDiron. MONTA MUN8, Loco.1 Editor. Teiims f 1.00 per Ycsur in-Advance. Bellflowor. Mls Hellle Hudson, of Lincoln count)', Is visiting her brojjtjr, Harry Hudson mill family, thin week, Tlio inoethiK li progressing- nicely, although tlirro haa been nn additions to the church, hut we hope there will he soon, .... The Summers Urns, are almost through building tlie ch'irch 'llmt they bare been t work on near Olney. Ml Carrie Mnorhead, of Mnnt gomerv, wao visiting at Mr. IlaxtrrV lh lltH nf lit week. Wilt Milter tin been nun of Hi lurkv ones killing wild geese. He has killed two In the last Tew dai, We have inn heard anything of the rell-rosd lately. Wo lio'0 It In dead. John Suhrkatnp li preparing build mi addition to Ida shop. (Jenrge llliilnii la preparing to more to Mra. rtallnr't plaro near Union Chaplft. Kill llupe made a business trip to 61. Louis taut week," . John Itodgern and. Herry Hudson old llirlr ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 November 1900

THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL IX. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3o, lOOO. NO. 7 THE "DISSATISFIED DEMOCRAT" FIGURES OUT A LOSS. uyt "1 es that,s what I say." w J . , , , . v """"l-iuu ii iu was ior augnt that mi uunu uugiwncu upon tlie tree." Say my friend what meanest tl quoicti men taury took my breath were vaguely iamiliar, hut for tl houf The limires he Some of those figures llll I'altliKlrtefW.ir 4 ! 1.1 fro n the present view, distance failed to .lend enchantment "r r..: i ;.. a..., .iii-iiu o.u.i in part: -look at tli; presidential vote an jiomgoiiiory county in lH-H, and then 11)00. In 181)0 Mr i iiiA ' ,LUI Vt'(1 votes and air. McKinloy 11)20. .in j.iuv .u r. jryan received "JOUU and McKinley 1800, 22 immis r.rM leaves ij., -Juuo miiuts 180(i leaves KM. Twice J .11 equals U08. 278 plus 81 e(pials :. In other words the national ticket Our Bill of '1)0 lost 218 votes iu Mont gomery county in lour yea rs. The Democratic papers of the county claimed mat .Mr. Hryan w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 November 1900

Santa Claus! I-. $ i ? Ail 0 n .t m 1. (! ') 0M "Will m-rivo lit our STORE, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 19Q0, JVH.li a .Complete liny of Holiday Gifts. AVo invito all to eoino and itinpuct. our lino. Wo lmvo presents to suit everybody. Onr prices nro the Lowest. AVo know tliut wo (!n please everybody be cause our stock includes a variety for allof the people, BAUIESw HOYS, G1ULS, YOUNG MKX, YOUXG LA OIKS, (SltOWX LADIES. MIDDLE AGBI) MUX. OLD LA DIMS it OLD (IKXTLKMKN, Wiu'o all remembered when avo bonght our Holiday Stock. Don't fail to visit BURTON & CRUMP, The Leading Druggists. 4 The Tribune. Friday, - - N'ovcmbcr 30, 1000. The Ill'Mfs'HII'll H lierll llt'llllil. d nml I Iih D-iv. i .'i.ciiiii rlgar I nn longer liemg i ini-il, fur x mi 1 1 of liuniiiii civiiu.i I 1 en(4 Tiinr- Herald. , To rernre in tin Huh. Well DivIh unci wore, n hi ImhiIiI IIht Ii any itirliHIy i) In lil mriil ulieie IiiiiI? CIiIciil'" I'l Hume, Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble. Wlifli...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 7 December 1900

mm I y 1 I THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. IX. MONTGOMERY CITY, MlSsblJRI, FRIDAY, DECEMBER'?, 1900. NO. .S m p THE I'UOSI-CUTINa ATTORN I-YS1 1 ll CONTEST. I T I ..re ... .i . .. a. m . liiuieriy i ins weou gave to tlio I'ltiiit Ni: the following statement in regard to the pending contest between himself and Sir. Cook : "My principal object in commencing the contest was to get a re-count or the ballots and the matter may stop there. There is no provision of law for a re-count without a contest. The re-count, which is now made po.ssihle, ought to take place within a month or such a matter. It will take the County Clerk only about three days to make the re count, as only the ballots for Prosecuting Attorney will be re-counted. The law pro vides that this re-count shall be made by the county clerk behind closed doors with only the parties interested and their attorneys present. The "olllcial count" which is al ways made by the county clerk immediately after an election, is not a re-count...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 7 December 1900

The Tribune Friday, December 7, 1000. Vol) Duncan, ol Olney. wi calling on friends In Ihla clly laat Suudn'y. iom Aiaruii, or Wllllamauuri;. nai the gumi nl Mli lloiii Utal here Sou dav. Editor l'araiiur, of the Wcllav Itecurd, win here lait Monday on bin lueaa. Howard Kill alieuilrd Ihe meeting of the enmity court In Ibla city lait Hominy. MIm 'Amelia Druuerl, ot Junra. burg, wn ahopplng In Moutxoinery City last Monday. Judge K. M. Ilughca rvenl to St Charlea, lait Monday, to hold mi ml ourneil term of court. Pole White, Min of Arcli White, In liome from Kanasa In apentt a few daya vlalllng iii Montgomery. Hcv. U. A. Mitchell iireachcil two able aertnoua at llio Uaptlat clmrcli Ukt Sunday morning anil evening. Senator lolitmon came up from Jouesbuhg lait Moinliy to atleml to bualnea before the county court. Elder D. W. Graves will preach at the Uaptlat church next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. The public Invited. Constable J. It, Dickey, of Loutre Townihlp. had builneaa before the ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 7 December 1900

The Tribune, t4, Friday, December 7, 1000 w Flvo Days of Turkoy. The flrcl iIhv Is Thanksgiving; The noliln fowl In shot, And ill your place so full nf kmco You'll nuil it nice nn4 hnl. Tho aecuiid (Uy l I'YIday.N And here'a lint story old: Tho luscious lurk, m fouil of work, Is served In slurs cold. Ou Saturday ynu suffer much And thing look pretty rash; To join the ranka Hut bird or thanks It now entitled' hash," Tho fonrlli liny iiihLou ynu hurry He ever left hlii cunp; Amid ) our Jeers Iih limy appears A stramlug bowl of soup. A all thing hare nu tinting We'll let It go at Ihal; So nat Ilia heal and give Ihe rest Uiiloyottr neighbor's cat, Philadelphia Press Too tnnal ellecllve. little liver pills made are Dewltl's Mule. Knrly Itlser They nevjr grin. CI ly Drug Store. I2-7.hu. The shotgun lillul la more daugsr. oua than usual I hi. seaton, lor he la slaughtering the coininunlly Instead of himself. In Co wiry county a, mail poked Ilia gun lulu n leuca to a rn ti ll It come oul an...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 7 December 1900

1 Looking For Christmas Gifts? 1 Engraving Free on all an tides bought ' of me. SaBpfcTW IRepairing a Specialty, 3 IF SO Call In mid see my Splendid assortment Choice Selections for the Xiiuih trade are now ready for tlie In spection and approval of nil who appreciate handsome and appropriate (iifts DIAMONDS, WATCHES, CLOCKS, JliWHLUY, CIIIXA, CUT GLASS, STKKLIXG SIIjVEU NOVELTIES, BEAUTIFUL COM1J, HltUKir AND MMROJl SETS, MANJCUHE SETS, EHONY GOODS. SOMETHING FOR EYERY PERSON SOMETHING FOR EVERY PURSE. Select your g'iftn from my Stock and you will ho mire of getting the bunt and most appropriate Presents at Lowest Prices. A. VOGT, Jeweler. The Tribune. Iutllalil lSvery Krldny THE TRIBUNE PRINTING COMPANY. D. W. MAJOR, EDlTon. MONTA MUNS, Local Editor. Terms $1.00 per Ycnrln Advance. Hugo. Mr. Murray's new barn la Hearing completion. Two preachers of Ibe Latter Day Sslut denomination preached at Hugo a few nights last week, Iter. Itobert, of New Florence, la boldlug a meeting Ibis w...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 7 December 1900

! i f. Friday, - - December 7, 1000 Mlnoola. Mils Stella Moore, of .Sleadinnn, f Isllcil Mr. Craig Friday. Wnltni' Dnllau .pent Hunilar will Mr. Wilson. 8. II. linker bought corn from I hi' Wtmlaor boys nl 38o Int. I.lltlti Ml Elizabeth lllnili'D U vii.1i. liiT her grand pnreula nl prrienl. Mitt Maggie linker was shopping III Montgomery .Monday. Fred Frank went in Montgomery M olid nv mi ImiijiifM A iMiinlirr nl line wngntia pnancil lirotigli town Monday. ling. ijt,. SIIwm Coeu nml Mi-Hra See. Allen Covington, (irnlinm ami others, nl-' omleil the Opara nt Montgomery Saturday night. Mlas Knlo llladra pent Thnhkiglv. lug with I ifolks. Horn to Lem HhII nml wife, Nov. 28. n 10 III. boy. Juc lllnilea pent laid week with hla imriMnn, returning inline Saturday nc compniileil liy lila alster MI.1 Mhrllir. MIm Nellln Ogan In doing mine towing lr Mlaa Knle linker. Iliik'liel linker nml aimer mid Minn Illnnclie Gregory are uxpectliift to nl t'enil I he wi-dilliig of MIm llnlali Fox, of IteniU...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 7 December 1900

Hero is it short history of tho Demo- rntia Jinrty: Founded by Jefferson, found ered by Bryan. Democrats now concede that free silver was a dead ifisue. Tluiy have not gone so far yet as to say that the gentleman who insisted that it be put in tho platform is a dead issue but they ate coming that way. "You can fool part of tho people some of tho time, and all tho people part of the time, hut you can't fool all tho peoplo all tho time." They went up against free soup too often. Benton (111.) Republican. The publishers of the Buffalo "Morn- incr Express" are so confident of prosperity now that MeKinloy has been re-elected, that thoy announce the price of the paper will hereafter bo only one ceht. East Aurora (X. Y.) Advertiser. Said tho Salt Lake Tribune just prior to the election of November u" : "Tho men of Utah will keep in mind that the election of Mr. Bryan would smash the Protective Tariff in Utah. That is tho chiefest threat of tho Kansas City platform. The lead, wool, sheep, s...

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. — 7 December 1900

THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL IX. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, WOO. NO. .S CURRENT NEWS PAPER COMMENT. What tho Hdltors of the Country are Saylnff About the Leading Top ics of tho day. Tho election of tho .Republican national candidates on Tuesday prevented nny tinkering with tho tho Tarlfl which would linvo fol lowed tho election of Bryan and Stevenson. Uuffnlo Expvcss. ThorolB nmuhcrEuropcnu aspect of this republican victory. It will convlnco tho manufacture of Europe that, through tho contin uance of tho protective policy, America Intends to manufacture most of tho goods sho needs, at home, to thus keep tho money irom going to Europe, and to fur msn employment lor our own mooring men at loir wages. hprlngficld (Mass.) Union. Free silver is a dead door nail. Clonoto Join old Frco-Trado. Hnr risburj; (l'a.) Telegraph. Wo nro now suro of four years moro of McKlnloy, and of a con gress henvllyrepubllcan until 1903. Tho mcrchnnt, tho manufacturer, tho bnnkor who trims ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 7 December 1900

i Santa Claus Headquarters!! Our .Stock is a fruHli, now, novel nntl well iiHsortcd lino of I'letiHiiifr C'lirinfjiniH 'vh (liftHiiml our Knir J'licoH ineim attractive iih tlio jjooiIh. We make CliriHtmai bit- ;jaj iigpluiiHiint, and perfectly witisfaetory. Dan't fail to nee onrHjieeial attractiona in : jsjs . . . .. . ii't) (X!) Medallions, Picture Kranies, I'icture Iiaoels, Toilet Ciihuh, Cuff and Collar Hoxcm, Handkerchief Boxes, (ilove Hoxus, . Celluloied Novelties, iMhuuiH, Lap Desks. Miilliuuro Sets, I'crfuuics. Work Hoxcs. Atoiniers, TeiTiiines Bottle, Fancy China Ware, la Hates, Koho Howls, Cup and Saucer, Vases, Pin Trays, Stationery and Box Papers, etc. A Largo Assortment of Dolls at Lowest Prices. A Complete Lino of Toys for Children and many other good things too numerous to mention. Onlces CancHes in 1, nnd .3 Pound noxes. Burton 6c Crumf Montgomery City, Mo. .id) I I- The Tribune. Friday, December 7, 1000. W. W. Worley spent Siiiiilny In 1. Lout. Friday Mliis Vec llnrl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 14 December 1900

I- I 5 L THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE.- VQr: IX" MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, PKIDAY, DECEMB BR' 14, 1UQQ. "TS STATfi COriMITTEG niiljTS. I " Kapubllcan Headquarter In St. Louis Will bo kept Open. Plan fur Indorsements for Federal Position AdoptedCongressional Committee Meeting of Iho ytli District. Santa Claus Headquarters. i Missouri Ilcnubllcnnnwlll mnln- tnin permanent headquarters nt tlio I K LIndoll hotel, In St. Louis for nt J least tho next six month, with a prospect thnt thcro will bo no closing of tho doors until nnother itatlonnl nnd stnto campaign has been fought. This wns prnctlcally tho unnnlmous decision nt tho meeting of thu state central com- mltteu nt tho Lliult-U yestcrdny. Another matter of Importance wns tha decision of thu commlttco thnt applicants for federal appointments must bo Indorsed by tho members of their county organizations nnd by tho members of tho statu com mltteo from their districts before they will bo approved by tho stnto central commlttco. Tho meeting ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 14 December 1900

The Tribune. Trldny, - - December 14, 1000. Claudo Rice, of Ni w Florence, mi upBuuday. ' .lob H Show Wftt.vialtUlujr'lli Jones buiy Sunday err. A. II, Kallmeyur of New Florence, was on our l reels Saturday, Jlra, Ileitis lilmpinsn went to 81. LiiU8Mtiritv tvo In visit ft while. fio. Goodrich rniui- up Irom High IIIII lad Sunt))' tvllh home folk. Loulo Onlellietile cmno up from Wright ('My Hominy mi lit way nut to Dellflower. Judio '.. M. ItuTlits went lo St. Charles Monday morning In hold court. I,. 1 Klik nl Wellnvllln was In Montgomery last MilunUv on legal IiihIiii-m I toy llrrk, ul tlainma, won llio irnld medal al the root ml at Union Chape! lint Satunliiy night. I. lllli- C'arenre ILirrrll wan quite alrk last week supposed to Iimm heel poisoned from rating persimmon. (Ilia. Minis, Neal Clark, Scott liar rurtn. I'oiil I'rw, (Mihs. U'nld nml oil. i ll nl ! nil il tin- meeting l the I. O. 0 P at,UVII(vllln Sallinlnv night. A home ami lot In Wvlltvllln sold at trustee's nl the cou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 14 December 1900

Ti-ib Tribune, Friday, December, It, 1000 trmiHRrtliiK If. I'lnri'iico Mtin- Olniiclp It Hill was Sal business Hi New U.yv If I lie nvcrii)i(! limit wtitiil li.dk tit it), self stpmrl)' In tho bjp, lit. would ire atnnro Hint lit- iimls llocky Mtiuufnlii Ton. A prlft-lfM btiiiii Id men, Mr, Ask your l)riif(iilai." l'-7-liii, (. W. Olvsrd of tjtrrlliiirt Km, came In last biitiinlity n vlat his iinrlc, U. G bailor urttr Imvn. lie will roinnlii nlioul inuhlli. Tim iiioi t-IIt-ciht' lliiln llvtr f1 1 1 s mailt-are IMvlll's I.lllln Karly JtUrri. They nev,ir nrln. City DniK Sfiirr, 12.7.1m. Miss llticlifl cjteuart 11I I'mlilliltliiii wm vlsllliig'lii town Hit" first of Ihf week, V. V. Ms.), nf .MltltllHmrti, wm Oellverlii); liiijr- at ilila pi, cm last Mini, day. II11 delivered oun thai weighed 610 Ilia. Ilsve jmi n rulil? A noun nf IWI. lard's lliireliiiiinil Syrup nt Iipi.iiii. will remove, ll. I'rlce. 3,1 els. mid ISOc. at Cssou's rimrnmc), Mniitxniiif ry City, Mo. 12.7.1m. Court striio...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 14 December 1900

Ihe Tribune. I'ubll.li.d Kv.ry Krlday THE TRIBUNE PRI1TIKG COMPART. D. W. MAJOR, Editoii. ' MONTA MUN8, Local Editor, TeiiMS Jt.00 per Year In Advance, - A Oono of tho editors hnvo as yet fou'tLMark Hanna responsible for tho Oatftl typhoon and tho loss of tho Yosollito, but they will work up to It presently. Tho woman voto In Colorado In creased from 48,720 In 1800 to 80,- 043 this vear. and It was lnrtrcly brought out by a desire to defeat Senator E. 0. Walcott, on account of his recent divorce. Oen. Stckels mado an eloquent appeal to tho President, recalling how solidly tho veterans had stood by every patriotic thing for tho past 40 years, and suggesting that in view of their advanced ago thi' President should signalize tho cud of tho 18th century and the be ginning of tho 20th by somo act of signal Justice and favor to them The President seemed to bo strong' ly lmprosscd with tho idea. Nat ional Tribune. The Clinton Republican is pub llshlng from week to week inter esting excerpt...

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