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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 18 April 1902

IMPURE BAKING POWDER SEIZED. The Xtrr York Hoard of llrslth Find II Contain Atam nnd Hock Declare II DatitTtrous lo Health and Ilnnip It In to tlie Illter. The New Yiirk papers report tliot the Health Department of thitt city lias setzeil as dangerous to health nearly two torn of clieapinlxturcsmld tor baking powder, and dumped thtra Into the offal tcciw to hp ilcttrorcd. Mure of the powder was found In a Sixth ate. department More. The report of the analysis of the Health Department staled that It was "an tilum baking powder" containing alum nnd piihcrlted ruck. The different Health Authorities cem to liate different ways of repress ing the inle of had baking powders. In Knglaud they hare prosecuted the grocers tinder the gencrnl law nnd broken up the traffic. InMliiourt the tale of nlum baking ponder Is actually prohibited by law. Jn New York they elm the unwholesome stuff nnd rait It Into the rlter, without any discus Ion. The latter way Is certain)' ef ftcllre. The alum baking p...

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. — 18 April 1902

1H 5t IS1 THE TRIBUNE. Publlnliocl livury Kiltlny nv TUB 1RIUUNB I'KINTINH CO. A. D. Keadi.k, Managing Kdltor. Subscription In Advnnco. TintMMt una wopy, One Year. Jl.oo " " Six Months (mc " " Three Months . . . JSC I'hnnu yo. Holm will l.o lent iihactlbi-rn whrn lliir Hum exitr mid i.y hn iicH. lo reuow tliolr ulrrlllon M iniri-. Report says that John Taylor nml Clmtllii Unit of this plnco who recently wont to Colonulo nro well pleased with tlmt locality. ,lesu Worloy nenr town him been seriously 111 of rheumatism (or some llmo nml Ills condition Is not much Improved. Dr. and Mm. Con In had tho mis fortune to Ioobo their clegnnt nnd comndlus rcsldoncc by flru. Knrly Tuesday morning flames were seen Issuing from tho upper story nnd the wholu building was noon In ruins. Thu vnltto of tho house nnd content" wns fully covert" cd la t llnlprnl nl tlm I'nii.i.niri. xi MnntirmiiFiy City cronil clxi mill iimttrr. I Prdoy, . April, iH, loiu. Neighborhood Nows, As Told by Our Assllnnt IMItor...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 18 April 1902

THE TRIBUNE. Friday - April, 18, 1901. Neighborhood News, Wollavlllo, M. V. Shnrpc, wlfo and llttlo daughter Miss Josephine, of Mont gomcry City, spent Sunday with relative here. It. J. Slimier ennui down from Mobcrlv Wodnosdnv. Hllllo Pollard, who hns been working In St. Louis (or scvcrnl months wns visiting tlio homefolks Inst week. Mrs. II. A. Ovorbnugh and llttlo daughter of Martlnsburg spent Thursdny hero with relatives. II. W. Morrln of Fulton was heru n fow dnys week trying to work up'intorost In tho lire-clay. Due Hudson, tho tombstone mini wns up from Montgomery ln-t week. Will llentley went to St. Charles last Thursday, where ho hint 11 po sltlnu lit tho ear shops, W. Thompson of Now York City win hero Inst Friday. Miss Nina I). Meyer, of Hold cnville, I ml . T. wns hero Inst week visiting relatives and friends. Sho returned homo Sunday accompa nied by her cousin Miss Mntido Strnube. Master lien Slovens wns tho truest of relatives nt Martlnsburg tho Inlter pnrt of Inst wee...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 18 April 1902

c? un ii lift Unllng Discovery Made by the Police Authorltle. of Rldge wood, N. J. E0R8E HOWARD LIVED A DOUBLE LIFE. :. "SI nf- " Wa Known SfB York Tr i ad CoaTee Merrlinnt, Xvhllr In Heallly llr na a Thirl, Preilna t'lMin Ifealdenta ol llir Unrriiunil l Coaatcy. New York, April 13.--ln the resi dence occupied by it limn known n Alcorge T. Howard, nl llldgcwood, X, o, the poller have made n strutting illreovery. Fur lin year Howard, hi wife, nnd n ten-yrnr-old son hntc lived at llldgwood, Mhcrn llir man ! xvn Itlgly respected, lie mo knnttii 1 tea nml coffee merchant ilnliij business In New York. Tin-flu mum '"Ban to occur in nil (lie country urroiimllng. Horse nml cnrrlnge vere missed, f rcllit depot were hint est, nml fnnu house nml burns, were e-ntcrrtl promiscuously. I'lnnlly two liorc nml rnrrlngr were stolen from Murray, ,. V. line nf llir horse wore n peciillurly-sluiprd shoe, liy which It wnn trucked fur 20 mllr, 1lio trail ending In Huniird' burn, where llir properly mo fon...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 18 April 1902

to (the tribune. "' 1-abll.hnl Hr TBB TKtllUXr. I'lllNTIMll CO. A. II. KWAIII.B. Mntlng Editor. MONTGOMEHV. i 1 MISSOUItt. THE WINDOW SILL. llclilnrl the scarlet bloom Klthln A artcn and icolltn gartllnlcre I catch the sinter of a pin Thrust In h knot uf shinier hair. -A html ilUtuttK thf lilacs' ml.l That reaches up llir lr.ilo ia.e Ard thickets tilth lit amelhsit Th border nf thr curtain Uec. The shaken flower BoMrte Iw-mt. . Ahl wave of SKeetnees slolv tplll. As one. with freedom of a friend, - Mane Uihlt)' on ll.e window alll. ' 'The un a.cende the asure stsei Above, then'ria.he toward lie cdae Ills iroldcn enokee; and etlll they keep The trilling at the wlmUm tedite; tntll a shadow. rofj'.Rrar. AmonR the Iliac branrhea ellpe The )ounje man, turt Init, noes III way, A tender amllo upon hi Dpi. Half droofu'd, I eee the ehlnlra knot Of hair, a a lender llaure. till It a dream; and wonder what W'aw told cro the window v II I. Halite Whitney. In frank lillr'a l'on- uiar .Monthly. "M...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 18 April 1902

i.VV. iff 5. II i April, 1 8, 1901. ft? EOME HOWARD L -ok- ; ubiwb ibb Vf r w 7 Lnsts only one more week. 4 L. L. Kirk of Wcllsvlllo wns In thlM cltv Thursday. I ft . - '& Samuel Shnrp spent Wednesday , g in St. Louis. 1 1 Leo Kclil won tho Ornphnphono ?J ralTclcd by (J. A. Hlshop. is. iidver- H Wm Knum 4 CorTr Mrrrhs IIMllf ii. .... , cixm Hr.iavm.ic li-a'JInt; l Counter. At MUm Kmuui New Y( 4 flence witr -,..,. .. 1... Miss Helen Pennington cnniu up from .lonusburg Thursdny. ; j -Mimes Altu and Leota Hodgcrs I spent Sunday in Wellsvllle. j i Mr. I.C. Untcirrovo sncnt n few 1 ( Jftl OH to ffcQOO t- Louis this week. i - 1- .... . t l..il ' t I) per cent reduction from reg- 9 nlfir lirlce. Tlita incntifl from lOiockcrstlllo you save on it unit of clothes If you liny before the Inst, Another Special Offer. With every order wo will give I'ltKK 0110 D f 7L f I Aleorge .T.. the tl- dlKcoTtry'" his wife, n lived at lj spring N somc vvns l,lBly pp N,)rK ( . In n liualnes In returned In...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 25 April 1902

''''J, 1.'. MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 10 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, APRIL, 25 1902. NO. 28. 7 COMMUKCIAL. CI.UU. The Commercial Club met at the Court house Mnniloy night with a good nttciulnnce. Tim usual rout kr Inoof business wns transacted mid nil tho committees were found to bo working well. The. good rond movement wan fully discussed nnd the progress of tho soliciting committee wns flat tering over WOO thnt hns been pledged by the business nnd pro fessional men of this plnee, nnd thnt nmount will bo greatly In creased this week. Tho Commercial Club lit scrious ly In earnest nnd they hnvo taken oil their conts mid gotten down lu hard work. Tim farmers, who comu to town over that road, will bu naked to meet the road com mittee on Saturday nt the Court "Midline nl 1 11:110, and tnlk over thu situation. Till" movement In sum to sue cred It everyone iIoch their part, ami wu feel Htire they will. High 5chool Kxpusltlnn. Wednesday afternoon of this week wax set nslde ftir expos...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 25 April 1902

The Tribune. Published livery Kridny THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO., A. II. Ki:aii.i:, Managing l'Mitor. llttrl, 1111(1, by jocks ! tilt) )COpl thuru thought I Kepubllcan County Convention. It 'bout the finest piece of work in the .mi-LS', ivuur iiiiiiKiug u over uiuy cuuuiim- verse. ed thu best tiling to do would be to drop thu MuliMorlptlon In AiIvmiicu. tkii.ms: One Cony, One Year '" " " Sln.Miinlln ' ' 'Ihrcu .Munllia JSC I'honc oft. Notice will lie ,n.t ulrrllrra ttlim their time eupbet anil llir) "III lie exprrleil Id renew llitlr tlltitrrlpllull Hi oner. Ciilriiil nt tli Ht.nll1(i! n .MimlKnini'tr C'lltr iioml W nwll imttrr. Montgomery county n delegated convention In hereby called to .. . ..... t r . I tlonil cat. re'lulrfl aroniinuiii'nai iit-.mm .... amiou into the lake; let it liiy there until meet nt tlio Court home, In Mont- ,,UV(11 ,,,,!,. .ctin,c r . , i . , ,. .... i i iiuincry way ni ii u uuuii a. iii.iuirrctlyui'onuieiiwManuiiiuwii. - Napoleon bud ineniiilered on his way...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 25 April 1902

- 't. - mW-' V THE TRIBUNE. Friday, April, 35, 190a. Push tho rock road. Rend tho TninuNK. llulld nrw sidewalks. 1'ull for Montgomery. Patronize ndvcrtlscrs. Co mo to Montgomery to trndc. Old papers l."io n hundred. Charles Henzl spent Sundny In Bt. Louis. Joseph Fipps enlists this wcck'an a Thiiiu.nk render. I'rot. Shirley of Wellsville open I Sunday In this city. Americas Hour for snlc nt MaIITIN'K OltOCIUlY. Mr. Moody, of St. Louis, spent Sundiiy nt IIiIh place. I)' Coats of New Florence wns I.i tlilo city Tuesday. Chirk VIIon went with thu boy 8 over to Columbia Sunday. Leslie Held was calling on friends nt Now Florence Sunday. J. A. Hnrrcll wax transacting business nt Wcllsvlllo this week. The bent cofTo nt prices to null nil at M. II. llumiouniiM. Harry Cnson wn calling 011 friends nt New Florence Sunday. I.uthcr llordenux took In the ball Kama nt Columbia Sunday. II u fill Canon, of St. Louis, spent Sunday nt this place. Amcrlcus flour for sate nt Mauti.n's Okuokiiv. Patrick ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 25 April 1902

ijpiiw iriTtaiWi.'."MW THE TRIBUNE. l-'rlJny, April, 35, 1902. Neighborhood Xo.wh, As Told liy Our Assistant Editors, r Wollsvlllo. Snm Shnrpc Mini son Sum ,lr. were tip from Montgomery City, Sunday Iho guest of (,'npt. Hi'ii Sluirpu nml fnnilly. Miss Kiiiiiui Lou llrlgg linn re turned (11 her liiiini! In Howling Orccn, after 11 jilfin nt visit to re latives here. I 'nt Cutlcu, 11110 of tlin lending attorney's: nt Mexico wnn hero (111 legal bunlnc-H Inst Wednesday. IJItic KciiipltiHlty wns heru from Mailing Saturday. I. Htln MIm-4 Sural) StovuilH N till! gaunt of ii'liillvi'H In Mnrtliisburg this week. Tim Misses IIIhii of Farhcr wero In town Inst week shopping, Willie llmlgcrri of Mexico wan hero between train Tuesday lust. I. T. llenslcy wn up from Montgomery City Sunilny night. Mlse Arllim Darker, Heslu ami Lillian Dlgg wont to Danville Saturday to attend 11 party given by tin MIhsch Barker. .Mr. IMunr Drunks and habi! went to St. I.nnls Saturday after 11 visit to relatives hem. ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 25 April 1902

THE TRIBUNE. Prldny - April, 25. looj. Neighborhood NOWS, Jotirnnl, came down Saturday evening to visit homcfolks, but spent tin- greater part of the tlmo nt llclltlnuor. Secy ttobt. Alexander, who linn boon hi very poor licidtli, seems to bono bettor nt Inst accounts. K. 13. Little Miss Annie MoClure is Isvl-ltlng her sister Myrtle. In St. boul thin week. Hurry Cnon nf Montgomery City visited oni' of our fair young 1 ladles Sunday afternoon. Several from thin place nttcned the Oopol Temperance meeting nt .MIiH'oln Inst Sunday night. I.ollu lb-Id of Montgomery City , spent Sunday hero with Miss1 ! Horthu Wilson. I Mr. Melntiro and MIsm Chllds of I Pendleton ' visited nt Mr. Oliver Taylor's Sunday. Corn has beeome a scarcity on this market. Momlny there wax not ii bushel to bo huuglit any where. Ponds nnd elsteriiH nre getting low and tho farmers nre badly In need of warm sprint" rains for their growlngornps. Petll.l.A Poytonla Wnrm dry wind nt this writing', Monday the '.'1st, rnln ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 25 April 1902

VI mii-i i .mw ...!....,,, . 'JJLlB THE TRIBUNE. Prldny April, as. looi. Neighborhood News, Crc)B lioncls. Komi! urn predicting another dry summer fur this year nml ko fnr has made 11 pretty good start. Wesley H.iti(lcT lost it young mull' colt Inst week. (Iiihm Itlncr nnil wlfu worn trad lK In Wcllsvllln Friday. Curl Smith nml Miss Kmmn Knift were shopping In Wollsvlllt! Friday. Ciitl Ftihr win In Moulin mi'ry fiiiltinliiy evening. Hick Hendricks went tit see IiIn bust in Mlddletown Sunday ir Several from this vicinity lit-; cent per pound, tended service ut Two-mile Stiti-i John Xunnclly Iiiim rented In nil day morning mid night, i to Milton Tate. John furnishes Ebort. Tho green loaves and whltoflow crH look lovely on this ridge, nnd this prospect (or plum nnd goose berries In tine. Ont lady In thin vicinity churns In n tin bucket by slinking It until tlm butter come. Miss Fnniiln Dlsmukc iniulo lit tin Charles Orogory n present of n flint 1 11 to crip, good for mint Fnnnlc. Mrs, ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 25 April 1902

L, A. Thompson, ATTOIt.NKV AT LAW Offlco III Court lloiiac. Montgomery : County : BanK Montoomkhy Onv.Mo. CAPITAL, - - - S22.00C DR. THOSOWINGSr RESIDENT DENTIST. Crowe and llaldgr Work a Kpcrlatt) Q-omcr. is ciianwics si-ilpisii, .UONTOO.M KltV CITY. MO A W T.A T?Pli!B.TV V VV A.i a"-... A. A a ) Attorney at Law and Notary Vnbllc, ' HTOIIIrj In Temple llld'it. MONTdO.M KIIV (TIY. MO. CliA'ttK & ;'o.. DEALERS IN HEAL ESTATE. 1'iirliiM mitt City Prtirly tort-ml. or ICmuIiiiiiuwi, NturiMV Ki I.mifl I'arilr. ilr.lrlnK llirlr land ailvrrllied without tost In them limit Hit ln lirTort cataloKiio li timed. Office next iloor Unloi Savlnea Hank, Montirotnrrr Cll)r. Ma, ANDREW KIRN, Heat Market mi Packing House. Iri-.li llrrt, Turk. Mutliin, Itrraklait lUcon, r'rrih Lard, r'le llrrt Sau aaae, Turk Sausage. Market t'rlre 1'ald lor lliitchrr'a Stork MllN'TCllMI'UV CITY. SIO. LOW RATES TO DALLAS, TEXAS April 10, 20. and 21, 1002- VIA "TIL1? IL WAY." Liberal stnp-ovori tliinl limit May IMIi,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 25 April 1902

t 'V 5 ' it ;' FT? 4 $1 THE TRIBUNE. Friday, April, 2s, iooi, I, 000 matches, .c nt M. II. Hiir roughn. II. It. Oniliiuu of Mlnroln wns on our streets. Tuewlny. Dr. Jones of .loucnburg w,lH I" thin city Wednesday. Miss Knllmcyer of New Florence was In our city Montliiy. AlrM. W. W. Sees U the guont of relatives In Si. I-onlf. .1, T. llonMcy wiin calling on friends nt Wollvlllo Sunday. Coot drinks iiri; now In order. City I)i;(i Stoki:. Minn Kntu lllmlcs, of Mlncoln, Is the guest of frlciiilH In town. Choice Mnpli- Syrup. I'lnt bot tles, irg nt M. II. llurrnughs. MIhh Myrtli' Darker of St. I.oulx Is tliu guest of ri'lntivi'H at this place. Missus I.i'iiiiii mill Cllcc lltshop of llolllloucr, were trading In town hint Friday. Our founmlii Ih upon nun In for thi' season. Conn In. City Drug Store. Wo wnnt to buy your butter, chickens iiuil eggs nt Maiiti.N'h (iKOOIlltV. . . . Mrs. M. N. Miillcmon, .lr. wnnt to Kansas City Sutiirihiy for n few i lay vilt. OuyNiinnoIly returned Wcdnon iln...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 2 May 1902

nl MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 10 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1902. NO. 29. REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. I. Li V r J Hun. T. J. Aklns Speaks. Tho Republicans of Montgom ery county mc( nt the Court Houso Monday April 28th In delected convention. The convention vn called to order nt II o'clock liy Dr. Minis and MnJ. L. 1'. Miller wnt in ink' Temporary Chnlrninii mid II. S. Paul was nniJe To-npo-rnry Secretary with A. 11. Kcatllo niul .Ino. Reed as assistants. Tho following committees were nppolntcd: On motion of O. 12. Muiih thu preelnetH on township delegation were Instructed to nppolnt one of their number to net upon tho va rious committees, Cnrrled. Committee on Order of business nnd permanent Organization: Ucnr Creek Twp. A. M. Klbler Danvlllo " I). 1). linker I.outro " Judge I.lclttc Montgomery " Joo IllndeH l'rnlrlo - It. A. Pow Up. Loutre " 0. t . Copelnnd Cominltleu on Credentials: llenr Creek Twp. It. O. Luwelllng Dnnvlllu " I.outru ' Montgomery " l'rnlrlo " Up. Loutre "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 2 May 1902

1 rfjff-i: The Tribune. Published Every Prlcluy THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO., A. H. Kiiaiii.i:, Managing Kditor. HiiliMCrlptlciii In AiIviiiiuo, TKIt.MH : One Copy, One Year... SU Months ... Ilirco Month. $1.00 ... .. ooc . . .1c Phono 06. Xutlre n III he aent auhacrllirrs when tliclr time e'lrri and they will he r clnl In rtnsw llirlr stiliarrlpllan at nnre. t.'nttrcd at tlin ol4if11cp st MonlK-nmenr Cltr ss second rlnki mull miilttr. Friday May, 2, 1002. I Iml you noticed the difference in till of us since it rained? I wuihIit if Stun Cook would swear (hi! same swear to his campaign hook that he swore nt Independence. A campaign based upon a liittur spirit can never uin. This is going to liu 11 cam paign of reason ami wc iiiiihI respect the opinion of tin; other fellow even though we think it wrong. addition to the waste of energy upon the CLUB RATES, part of burglars there is always more or less, Tho Tuiduni: mil Scmi-wcckly personal danger connected witli their hoc- ; 01obc-Democr.i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 2 May 1902

BESS THE TRIBUNE. Friday, May, 2, 1902, FI110 rain. Hard times lira oil. Subscrlbo for Iho TninuNE. L. J. Hall returned to Jefferson, City Sunday afternoon. Miss Inez I'url win the guest of Miss Corn Humes this week. Kov. Layburu returned to his home In Slater Monday morning. Fred Drown, of Troy, spent a few dnys here the Hrst of the week. Montgomery, tho best jilnco to trade. Charles Cnrr, of Joncsburg, Sun- dayed In this city. James McQulo spent n few hours In Wollsvlllo Sunday. Clarcnco Kldwcll, of St. spent Sunday nt this place. Louis, A. W. Johnson, of Warrcnton, was In this city last Monday. Llnncns Lockwood, of St. Louis, spent Sunday with friends In this city. Harry Black, of Wollsvlllo, nt- I tended tho ll.tnipiot hero Saturday night. Mini Althea Yntes, of Auxnsso, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Hughes Matiplu. Miss Nonlla Vernattl and sinter I left Monday to visit relatives near , On 111 urn. . Thinking J I ? of ? 1 Painting j ? ? ? ? ? t I Claude and Forest Leach, of Mill c...

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

Mm? I THE TRIBUNE. Friday, Mny, 3, 1903. I Mrs. Brown's Inst Sundny. Prank Dnvldson nnd wlfo were visiting at II. A. Dpvldson' Sun day. LII.Y. Neighborhood News, As Told by Our Assistant I-dltors. Now Floronco. Mrs. Tom Owen nnd llttlo Hon Pate, of Kt. Loul nro visiting their rolntlves hero. Mr. It. S. Chandler Ih recover ing (nun an ntlnck of Tonsllltls. Mctdnmc John Tnylor nnd Charley Unll loft Tucsdny for Ctriorndn City Colo, where their husbands have, located. Pate Young took n carload of Hut; horse to Kt. Loul Kundny Miss Kiln CVrvey who ha licen spending some time In Mexico Mo. returned homo .Saturday nfleruoon W. I. Klrod nnd fainlfy who have heeii visiting nt John Coft lnnn'H Mjir-tit .Sunday nfternoon and night hero with relatives nnd friend and took tint early morning train for their homo In Kt. AlhaiiH Vermont. .loo Willi loft Tuesday for Col orado whom ho expect to spepd tint Hummer. Mr. Puunlo Davnull wa shop ping In Montgomery City Inst Hat urdny. I.. M. Willi 11ml W. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 2 May 1902

(.'- THE TRIBUNE. Friday, May, 2, 1902, Neighborhood News, Now Hopo. A good rnln (ell hero lint Sunday night which was n great benefit to wheat and oats. With another good rnln or two, o Una whont crop la assured. I. M. Oliver attended the Repub lican Convention held at Montgom ery last Monday. Emmctt Oliver linn Xi ncrcs of corn up, nnd looking linn. Oscar DIekoy nnd sister Hcaslo ot Amerleus visited their brother, J. 12. Dlekey nnd family hero lust week. Mrs. Milton Oliver visited, her sister, Mrs. K. T. Oliver, one day Inst week. Cl. W. Sailor nnd fntnlly of Mont gomery moved to their fnrm south of hero Inst week. Ncrrlll nnd Alox Oliver wero In Montgomery City Hnliirdny nfter a lond of corn. John Cox inndu a business trip to Wellsvillo lust Friday. William Appling nnd fntnlly were trailing In Montgomery City Inst Saturday. llov. Lnyborn of Sinter preached for us hero lust Sunday evening at 3 o'clock. lie was accompanied by Itev. It. S. Duncan and Itov. I). W. Graves of Montgomer...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 2 May 1902

THE TRIBUNE. Prldny, - Mny, a, 1901. Neighborhood News, On Tho Lino. Oil, for 11 genuine full blooded re publican candidate to coma nnil shako our hand, ntnl ask for our VOto. Phcorscs St Field's saw rigging caught Hro Inst week by burning sow dust, and wiih damaged beyond repair. Jolin Unignoir uciivcrcii nogs hi j, (y, Allen Wollsvlllo lat Tuesday. Mr. Itlnlmrd KluiMiiiin took to Friday and return liomo Mondny. John U. Knox and wlfo of Now Klorcnco spent Saturday night nnd Sunday at C. O. Diodes. Miss Mnttlo Drift and Karl Colo spent the first of tho week with Mr. and Mm. John Lovo. Jim Ford and wlfo went to Now Florence Saturdny. Tho Misses Sopha llnrtlcy, Man ila Odgrn, Kmtim nnd Hosn Win dsor went lo Montgomery Satur day chopping. Luther Lovu Is very nick with typhoid fuver. I.lgo Lovo lost his Inst horso last week. J. I). Marlow spent Sunday with Miss Knto linker returned homo from Wnrrenton Wednesday whero her bed la-t Thursday with tlioj ), lns ,uun tu.iillnj school Mr. and ...

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