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

RTIAL DOCKET. Mny Term Montgomery County Cir cuit Court at City of Montgomery Commencing Monday, May jth, tyoa KIT PAY M03HAY. MAY. Mil. It r bred .1 Ulyce vi K. ItowihrrKpr Ktnll llonenlicrxcr vi Lllgahrtlt II littler et l. Alonto Laytman vi Frederick I. iceman et al Francli L.-Steuvcr ft l va Stephen M. Yeamau et il pplieallon ot V K Shirley lor llcenie to practice lair, HKCOXII IlAT TUKntlAY) MAY Olll County of Montgomery va .ln Coir mud ct l County ol Montgomery vi Alb. Ilellman County ut Montgomery ta lanici Iloal. nttl't ct ul County of Montgomery vi Henry (lehrlnir et al County ol Montgomery vi Herman Zum taK JnhnM. Ilarielt vi Clauilo It. Ilall Ada A. Miller va Henry I.. Millet TIIIIIH HAY WIllNKKtlAY, MAY tll County. of Montgomery vi Alexander tjtilrk e al County nl Montgomery vh Henry llaeli etal County of Montgomery va .lolin Miller Annie Matme llurton va Iliirlau llrntley rl al J.. I. (lannlil l.iuulier Co. vi, Clin. Fahr. ner rt al Ainnmla Johnion vi.tohamia Wainer FlIU...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 2 May 1902

THE TRIBUNE. PrIJny, Mny 2, 1901. Iliiy It of Whlto & Co. Iluy Monarch and Delight Hour. Hrlng 11 h tho news. Lot's hnvo tlii! rock rond. Iluy Monarch nnil Delight flour. Patronize merchants who adver tise. Kormnn'H mile Iiiih been called olT. (Jny Nunnclly was In Prices Ilrmich Tuesday. Ship Stuff nt Montgomery Mill 81.10 per hundred. .1. It. Dickey, of Amorlcus, wns nt tho Convention Monilny. Mrs. John Cockrell Is visiting I relative In St. Louis this week. A. II. I.nll of St. Louis spent Sundny hero with his wlfnnndson. Mies Oertrudn Fisher Is visiting her mint Mrs. Win. Hons of near llellellower this week. Circuit Court next week. Muplo syrup 15cts per bottle nt M. 1). Uurroughs. Sheriff Wilson spent Sunday St. Louis. In Mls Kulu Mubm'II Is tho guest of friends nt Vnndiillii this week. 1 MImm Uythlnl)uiiennleftTuei"dny I for Howling 0 recti to visit rclntlves. 1 I j llest lino of coJTco In Monism I ery City nt prices to suit nil nt j M. II. burroughs. I John W. Davis left .S...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 9 May 1902

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 10 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1902. NO. 30. STATUS OH SCHOOL FUND CERTIFICATES OH DEBT. Tho "little" Hint hln excellency found remaining to bo raid by him In amplification o( tho "auditor's report" upon thu management of tho public school fund for tho last 15 years starts olf with tills rcmnrk : "Tho form of Investment of the school fund was changed under tho several acts to which ho (tho auditor) has referred, from tho bond form of Indebtedness to tlm rcrtlffcato form of Indebtedness. Doth forms of Indebtedness nro In contemplation of tho constitution bond forms of liability, and tho question naturally arises why tho state should have exchanged from tho one form to tho other." This statement, If true, however little It mny ndo to tho "auditor's report," Is all-sunlclcnt for the question at Issue. If 11 Is true, as alleged, Hint both forms of In debtedness nru In contemplation of tho constitution bond forms of obligation," then It' follows as ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 9 May 1902

MB-' ft I T' ret r The Tribune. Published 12 very Friclny THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO., A. It. Kkadm:, Managing Kditor. Hulmcrlptloii In Ailvanou. TIUtMS: One Copy, One Year Six Months .. Ihrt'o Months $1.00 .. fioc .ISC I'hnno 06. Notice i III l.r mil mWnlUn vtlicn llirlr llinr f .llrn irnl ry will I" rsrwrtnl lo rrnrw llirlr utrrlrllim at utirr. Klilrrcil at tlir nt.nllifr nl Miintuftinrrv City rconil tl null niMlrr. Friday May, 0, 1002. Xow is lltu time to organize your clubs. This work should commence at once not. to morrow lint to-duy. 'l'lii! foundations Tor our organization hIioiiIiI Iiu begun. It is high thno to go to work in earnest. Nothing permanent is jilt fueled in ii day. Moral: Work, work, work! Tliii Hcpnhlicans or tliis county should sound tlii'ir entire ciii!i''v on t lie situatton in this county. Let the fellows in tho other pin Is of tin- lnlo apply tins Niinii' theory in their own counties anil Misouri will he ours. knows that the constitution sets aside one I third...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 9 May 1902

i . I r THE TRIBUNE. Friday, May 9, 1903. Leslie Clemens wns up from St. Louis Sunday. Chnrlcs Spain of St. Louis spent Sunday In this city. Milt Mny of St. Louis spent Sun tiny with his family here. Ilnrry ltccd of St. Louis spent Sumlny nt this place. Mtstt Ocrtruilu Fisher left Snlur for St. Louis to vlBt her mother. A FINE RAIN has practically insured a line wheat and oat crop. The past season with its Hhort oatH has conclusively shown that DEERING LEADS, when it comes to saving "rain. ITS A MOXKY PROPOSI TION TO YOU to liave a machine that will nave your grain, DEERING'S IT. Kntlo Church of St. Louts spsnt Sunday with relatives at this plnco. Miss, Annlo Clarlcsoa enmo up from St. Louis Sunday to visit her parents. Charles Tumor, of St. Louis spent Sunday with homefolks nt this place. Miss Annie ltunzl of St. Louis wns the Kcst of friends nt this place Sunday. Ilout. Kldgway of St. Louis spent Sunday nnd Monday with his parents nt this place. Miss Xolllo Leo of Sllcx, wns the K...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 9 May 1902

4 5' THE TRIBUNE. Friday, Mny, 9, 1902. 1 r Neighborhood Nowh, As Told hy Our Assistant l.Mltor.i Jonosburn. Mini Annie mid Frank Ocrkln of Wright City cnrno up Sunday to spend (tie ilny with It.C. Hcgcman nml wife. Win. Snnr and James Wright from Walnut Urovu eamo through town Momlny on tliclr wny to War rcntun. Mrs, Mary Button near Morsoy died Monday, unit wan hurled In Jotioshorg cemetery Tuesday. T. .1. Ilaclimcr nml George 1.. Wilson wcro In Montgomery City Tuesday. Mr. lloUhausen from St. Louis mured up to his fiirni hiiiiIIi of JoilrnlKirt. '. '.. Stephen went ilown to tliu City Monday morning to buy goods. A. N. Kemp nml fmnlly moved back to Joimburg. , Thos. V-inSluillfiiril, who linn been up to seo IiIh fmnlly, returned to tlm City Miiiiilny, Dr. M. A. Hall hail n toluplionu box put up In Ills olllcu. A. Davnull In on tliu slclc lint but wr hope liu will Hoon bo out again, Tin: Old itci.iAin.i:. Egbort. Mr. Barker of Callaway county wns hero Friday with n wagon limit of t...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 9 May 1902

THE TRIBUNE. Friday, . May, 9, 1902, Neighborhood News, Dollflowor. ' There will bo services nt Union Chappcl next Sunday morning and evening by tlio pastor Hov. Uld- dolIS. The W. C. T. U. wns postponed at this plnce Inst Sunday. House cleaning Is tlio order ol Iho day now. Mrs. John Davis 11 ml children and Miss Jcsslo Hate spent the day nt Mr. Welch's last Sunday. Miss Km in a Kondlo spent last Sunday with home (oiks. Tho Sunday School at Union Chnppcl Is Incrcnslngcver Sutuiny, wo nro glad to scu It, hopo It will continue to lucrense. Mrs. Kttlo Hodgers wns trading ntlhls plnco last Monday. Hell flower Is doing lost ol business now dnys. Wo nro glad to see Miss Floy Lotion who has been slclc (or nunc time nble to bo out ngnln. SI10 spent Sunday nud Monday with her grand mother, Mrs. llnxler. Mr. John Hamrstnnd HonJnmes were trailing hero Tucsdny. Quito n number o( young men o( this vicinity have gone olT on n Ashing excursion, hopo they'll bring us back somo llsh. Ooorgo Hrown h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 9 May 1902

THE TRIBUNE. - Friday, . May, 9, 1903, Neighborhood Nowh, Fair Viow! Have had plenty of rnln lately in thlH vicinity. ' Somo of tlio farmers lira through plnntlng corn unci others soon will bo. iMiHH 1.1.ZI0 .Mcuiemiy lias a school in Lincoln county which she will teach this winter. Mm. Mcycs hns Improved n great deal, hut still mwibl.i to leavo her bed. Thi'J.Sunilny School nt .Mt. Pleas nut win not nttcndod ns well fin un u.il last Sundiiy. U'lmt Ih thu mat tur, pupil.' Don't no hack on Hun day School this curly. last wki:k. J. V. I'lirsons lost n horiu Inst week. Miss I,l..li5 lleiiiHlcnil on in i) home Saturday. Shu has hoen slaying with her sister, Mm. Drnko of New Florence. Mr. Ilrrunrd mid wlfoenlertnlneil the parent of thu hiltur hint Sun- dny. Mm. Pnmon'n mid Mm. Ilerthii Conrnn with thu guests of Mm. Jus, Gardner lnit WcdneBihiy. Mm. J, V, Piimons went to Mln cola Thiimdny to got seed com. One of Mr. Kill' fine yenrllng cnltH wns drowned In n pond Inst week. Mm Corn Anders...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 9 May 1902

THE KANSAS CITY STAR rublltliMev try tvenlni(n'l Utimlay niornlntf, Prosonta all ths News of the 24 hours lu Itmmott Mtrac.lv nl rrAdiMeilir.i.e, Wall rltcleil inlttfl linjr, rfcll urtlrli'i on topic ur K"rrt Intrrvst, iful rarr fully cllht., ami MioruuKlily antlicntlo market rrporti, nialtv every lut-tf rluetj thi reader The 3ana City Star hM 100,000 SUBSCRIBERS UrxritilrcnltUon ofanr nrwiptprrlntli wurl.l ml!llil Inn cltr "T ttiftil 8ki.hu otiulallon, lt lUiumCltx Star itvrnr- amtotitalnitlie aprirrota" llo 1 or tli-t n Billiifr public or It an rr would lia a hlct ihI atioli fin-at aurci'M. SUUBCntPTION RATES' Uv mall DOtnso prapaiu. ( D -J O I 0 I U, Hrlltrfpit hf larrlrra, lt r(l, THE KANSAS ClTf WEEKLY DnMoy and Sunday I mo. OOo Dalloy and Hunday 3 mos. $1 OO t)Allnv And Humlnv rt mm. Sir. fill Oalley aU Sunoav I yoar 6.2U ft tuple ruplrs itmlM Xtrr nm rcinrM. STAR, ONE YEAR, 26 CENTS. llouliler, Cot. April 2.1th, 1002. KditohTiuuunij: Thinking n few linos from a western city w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 9 May 1902

I; . THE TRIBUNE. Friday, - Alny 9, ipoa. MIh Suo Cnrr Is Improving. Itcpubllcnn Club meeting to night. Attend tho Sock Social next l-'rl-tiny night. John Mnrtln went to St. LouIh Monday. lion. (J. I. Smith left Monday for llutTnlo, Leo On-gory pont n few days In town this week. I.. Mnbry of W-lUvlllo wni In town Tiiiwlny. Hunt 8 1. J0 umbrella nt Govu'h In Montgomery County. Mr. J. It. Kenlo In tlm gucat nf her nlctcr In Kiitiaas. Deputy Shcrllt Hrltt .wni ln!1'v'f Jonoaburg Tuemlay. Miss Snbtna Sailor In vlnltlng In St. Louis this week. MIhs Jennie! Ituxncll Is tho gueitt of friend nenr Vnndnlln. Knlpli Dunford of St. Louts Fjicnt Sunday with homo folka. Look nt our men'ii vlci kid hIiouh nt 82.00, worth 82.50. Govn. Mr. Applcbee, Sr. died nt 111 (t homo In Danvlllo Mnndny. Artlt) tlnntc returned Tuesday from Hot Springs, Ark. Mr. mid Mrs. Newt Mallt-rson spent Sundny In Mexico. Horn to Dr. Nowlln nnd wife on l'"ildny,Mny '.', n linn boy. The luted tilings out In coiitNiind punt M...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 16 May 1902

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 10 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1902. NO. 31. niSSOURI CONSTITUTION TREATED AS WASTE PAPER. XUte ltrimlillc.il Cuniptlgn Hook. 1W1. Tho frnmcrs of the Stnto Constl tullon ol 1870 In their wisdom, nnd with nn eyo slnglo to tho best In terests of tho people, did three things for which tho people of Mis souri should nover forget them. Tlmo hni shown tho broad states manship Hint dictated their policy, nnd a true record of' thu ftnnnclnl transactions of tho Stnto for twon-ty-llvo years would show how tnx nllon would havubeen reduced ton minimum nnd how thu Stnto bond ed debt would lmvo been wiped out nnd two-llfth of tho rntlro Stnto tax slopped years ago had tho nf falrsof tho Stnto been administer ed In accordanco with tho provis ions of tho present Constitution. Tho three tilings which led tho peo ple to adopt thnl Constitution by n vole of I,n00 to 7,000 nro : 1. Tho limitation plnced on tho taxing power of tho Clcncrnl As- sembly Tho limitatio...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 16 May 1902

iku-rf ,t i I '1 - . - : The Tribune. Published Every Friday -itv- THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO., A. H. Kkadi.k, Managing Kriitor. MubHCrlptlon In Ailviinoo. TEll.MK : One Copy, One Year. l-oo " Six .Month Aoe " " Three Months JSC Phone ;b. Nollcr w III ! mil uhtrrlbrri when llirlr llnif rxlrMnl tliry will ho Mrrinl li li new llirlr lutorrlpllon at nnrr. i:i.lrrnl Hi I lie iihnlTIr l loiil0initv -'111' trrnml rl mill inMlrr. Friday Mny. 10. 1002. Ch-iiii int'ii honest politic. Interpret tlui (.'(institution an it in! FoiirycnrH enough pac tins jiits iiromitl 1 A Mtroiiir linnl null in tliu (inly way to get u wiion nut (r tin mini. Tin; Hqnililiuahs of tin; enmity Mionld triil logi'tlier ninl organize a strong elnn I'acli votintr precinct. Tins xlionld lio ilonu at once to-day ix tin.' tiiiK.'. Knrincr now my Hint prospects foral good crop were never better. This is en couraging. I -I't 1 1 ih ii 1 1 pit 11 for the np-linilling of our town and enmity anil at thu close of the season, busin...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 16 May 1902

THE TRIBUNE. Friday, - May 16, ipoa. Dan Whlto spent Sunday In War- Jamcs Unit went to St. Louis Monday. Guy Nunnclly went to Warren ton Monday. Luther Uordeaux spent Sunday with homofolks at Now Florence. A. W. Ferguson spent Sunday In St. Louis. J. W. Perkins of Bcllflowcr was In this city Monday. Jim JIall and.T. W. Jacks were in Jonesburg Sunday. Ernest Lctrhclmcrof Denton City is spending the week hero. Dorn to Hev. C. A. Mitchell and wife, Wednesday May 1 llh, a lino boy. Dnvo Jennings and wife were tho guests of relatives at Jonesburg Sunday. Hen McCluiry came up from St. Louis to spend a few days with homcfolks. Mr. and Mrs. It.O. White attend ed tho Dnvault funeral nt Jones burg Monday. Mrs. James Whltcsldcs went to St. Louis Sundny to visit a fow weeks. Sam Sharp and E. H. I'cgram were nttcndlng circuit court at Ful ton Mondny. Mrs. C. J. Locko and Mrs. O. I. Vogt attended tho funeral of Prof. Davault nt Jonesburg Monday. Mrs. W. J. Iluehanan of Kolln, Mo. was tho guest of...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 16 May 1902

THE TRIBUNE. P i I rest by tho side of Ills sister hero SJWfr If lilt if Friday, May, 16, 1902. Neighborhood Nowh, As Told hy Our Assistant editors. Locust Orovo Wo nro having lino wc.nthcrnow, j nnd Mr. Wnlter Robertson In mnk-i Ing use of It a ho In working tlio rond. Wo believe ho will mnko uo 11 good roadnvorscer. Mr. Jell Hagood nnd family visited relatives In thlHconimiinlty Snturdny mid Sundny. A goodly number nllendcd . Hundny School nt Hopewell Kim- 1 day. Hov. C C. Long him been j called 11s pnHtor. Preaching nt 1 10 o'clock 11. 111. Saturday nnd I Knttinliiy night nt H o'clock nnd Hundny ovo nt M o'clock p. in. I vn Hnlght wns heen going 1 townrdH thn Whlto house Sundnyj ovo. 1 Mm. l.awsou nnd granddaughter Verdn nro the guests of tho formers , daughter Mrs. It, 1:. Parsons. Ilrnndt Mohh wiih shopping In Wdlsvlllo Snturdny nnd piirchns ed 11 new spring wagon. Mr. Fred Ilnlglit wuh visiting homefntk liiNtweek. Wo understand that Mr. Miirlou Cnhiill lost four hog from getti...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 16 May 1902

THE TRIBUNE. v Friday, Atay, 1 6, 1902, Neighborhood Newt, Dnnvlllo. C. It. Bnll ami wlfo of Montgom ery City wcro calling on friends nt this plnco Suntlny ntturnoon. Miss Mary Cnsoy is visiting her parents in St. Louis. ltcv, Mnggart tilled Ills regular appointment liero Sunday and Sunday night. Miss Fniinlo Ford of Montgom ery City caino over Saturday for n few weeks visit with her undo L. K. Ford. Will hnvo children's exercises hero first Sunday In June. Misses Florence and Kiitu Mooro of Trinity attended church hero Sunday morning. Miss Francis Ornham of Mlneola has been visiting "Undo" Dave llarker several days. Lots of "courting" In town this week. ' Nowh Is scarco this week for Aunt Pot-iy. Din Spring Mrs. Mattlu Patton nnd children nro visiting Mrs. Wllkollng this week. Several people of this vicinity were called before the grand Jury this week. Chns. Nictlergcrko nnd Otto Dunnrd left for Madison, Mo., 'where they go to seek employment. Misses Eminn Meyer, Clara Steckman, Sa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 16 May 1902

THE TRIBUNE. Friday, May, 16, 1902, Neighborhood News, On Tho Lino. TI10 Into rnlim hnvo given now llfo to nil things nnd nil kinds of business. Tho farmers nro puling out every ncroof crop their tennis enn fnrm. John Smith of Culvro told IiIh grny span of homo to Dnvo Leh non fur 8100. I. L. lluydcn ha a largo rnnn cow to lo fresh in Juno to noil nt 8:10. Culvro I'ost ortlro will bo dls contliilK'd after Juno .'10th. TI10 frco mull mi tlinrl lien will plnco n corner box nt said plnco. Misses Mntid Hlzen mid Drown of lllcliory Creek gave Culvro n cull Sunday. Horn to (too. Hurncy nnd wlfo 11 ton pound hoy Mny Itli. Some farmers nru through plant lug. Fishing nnd mushriion par ties should ho organized. Clcnvu Smith wants 2'i"i for Culvro Ktoro. Km 11 good locution nnd gets 11 good trade, 11 very good trndo when tho rondo nro Imd. Goo. Ilcntly, Culvro's mull car rier thinks hu will ho out of 11 Job by thu 1st of July iih tho frco mull starts up then. F. T. WIHInniH was engaged to touc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 16 May 1902

TONGUE OF FLAME Br ELIZABETH CHEBRY WALTZ. J (CM rlbU4 tj Dlt j Story lfc. O ) 4iri:it (lliteoi lilns fc atimirr huh oirr, ynuna (llilenii Setinctt cliaiitfeil Ida rntiKli cluclilnjr for it little littler Kiilt, tlien ft tu nnlk up tbf roail touarua.tlie Alatrtter liomratrad. He. I. ad erkeil hard In the ha) field i To her mind n aermnn 11 day. Ill back ached, hit armanrre Mrr, but t lila waa Wrdueiday nllit. On the nhlle ooile atetia nf the He prnmiaed to (rite ttiem.an anmer on i he morrow and went toee r Iatllla. There aa no happier woman than ahe I tliote daya. She waa atttlngnt her aew. , Inp when Oldenn came In, hmnnvlni; a quaint country ditty. He thought her a changed uomnii, Surely, elio had j ncter arenieil no handsome In thr iilden ' daya of toll and nnxlety. lie told her what the people ankrd. It full mean- Inc downed upon her. "You nntat do llila thing, fllileon," ahe Mid, nfter a alienee. "It will help I both you nnd the people." "Put n arrmun?" Harltla atruggtrd with ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 16 May 1902

THE TRIBUNE. if Friday, - Alay 16, iooj. Mrs. Oco. Whlto of Mlnnola was hero Tuesday. Mr. Mnhiincsnnd" wife spent Sun day In Mtnuula. Mrs. Dr. Hudson spent Tuesdny In WcIIsaIIIo. Jas. Milan of St. Louis, was in town Sunday. Dr. Now 1 In went to St. Louis Wednesday on business. Clarence Long of Wcllsvlllo was In town Monday. C. I'. Sheets and wlfo attended court hero Friday. D. W. Hensloy spent Wednes day In St. Louis on business. Will Splru-i of near Gumma was here on business Tuesday Oeorgo tlrowu of Qninma was attending court Wednesday. Mrs. .1. I'. Metzler entertained tlio lluttereup Club Thursday. Leo Oregory left for Mnrisvlllo,, Cal. lifter a six woks visit to rela tives. Miss Kate Crane of Williams burg Is visiting Mrs. A. McCnunu this week. Mrs. Dims anil little Miss Vniigh rlne of Nuw Florence were visiting hero this weelc. Mrs. Crniitiin and husband of St. Louis are visiting the family of Itev. I'ow this week. .lohn Hush of Portland was hern .Sunday visiting his son, II. M...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 May 1902

' ' ' MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 10 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1Q02. NO. 32. y r .J Another Interesting; Letter I'rom V. C. Crandcll. Boulder, Colo., May nth, 1002. Hditor Thiiiunb: Onco more will glvo you o few lines from tho Banner City of Colorado. If Ih now quite n common oc curnncc to fro familiar iaccs those who have met In days gone by cither in Illinois, Wisconsin, Nebraska or Mo. It seems pood to meet those ncqualntnlncu espec ially when faraway from tho loved ones of our family. Slnco hero hnvo mctscvcrnl from Wisconsin, my homo for many yenr nnd several of my nrmy nu soclntcs, nlso of school days nt Milton nnd Walworth Wis. Uouldcr has more old soldiers of the Civil war than any plnco I have over been. A largo number of them have come hero purchased or built themselves homes and como to spend their last few years In n counlry unsurpassed for beauty of scenery, health and com forts of life. Our littlo Grocery Storo (Mr. Silas Bombnugh and myself) has gotten t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 May 1902

,jmm WWW""1 '' & 5tOiijiiMttJiiii iii;iyier .m'.i'ti"'-' . -,;: rtir no?" 4. 121' . The Tribune. Published ISvery Friday THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO., A. It. Kiiaim.i:, Miiiiiiyinj,' Ktlitor. ttulmcrlptlmi In Atlvtiiiuu. TKI1.MS : One Copy, One Venr. $1.00 " " SU .Month - one three Months 33c Phono uo. .Vcllic l.n pnt ntrrllH-rn ttlirii tlirlr tlmr' plrei ami tliry wilt lip rxrrlril tnirntw Ihrlr mWrllloii at oner. A LOUllY TRUST. Tito lobby might bo citlluil the fourth uMiile in tho govoriiiiiunt of IMisHouri if it weio not iih well known that it is the Hint, In the HeiiHc that it iiiflutliw all of the othuiD. Yet, while the lobby U a co ordinate in the houso of being one of the tle iaitnieiitH of the government' either iimler law oriuitler the existing condition of thing. I'litler the law, of course, the lobby is with out a ntntns, mid uirtler the existing condi tions it is not itself a part of the adminis tration, but embraces anil includes every pari of it. If this Hounds liku e...

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