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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 May 1902

I - 1 I i ft THE TRIBUNE. Friday, - Mny 33. !!" Hob Wilson went to Mobcrly to seek employment Tuesday. Hobt. Craston, of fit. Louis, In In town ngaln this week. Mrs. Geo. Gilchrist wns In Now Florcnco visiting licr parents Frl tlny. Mrs. Virgin Orimth of Mlnncnp olls Mln. Is In town to visit her pn-rents. Looknt the Union Savings Hank I A new cont of yellow niul green paint. L. K. Orimth of Ciirrellon, Mo., spent Sunday with his brother nt this plnco. Clnud Kilts nnd Miss Alia Hod go ra wero the guests of friend nt Wcllsvlllo Sumlny. Dr. Hudson of Montgomcry.Clty was here Montlny for n short time. Wnrrcntnn Hnniior. Misses Ocrtnule Nnnnelly nml Kthcl Hnxtcr wero thu guest of friends nml relatives nt Portland Sunday. Monta MntiH went lo St. Peters to nttendHio Cntholle Plcnlu; he reportH u lnrgo crowd mid n pleim nnt 1 1 me. Marvin Hush spent Sunday with home folks nt Portland. W. O. Lavender bf New Florence i spent Sunday In this city. Miss Lucy Pnxlon, milliner of WellHvlllo wn In ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 May 1902

THE TRIBUNE. Friday, - May, 2i, ioo. Neighborhood Nowh. A Told by Our Assistant Editors. Cross Roads. II. A. Kraft was In Montgom ery Thursday. Claud Cahalt went to Montgom ery Thursday. Mrs. Dora Knocflcr and children returned to their homo In Mont gomery Thursday. M. V. Cahall returned to his work In Kt. Louis, Wednesday of last week. W. T. Sanders nnd wlfowcro trading In Wollsvlllo Friday. I". K. Kraft was In Montgomery Friday. Misses Llzzlo nnd Emma Fnul- hnber visited Kmmn and acrtrudoj Kraft Wednesdny of Inst week. j Carl Fuhr visited his nunt near Vnndnllii a couple of days last week. Miss Norn lluriisldo was In this vicinity delivering perfume which she had sold sometime since. Milton May wns visiting homo folks nriir.Mlclillctown Frldny nnd Katurdny. Ho snys ho has given up his position In St. Louis on ac count of III health mid Hint hu Is gulng to Colorado fortho bciiollt of Ills health nnd purse. Success to htm. Services nl Hopewell last Satur day by O. C. Long. Miss Oert...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 May 1902

i. i III i ill n I g ,-i.?'"J4 'vr'7--yi'Mwy""Mgmw man r 91 vim' i THE TRIBUNE. Friday, - May, 33, 190a, Neighborhood News, Bin Spring Llttlo Kathrlno Hodgcrs of Slat' cr visited J. C. Whttcsldcs last week. Judge Elliot of Danvlllo wni In this vicinity ono day laat week. Stone. Mason Dixon and son Win. ars excavating and walling a cellar, also laying foundation for Joseph Nlcdcrgcrko's now residence. Wm, Attcbcry and daughter went to Amcrlcus to mill Monday, Mary Davis Is visiting friends and relatives In Danvlllo this week Almost everybody Is through planting corn In this vicinity nnd a great many havo begun plowing corn. Orvls Sanders nnd Oarry Sub lctt of Amcrlcus wcrolnthts vlcln Ity ono day last week T. K. Davis visited homcfolks In New Floronco Sunday. Win. Dnvls went to Danvlllo Saturday wo suppose to see his best girl. W. L. McOInnU Is to havo a pu bile vale at his rusldenco nbout 3 1-2 miles north of this plnro on 'May 21 to begin at 2 p. in. News Is scarce with TUMP. Locus...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 May 1902

... h.j.i "''jKam mmmmnMMaeammtmmmimat miiirr ttM .it. i ii irrr THE TRIBUNE. Friday, . Mny, 33, 100a, Neighborhood Noun, On Tho Lino. A poem 011 Spring Is n very nlco tiling It you lenvo nil tliu bad things out But of tint mud In tho roads I don't llko to nine; Or tho cyclone Hint romcM Hkljij)- Ing about. J. . I'liddi) took n drive to Mid- dlctown Saturday to seu Dr. ltlgg tho flrxt trip out hIiico til tt leg was broken Inst July. Kvcrylhlng In growing nicely but 11 good shower would bu np predated nt present. Mrs. Win. C'lnro of Culvru Mo wiim visiting her mother Mm. Cor licit of West Culvru Sntiirdny, Your space llllcr mid time killer spent 11 few liourH In Mlddlctown Inst Saturday ovo and wo enjoyed our trip to tho poi-tlo old town. TI10 Hull district lms not yet em ployed 11 tea c 1 1 it. John Itclghtiiy of WVIImvIHii wns going over hi futuru mall route IiihI week acquainting hlniHidf with the route and soliciting for mall boxes. John will please tho poo jilo for ho Is nil acc...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 May 1902

FAD J IN JEWELRY. , The droilut icnr(jii l lngli pfarl. Yew Ml lmrktr art iim-i, oil norti nil klntl of jilnn, tlir ijuiilnlrr Hip !( tcr, lakliij tlirir Iil.icr. A giioi! ntir. meiit l nlunjm hmn, humtrr. Onr u( tin ilnlutlmt li ii col'ctl MTmt ol rnanitl anil (,'old, I'lim. culT liilllutm, i-lc, of I lie port Inir lurlil,v an inadf ul ruck cranial iinilrrluld with liiluglliu ll'lril wltli eiiaiiul. Tliey N'pri-n'M hunting ami lUlilui; rrnr mill iinlmuU' lirniU. unt. tlir Hnrliinnii'ihtji In moot rxtlilllr. IlariMino icarla eoiitlmiv In fmur, and nri urril lu mrlcir nj, among wlilcli urr lliiwrr-lmiei! hrniln for liat nml llcl,illi. TliOf appear in itiilalrn ohrj Kiiiiilifiim m. rent n.filihttlm, nnd tlir like, Ihr Irrt-ijilliir nrni nf I lir car! Irlnu; nmde an nilniiln(je In fantitnnln? I bo prla'ta of tlir llonrr. Lnrtrf l) roi nc pcarln nut In mr ami inllijuf pold for Lnt plnn ire a!o notrl. SCIENCE S1FTINGS. Tlir Ih-iiiiI.v of llm lilrilitrvr maple rlxcn from tint rontorltona ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 May 1902

THE TRIBUNE. Friday, - May j, iooj. i Excursion to St. Louis Saturday and Sunday. ' E. S. Si'k of Wcllsvlllo wns In town Wednesday, i MUs Fnnnlo Ford 1h visiting !' Danville IIiIm week. I)r. Hnrtwcll of St. Louis visited I friends hum Sunday. Mrs. O. Pltiiimu" Smith was In1 St. Louis Wednesday. Head what llupu & Claro hovo to say In their d thin week. Homer Ham was up from St. Lou I n few dayn thin week. Mr. and Mm. I. M. Hlchards and Leo returned to Mexico Sunday night. Mr. It. S.McCall and Mis Hor tha Stnndhanlt returned from a ncvural days visit In St. I.ouU Sat urday nt;ht. Km nk (Iraves of St. Louis spent Sunday with his parrntH, Huv. 1). W. (Iraven and wife. Coiuinoii MetiKu trunk and tele Hcope at I). SNKTIIKN'S. Mr. I'd Kemplimky and von of WoIIhWIIo spent Saturday tho guest of MIhh Mary Murtln. Mr. Maymo (law of Fulton ar rived Wednesday to visit hereous In, Mrs. U. 1'. Vogt. Mrs. J. O. Crnno of Williams burg Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Alien McCannii this week. W. W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 May 1902

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE VOL. 10 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MAY 30, 1902. NO. 33. MONTGOMERY TOWNSHIP REPUBLICAN CLUH. Despite tlio threntlng rnin and tho f act tlint tho court room was In use Sntunlny night tho Republi cans of this township braved the weather nail went hi Col. Thonip nonRoulcc. Tho meeting wns cal led to order by tho Provident and tho minutes of tho last meeting rend. Tho following constitution which had been previously adopted was rend I CONSTITUTION AND I1Y-LAW8 OK Till: MONTOOJIKItV TOWNSHIP ltt:i'lMI!.ICAN CI.UII OF 1002. AitTicf.r. I, KAMI: AND OIUIXT. See. 1. Thenniiio of tins organ ization Khali be thu Montgomery Township lteptibllcnu Club cf Montgomery County Missouri. See. 2. The objects nnd purpoeo of tills club shall bo to strengthen tho Republican party or nrgnnlzn lion to uiilti) nil Republicans of tho county Into n more solid compact, to glean nml report through proper person such Information iih In cnlled for by tho Republican Ccn trnl Committee, f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 May 1902

,.UMWt,-;'"--T-IW-.F---T'T''lIIWP!IW!l'l"' T -J - l.. ,,ri -i-Mlt7" 11,1. ... ',t4fffmffimiijmmgmmammmmmm .0 . V The Tribune. Published Every Frlclny THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO., A. li. Ki:,ni.i:, Managing Kditor. ("ray, of Carthage, m to bo vice chairman of I tlm committee. The campaign is to he con ducted by an executive committee of' live member. Committee on finance, speaker and to look after oilier details of the campaign will be appointed in the regular way after the new committee is elected at Jcffcrxoii City next moth. MubMCrlptloii In Advimco. TKH.MS : One Copy, One Year.. $1.00 " " SU.Mnntli . . One ' " 'llirce .Month Jjc Phone ltd. Nolle lf telit ulcrll,ir nlirn llirlr llmr t.lrM and lliry Mill tr f rrlnl In trnpw tlirlr Miliorrlpllon l onrr. " I'nliriil Hi tlm ,oil-nlt1ip at MotilKOiuttv Cltr frond 1 Inn mall milter. Friday Mnv, 30, 1902. Organize your Clubs now ! In (he withdrawal of Kdward A. Kozicr; from the race for the Stale Republican j (Jhiiirinaii'diip whatever of c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 May 1902

fc 3i ? 6 THE TRIBUNE. PrIJay, May 30, 1902. E. II. Thomns spimt Sunday St, Louis. In Hoy Thomas St. Louis. spent Sunday In Fred Whltson St. Louis. spent Sunday in John Martin Sunday. was In St. Louis Joolllnckshnw delivered hogs at this plnro Monday. J. 1. Mctzlcrniidwlfu spent Sun day In St. Louis. Mr. Lou JcnnliiKs wris tho mieot of relatives nt Mexico Sunday. Mrs. Spyres Is tho nuest of her dauKhter, Mrs. Tatuin at Joplln. Orln CInro went to St. Louis 'Tuesday to hnvo his eyes treated. Lltllo Miss Stonla Ji-niiltij-s Is tho (r"t of relatives at Uellllow-cr. Torest Covington and ICd Arnold of Shamrock spent Sunday In St. Louis. Henry Covington shlppednear load of hoirs mid eottlo Tuesday nln'it. Wllber Halley spent Sunday with his mother and brothers at Alton, III. .Mlssut Kato llladus, Mil ml Mitchell mid VlrtfloQooilrlclt spoilt Sunday In St. Louis. Charles Itcnzt St. Louis. spent Sunday In Hen McCleory went to St. Louis Tuesday. spent i ,1.1,1, r .rtxi.Mxfxng .hm ,..v.MMVltiS ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 May 1902

THE TRIBUNE. l-"rlilny, - Mny, 30, iooj. NoJliboi'liooil Nowh, As Tolil by Our Assistant Hdltors. Minnoln Hov. Taylor Illicit tlio pulpll lierc Sunday. y.n. Susan Graham attended church hero Kiuulay. Hiighctt Nungcton nnd sister Kthel went to Columbia Friday nml relumed homo Saturday nc comimnlfd liy ihclr sinter, Mis DurciH, who Ihih been attending school there. l'hll Dulton delivered sheep In Montgomery Monday, j 11. I!, f.'rmm mid wlfo spent Sat urday In .St. Louis. I Alice Ingram mid sisters wunt to I WollsvMo Knliinlny. j l.lttlu Mnrtlia I'enn of Montgom ery, nfler upending 11 week with her grandparents, Mrs. Jonnlo P01111, n turned homo .Monday. Misses I.utlii HnrrlHon mid Cnro llnu Arnold of HIlaiiiHhurg spent from Saturday until Monday with Itilnh Crime nnd wlfit. Hodger See, after spending tin) pnit three, mouths In Colorado, ru turned home Friday . MIhh Kate llakcr left Friday for Fulton, where sho ha gone to vIh t Mln Kiln HeynnldH. Miss Kntu lllntlos went to St. Louis Sa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 May 1902

r THE TRIBUNE. Friday, . May, 30, 190J, NoltflllOl'llOOl News, Thomas District A. A. Davidson and Henry Mny vos In Montgomery Snturdny. It. a. Elllolto wns In Wcllsvlllo Inst Thursday. Ilonry Smith gavo tho young men a wood chopping Inst Thurs day and 11 party on Friday night. All reported nn enjoynblo time. SIIsj Lonn Wngncr, ono of MM- j dlctown's most accomplished young Indies, returned from War- rcnton Saturday wlicro sho hnd 1 been taking music. ' lov. Howies fllled his rcgulnr j nppolntincnt nttho M. 1!. Church south ssumtny n. in. Children m day exercises nt 8 p. m. brought out u full house. Tho exercises were good. Mrs. Bettlo Glenson nnd bnby re turned to their home In St. Lout Saturday nfler n throe weeks visit with her parents J. 12. Heed and fnmlly. Mrs. Kmlly Gnrtmnu ivnd daugh- Iter Stella relumed from 11 three 2amm?wwmmmmmtm?ro SAVE a Simon .My niimsBonuoucrtjWBt!,( vIllIt , ,a,r i,rtu.r Clmr wcrc visiting nt Dnnlnl Slay's tho , ,,,y inxt() oi Contralla, ono day latte...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 May 1902

t THE TRIBUNE. Friday, . 1ny, 30, 1902, Neighborhood News, High Point. John Mitchell nml Artie While vrcro grading our roads mil! ilny thin week. I'rlilny evening .MesilnmoH I.uln Cobb, Susan llarnes, Jenliun Sall or, Huttt.- Mill, Mlso l.uht Diilton nml Stella Hnrncs met nt High 1'olnt church nml gnvn the church n thorough cleaning. Kmnictt Dulton U worst thin week. The doctor thinks ho Iimh hofirt illsenHc. Mrs. lltnl Ham nml daughter Kl hIo went to Shamrock Iat Wed nesday evening to hnvo KIsIo'h tooth (inlled. Mien Snllle llrown, who for Home time Ii.im inadn her lionie In KnnsitH City, r tiirni'il to thin plum lust week, nml In now with her brother, J. 1. llrown. Kmmclt Snllor linn licen nroiind engaging lambs. Farmers nre looking cheerful now on nceoiint of the nlcu rnln we hud thU week. Milton .Seholl nnd wife nro the proud parent of 11 new hoy, Mm. S. .1. Hullor nml daughter Kthcl visited Mr. Nnoml Hull this week. I.lttlo I'. MeKlnley llnrneH Is nt homo again. Several from he...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 May 1902

1 A It V "t . PRIVATE MONSON By LYNN ROaV.KEEKlNB. t pappose," he mIJ, "that you have I tt lfll.0ti ttmn In finnatd. .!.' ... ! 4Cb7rlKbUil br DaII ftotT 0J IT WAS Iii I tii midat of the civil war llnrnrr vent nut In tnlic a Jimt look nt tlir fii iii. A battle would vcrtnlnly lie f.itiglil the next day. lilt own nift-rcnci-a Itnd been corrolmrn. ted by ii Id tit from tin' lididitirtur to Mhli'li Iu wan temporarily at tached. When lip firm nppfnrcd an n war correspondent, full of I lie romance tliat lili work promised. In waited for tin- Unlit 11 ml then threw Into 111 de scription u It llit reourecs of Ills rrnily pm.iiml prompt wiciilnilar.v, Imt It would not do. Ilp soon found Unit liy tin- time Mr copy wn ready t lit other fclluwp lu-ld tlic vlrea and lie nan lift to leeclve pli-nannl inessiiRea from the home nlllcc about Ida dis patches lulii ipillc k"1"'' tint POIIIC what undent, wltli mi nccnalnnnl re iiilndiT Hint tin1 paper lie represent id vvns not u liiom lil v pulillciitl...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 May 1902

ii unif nrr"'-' " - -n i n ii r n mr- pir at. I: THE TRIBUNE. Friday, May 30, 1901. . t . . I .. T I .. Mondny. i They nil sny "Montgomery Hello" In O. K. Guy Whltehend n turned Mon- lliin Hliiih'ii wns In town Mondny Jny from St. Louis. Hi gulnr'oc tennis shoe, GOc nt' 100 pair men's odd pants. Very (Jove's. cheap nt Oovo'h. They nil my "Montgomery Jullnn llnm In now night tele Hello" Iff OK. U'riuili operator nt this place Wm. Wiirmrof High Hill wn In , All kinds of Baddies nnd harness thl elty Thursday, nt 1). S.st.thkn'.h. .. .... .." .. 1.1.. Cherry Phosnhnte, eold uuy .Minneny nin.io 11 mp m Joucsborg Thursday. In Need of Stationery? Cherry I'lioonhnte, eold and sparkling, at tlio City Drug Store. f lUu lifim llfiniu ifliirned Hun- Look at Mint & Co.'s window ,1 rom n few weeks visit In St. display o( wnll paper. Louie. .laineM Nelson wn In St. Louis fry n itnck of "Montgomery Saturday nnd Sunday. Ilelle," SI. 00. Kor sale by nil gro- Itoy Mlliihcll HpeiitSntur.lay and, re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 6 June 1902

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 10 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1902. NO. 34. Memorial Dny. Memorial Dny was quietly though well celebrated In our clly. Tho procession, In tliu follow ing order, Drum Corps, N'atlonnl Guard;, Old Soldiers, Carriages, left tho Court llotiso al half past ten nnd mnrched to tho city ceme tery the services of tho O. A. It. woro rend over tho graves of tho last fallen comrade tho Guards Itred the salute and then tho graves of the loved ones were garlanded. Tho program arranged for tho afternoon commenced at two o'clock, Tho musical part of tho program was especially lino. It would not bo a rlghtcouM Judge ment to my that one selection was better than another. Hon. C. A. names, of Mexico, In his pleating manner delivered tho address to tho Old soldiers. Mr. Dames' address was typical of tho man. Well worded, rich In thought, splendid In expression It will long bo remembered by those who heard It. In tho ubscncu of Mr. Grover, who was to speak to tho...

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

?S&igffr ij'"w'-re " ft "- i 6?( ft The Tribune. Published Every Friday THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO., A. It. Ki:aii.i:, Managing Kditor. MiiliMiM'Iptlmi In Atlvmiuu. tkis.ms : One Copy, One Year. - Ji.no " SI. Month ooc " " Three Months Jjc I'luinc oft. .S'ollcr will be. tent iiilwcilhrrt nhen their time expire, ami liny Mill lie eiprrlrd tn renew lliclr tiibicrlpllim at oner. Kntrrril lit I In' putt-oHUr- at Monljfcliieiv '.'I If " tccoml cIum inall mailer. I'nrroll gave us Friday Juno G, 1002. Dockcry, of franchise tnxfaine, is also trying to make Phelps tin; black Hliei-p. Stone, whom right lung has forgot its cunning, will possibly sl'II linking powder before his I roubles are over. RlWUllUCAN CI.U1IS. Montgomery Township Republican Club meets every two weeks tit the Court House. Xi xt meeting .liuu' 7. Cook iioimI liis inlhienci' with the Gov ernor to luivi! him sign tht! (livcdois hill in consideration of which hi; received a fee yet In- says he is not lied up with tht1 lohhy....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 6 June 1902

Wife w.,-,: ;ismsM1: 9 0: .A THE TRIBUNE. Friday, - June 6, 1903. J. A. Mnhcry wns In Mexico Wed nesday, Clyde Hnm enmo up on the ex cursion Sunilny. Dr. Mont Clnro of St. Louis, Sundnyod In thin city. K. V. Shny wns calllntf on friends (?) hero Sundny. J. T. Nunnelly hits two cnr-load of Decrlne; Hinders on hand. Kdjjnr llrutton of Kansas City In visiting homo folks this week. Mist Georgia Looker of Oiiliima wns hero Thursday of list weok. All kinds of saddles nnd harness nt D. Ssi:tiihn'h. Itcv. 1). D. Slpplo and family of Smlthsvlllo me visiting hero this week. Mrs. W. C. Huuhes went to Troy Mondny to spend a week with relatives. Hush 0vlii(;s of St. Louis spent Sunday tho Kiicstof hlsvlster.Mrs. Sam Sharp. Mrs Hobt. Shnckloford of Clay ton spent Sunday tho gxivxi o ' Mrs. Ham Sharp.'"- Miss .limnlo Hussell rotlirlied Sunday from a visit to friends near Vnndnlla. Atonroo Smith of St. Charles, formerly of this place was visiting relatives hero Sunday. Miss Kula Husspll left Monday...

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

M THE TRIBUNE. Iljfft, I'rldny, . Juiic 6, 190a. 6'W.. ' ? I, A, I j Neighborhood News, As Told by Our Asslstnnt ttdltors. Mlcidlotown Dick Latterly of I.ouMann In visiting litn brother-in-law, Cnpt. II. Trower, who has been nerlfiiiHly nick llit pnxt week. Itov. J. .1. Henley lllled his regu lar appointment nt tliti l'lrst M H. chiiri!h Sunday. News was received hero ci( Hit lioMin of K. II. Johnson of (Iraiitl Junction. Colo., fnrineOy of your city, being entered by hiirgulnrs Some money, a pair of gold sleeve buttoiiH mill Mrs. .).' gold watch went taken. Tho family were ab' sent from liomi) al the time. Albert Jones Iiih inovcit liN ba kery In I'. II. Jones' building on Main ft,, where lui ban morn room mill belter locution. A number of the members of tlie I. (). 0. 1-'., No'iVl, eonleiiiplatii no lug on the excursion .Sunday to the I. O. O. T. Ilomii at Liberty, Mo. Mm. Henry tnntlou of comrades to tho obser vance of Ping Day, Juna 1 1, game, being thn day net mldn In com memor...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 6 June 1902

33 Friday, - June 6, 1902. 7 "V. 1:1 f v- V. Neighborhood News, Dnnvlllo. Mrs. Prnthcr Usry returned to her homo in St. Louis Simdnv ni ter n plea-nut visit to her patents mm mentis. Clins. llurtnii nnd wife nrc hero visiting John Ilutton. Wlllio mihI Irenu Morinrlty who nro nttcndtng school nt Joncshurg nro nt homo for n fow days. Cleo. Williams enrao up from St. Louis to spend Stiudny with his family nt tills place. Misses Kthyl nnd Conelvo Dar ker returned to their liomc niter an extended visit to relatives nt Wells vllle mid .Mexico. Misses 1,111 In nnd llesslu DISK'S of Wellsvllle visited tlieir linele J. M. Darker part of Inst week. Dnnvlllo wiim well represented nt the Contest nt Mincoln Inst Wed nesday evening. Misses Unsey nnd Dyke spent Sumlny in St. Louis. Miss Annie Clnrk who Ims been visiting Miss Nellie Hodgors tliu pnst two weeks returned to her homo Saturday.' Goo. .Moreno nnd 15d Sllpp of Middletowu Spoilt Suudny nt this plneo. Will Davis visited his "best girl" her...

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

THE TRIBUNE. Friday, .In nc ft, lyos. Neighborhood News, AmorlcuH. The crops on Dry Fork lire hard to bent unci especially tin! wlii'iil. V. A. Crockett, wlionnililiiiight oi Itmli of Montgomery wns In lown it few iluyK. Illlly Lltcho anil family visited (Jus Hcounifiiil mid fiuiilly Sun dny, also Albert Mcyeriind family. Homo from hero ntloniled Dcco rntlon M-rvleo nt Rlilntiniid. Olllo .Moxi'ly visited hnmcfnlks Saturday mill Siiniliiy. Owen Gentry, wlfimnil hum Hcr bcit, J. It. Dickey mid wlfn visited George I'rnlg's Sunday. Frank llnltwlck nnd wife of Went Dry Fork dined wild Dick HcrttV Similny. Dr. l'l'mlKTtiin, dentist, Iiiih been In our town n few days mill doing good work. C. K. Dickey writcH from Fort Logan, Colo. Hint lie lilies tho West line, mid enjoys iirmy life. I In upends u great piirtnfhlsllmiiwith Ills slstcrin Doinor, Colo , Mrs. .1. It lliiilillcstou. Mrs. Milton Talc, Just west of town, In very low of henrt failure, Dr. lliilTiiian w:in called. Messrs rl lllliU...

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