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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 18 July 1902

' ' ' ' ' ' ' 1 11 - ii mini i ibmiiii iiiwtiiTmitm MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VttL. 10 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1902. NO. 43. 3 ft OFFICIAL CALL For Republican County Nominat ing Convention. Pursuant to tho direction ot the ltopubllcan Central Committee ot Montgomery county, a County Delegate Convention Is hereby called to meet nt tho Curt House In Montgomery City nt 11 a. m., Monday July 28, 1002, for the pur poses of nominating n county tick et, electing one member ot the County Central Committee largo, receiving reports of ihe election of Central Commlttoconanj from tho various precincts and wt-J tending to such other business n may properly come before ithc convention. ' Precinct mass meetings arc hcroby called to meet nt huvit rlouB voting precincts of tn ni'' tynt2o,clo'',P,m,JUy 20 im r.- purpose of electing the ' County Central Committeeman to which such precincts nro . mitltlud, as shown by this call, nnd selecting delegates to said , county convention. Uy orde...

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. — 18 July 1902

--i"'r ;--n-- 4f-iVffi1'V' THE TRIBUNE. l-ulill.liril Ur ' TIIK THIIII1MK riu.iTlxn A. II. KKAIIMi iUnaft-laft- Killtnr. MOXTUOMlfllY. I t MIHSOl'M. ntldrntly, tin- Dnthl Jf. llnrrle if he Ihrrnlcnn sensational disclosure! iignliitt Kir T)mmnnl.litiin It hlnctnlm if C11.M5 In not settled, purposes to ahiity Hint Upton's contests fur Ihc Amcrlcn's cup were partly Intended to (dtcrtisc Llpton'n business. A Cnnadlnn oniclnl frnm the Klnn dike who In ilsltlng London says the mining nml commerce of the country arc largely controlled by Americans, Including the ll( cm on iio lower Yu kon rltrr. He estimates tlin Klnn like iiutmt of gold nlneu lfi'Jj at 73,-WHMKXI. It would not hnte Im-cii n bad Idea fur congress to have spent tlic, Innt liny of the n irnl session In searching bills pnnscd to flnil sections inyslrl niitly llpi-il In like Hint rcmlttlNj; llic bond lux on brokers, l'.tcn now Hint tlie Job Ji.ik Ih-cii ilone congress uiilit to nsct-rtntn who cnnlrltrd It Tlie statement Hint 1...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 18 July 1902

r THE TRIBUNE. Puhll.linl hr TIIK TltlllUNi: rMIXTINO CO. A. Ik Kl:AI)I.U Mn.ln Kdltor. moxtoomi:i:y. : : Missouri). r ) ; r 1 SHADOW IN SUNSHINE. Oh, Volet of Bummtrl ehl4 mi not to day, llccauit my heart li Brays Oh, Utile hlriit 1 hear your r. !!( rap- Ar.d know tho t ptll-krllevo mr, know It wtll Tl. tcataiy that rvrty nircnturo. Only to tretha wlilltbliiomontlwmay, Only to tlvt to-cay. Oh, ptalm of Joy! I. too, havataktn part, Ar.il tur.it for tna ofhrarti 1, too, hav llrttrril bv th Ilvr fountain, And ki.uw the aor.R ah m! have known It Ioi- tht cabmen Dunn far from ilrcainlr.it The mtlodlt that tn toft t lllshta atari. mountain, Ar.d, IICEtrlcic, nil the hearl. Oh, Oad of plly I ho Thine ovn Bon Raw All wounfil voulfl to r nve, J"rlv ua If. whin In livuarliof nlory Thou ilickit the lard, we far apart fliottld .land. Thou tti by iicp hart leirr.t our hlittr lory) How I hit,' at tlmri, we wot of nothing Mve The Kller.ee of one Rrave. Marie llayr.r. In ChiimWri' Journal, THE ASC...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 18 July 1902

tr, - . . A id 1 v W' ft. fife- THE TRIBUNE. PubllHliocl lSvory Friday IIY THE TKIBUNE PRINTINO CO.. A. I). Kkadm:, Managing Editor. Si. oo 6oc .lc Subscription In Advance THIIMSI Ono Copy, One Year " Six Months . ' " 'Ihrco Month I'hnno oft. Xullrs will tip ent iiilitcrllii-n licn llilr llinrriln nilltirjr wlllliiXMIJ ton new iMr ml.nrrlpllon Umrr. Kiitrrnl t Urn i.u.l-offlic it Montgoiiitnr City kiiiiiIpU mull inatttr. Triihy ' July IB, - 1002. A nnouncomcnis. Thomas District. Tho farmers havo all finished cut-1 tending tho Institute at Mlddletown ting their onts. ! this week. Ira Davidson Is at work In tho Chelsea and Maud Leo Windsor e .1 .1,1. l,llv arn nt. I VlMmMW&VWSvv.------- UUIblBI ..I.O entertained a few of their friends In honor of tho formers birthday, Tuesday evening. Misses Julia and Mabel Chctam of OHIam aro visiting their grnnd- II. Palmer hay harvest on tho Vandnllnpralr In this week. Mcsdames M. Y. Kirks and Mary Morning wcro visiting at D. M. May's last Wedn...

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. — 18 July 1902

THE TRIBUNE. Friday, July 18, 190a. Rhlnoland. Born to tho wlfo of Gcrd Groto well, Jr. lust Thursday, a 13 lb. (girl. Tho Misses bin and HuldaMuehl loft tho llrt of tho week for Den Tcr, Colo., whero they Intend to 1 -spend their vacation. Dr. Nolko of Holatcln spent ft fow hours between trains hero "Thursday. Tho excursion up tho Gasconndo was n success nnd a Inrirer crowd wss present thou nt nny provlouH occasion. Jus. Olll, one of Montgomery'; foremost musicians, spent a fow hours In our burg Frldny. llcrm Nelson hns sold his farm consisting of 320 acres to (lord Ovurkamp for tho sum of &X00. Mr Nelson nnd fnmlly will proba bly move to Cliiirlton county. Chris Slier.) hns purchased (lord Ovcrknm p's farm of Si) acres pay lngfor titmo.8Il!U0. Gcrd KriiHo, Ilry Montilg nnd wife, llerm Nelson mid on Oerd loft Wednesday for Glntcow, Mo., whero they go to visit friends nnd at tho nunc time look for new lo cations. l.lttlo A 1 111 a .Schubert of Herman la tho guest of grnndmn llln...

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

. .. i iii i i niiifciii - nil,. .iirtrir ainiliiiiHii liliifilllilf" TijftTlHlin t-"" - 'tiiiyiniywti; , ...4-yTriy'siiyji I Terrific Explosion In the CambrU Steel Co.'s Mine at Jobni town, Pa. SEVERAL HUNDRED MINERS ENTOMBED. Usrnle KITiirls Maria lo llrarh Ilia I Irtlms- Tlm IVw aurvlvnrs MImi KsraiMsl I'rnm Hi Mln ll,rlt,e the 'itndlllnn a rrlMriil.l iunbrtr Mlrasaluns l- Johnstown, l'n., .Inly 10. .lolirin toivn linn nRnln hern vlslli-d liy um all' palling disaster, only less frllitful limn the ntvful I'lilnmlly i( Mny 31, JHHJ, rt of life. A lerrllilc ex- plosion took place fit tin- Cnmhrla HUH Co. rolling mill mine itmlcr Mfstinntil Mil flil tifternnun, nnd limv many am dend ll may tnke set crnl d.ijH lo fully determine. That It In n long nml shiicklni; lint lit certain, nml It inuy mull two hundred or morn turn. Alioiit six hundred turn were nt vvnrl; when tliv explosion occurred. II Him nearly mi hour nflcr tho ex plosion before nny Rcucm! kmm ledge of whiil hml hnppeiicd t...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 18 July 1902

"'I Mil I II I , i.iSW.Ifc. AS TO SWEET POTATOES. u Itcllioil iif CtillltnllriK lir Wlilrli Tbs Can He Italsnl as dimply aa IrlaU TKbrri. I mndr n rtitgc from ft to 18 Indira High, united then till It rnlnril, after wiilch I wndrd to injr anklet In mud and 'lunelinl hole with n slmrp stick aliici; the top ii( the rltlitr, nhout il.i Im-livs iipnrl, then stuck the plant ilcun ami pri-mrd the mud nlimit tliem. 1 did It liccimse I snw uthrrs do it! thousands are lining It jet. Don't make n ridge unti-ss ymi wnnl string' Initead iif short, thick potatoes. It I time and labor mine than thrown I way. When the ground It well pulverized Fit. 1 i .t.iV,'"diiiiliIeplownnd mark !T the k rim nil Into rnvVlflciulii'il' rWfjn two or three Inches high, In which I plnnt. Tills krrpa the dirt from covrrlnir the plants In ciiltltn tlon, and n higher ridge than thti li unr.rrrstary. llmi't plant In the mud. Don't water when planting. It duel more harm than pm-il and Is a ns te iif time and liilmr. Ilr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 18 July 1902

THE TRIBUNE. I Prlday, July 1 8, 1901. Truxton l'lenlc July 20. Miss Hose Sliow ImH been nick HiIh week. Excursion to St. Louis Saturday nnil Sunday. Hen Mnuptii of f'7no Knot loft Hundny night for town. V. V. Woriey was In St. Louis Wednesday Inlying goods. Turnip seed nt M. II. IluitliounilH. U. T. Minis attended Quarterly meeting nt Union Chapel .Sunday. Mrs. Kail Fuller and Miss lidim Wilson spent Sundny nt Witrren ton. Truxton I'lciilt; July l. Mrs. M. V. Shnrp spent 11 few claj'M with relatives nt Mexico this week. Itobl. Wilson" and" Alfred Duffy arrived honiu from St. Louis Mon day night. J. J. Adams and (laughter, Miss Krele, npent n few days In Olney Inil week. Miss Icy Doimell of Ucllllowcr npent a few days with friends here last week. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hem felilt Tuesday July H, ji daughter a July Hollo. Chns. Wnlz of Hie Spring was trausiirttng business In tills city Wednesday. Mrs. I. limine! 41ml Iva Ilonm-l :niuniipfrix.St. Louis "Wednesday to visit lelati, e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 25 July 1902

NO. 44. j MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 10 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JULY 1902. Death ol John Mason. John W. Mason, Jr., wns born near Prices Branch, Montgomery county, Mo., March 3rd, 1881 and died July 17th, 1002. Ho was the oldest living son of John V. and Jnnlc Mn?on. Ho -was converted and beenmo a mem bcr ol tho Missionary Baptist church at Zlon In November 1001, and hod lived true to his profession with christian faith until his death. His last Illness was only of a few days duration, during which tlmo ho gnvo his parents and friends ov cry assuranea thntho wasprcparcd to meet death, and If his maker so willed, ho was ready to go. It Is Indeed sad that ono so young and full of hopo should bo taken away from parents and friends) yet It Is truo that tho last word written nt tho close of tho history of every llfo Is "Death." Here It Is that bickerings censo; strife, envying and jealousies vanish; dogmns, differences and creeds fado away, and as tho earth recedes, and tho stor...

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

f I Ir . V jmnifrf-l-HKmOtoal.MHt'htHiWi.iftj in iiiMffw Mi.shii TiniiiJBW.BWW 1,, TILE TRIBUNE. I'lll.llslir.l 1' Tin: tiiiiii'm: piiintinii ci. A. I. IIIlAlll.ln )Knali' lilHnr. MONTdOMIlllY. i l MlFSOUIII. Venciteln U enjoying rartbiua1a lioclM between I ml lies. P.trln report n temperature nf JOI degree. In n Preach Ihcrinnmolrr thin must lie I'lnlo to (lie bolting Jinlnt. Von enn't itiiiko ii Washington out n( Aguliinl.ln ntiy mure tlmii .vnit can innki- ti gentleman 'it of Ur. Mil ry Wnlkcr. Tl.p London Spectator mils flon, llt vhi'iic-r "a grcnt lmnTlnl asset," nml I In- Inference In Unit Hullcr anil Mi'lliiun lint be liabilities. Hen. Anderson nml Ailinlrnl Detvcy tin tint agree III regard to tin lmltlft if Mn ill In liny. In thin respect, Imtv rrr, they lire not different from liny cjiIiit Imo men. President llnnsctclt denies Hip story ruit from Oyster Itny llml Mm son Inn thrown lilni In 11 wrestling limit. It In up In young Archie In trll liU hie uf Hip nlnry. Severe test...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 25 July 1902

to-s.-.A ... "iwiJal i i i . . , I 4? I ? I v I THBTBIBUNE. i-iiiitlViirii in TIIK TIIIIIllSK. I'lllNTINO CO. A. Ik Kn.llH.K, MmmKlntr IMIor. jiont(!omi:i:y. MiH.sonii. PLIGHT OF A CUSTOM OFFICER. About 15 yi nrs ago 1 wn deputy collector of custom in one of the rhore district ill .Maine. Four ship yard liiv in inv torritorv, nml ut net- ing Mtrveyor 1 wn obliged to'mciis- most double. tiiPftJ tiring, win a f pace about 30 feet wide, 1 1 foot from bulkhead tnculiitt, mill ;1 fu t 10 inches high, rj'liu iron v.nlci-tuiikr were placid, n nc nn each ride or the caliin, rutting nil all lomiminicatlnu with tlio lazaret to. Henri' tin- onlv i'xit wn tlirotih the hatch. In the comer near hy win ti pile of L'liiH and block, reach ing nlinnst- to the deck-lieiiint. I wa glad when t lie lat measure- ment wa taken, fur the rrompcil pair between deck made it ncco snry for mo l menu about bent ul- lire any vessel that might bu liuilt there. This might seem to be a very brief and Minnie task: the...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 25 July 1902

t' s ir 8 .' THE TRIBUNE. PuIjIInIiocI rSvory T'rldtiy. HY THE TRIHUNE PRINTING CO.. A. II. KlUDI.K, Mnnnging Editor. Subscription In Advance TJ'.llMH: One Copy, One Vcnr . .. . $1.00 ' " SI Months 6oc " Three Mentha .ijc I'llnllO t)l. Xiillcp will l' cnl tulistrllicra nlirn tliflr tliiirrxplrra mlthry will l mimIhI torrns w tlitlr nlirrlilii alone. DiiUTel at llii iil-inro al Jlnnliconuty "Itr " nc(in.rh. null mallrr. "Friday - July 25, - 1902. a.uu K.vrus. Tim TltliiUNi: mnl Seml-weokly Globe-I)i'iinuT:it one year, 81,75. Tim Tlillif.Ni: n ml Colcninri's Itiirnl Word, ono year, &l.fHI, Tiki TrtiiirNttniid Missouri Statu Ilcpuhllcau one ycnrSI.M). Tim Tnuit'Ni:, Scml-wcckly CllolM) Dciiineriit, ColcmniiH Hiirnl World, oiicyi'iir S'.'.'JTi. Tin- Titllit'Nn, Missouri Stub) He-tiublk-un, Colpninii'M Hnrnl World mil! year yJJn) A nnounccmcnts. For Slwrltt, Wo nrc nntliorf.cil to announce (iko. iiuthkl ns ft cnudldtito (or KhcrUT, subject to tlui Itcpuhllcmi nominating con vention ....

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. — 25 July 1902

THE TRIBUNE. Friday, July as, Ipoa. Gamma, Dr. Elklns wns' in Mlddlctown 'Tuesday, Hoy Ucrger who has been sick lor the past two or thrco months Is not any bolter, A number from hero nttended tho Tcmpornnco meeting at tho Chapel Sunday nftcrnoon. A good program was rendered. John Shrader and wlfo of near Olncy vlslled tho loiters parents nenr IlruHh Creek Saturday and .Sunday. , . Miss VIclo,Logan returned Mon day from a sovcrnl weeks visit In Montgomery City. Several from hero attended tho Ico cream supper at Win. Hrown's on Wesl l'r.ilrlu Wednesday ovo Juduo Klklns of Montgomery City visited his ton, Dr. Hlkln and family Friday and Salurdny. Messrs McCoy nnd Moss of Vandaltn wero hero on business Thursday. l'ralrla Flower school clones Tuesday. Wallaeo Woldan was In Middle town Wednesday. C. L. Deck wns In Montgomery Monday on bulnecs. Jns. Kodgors delivered 50 head of hogs In Montgomery last week' which nvor.iged 203 lbs. for which ho received S7.37 1-2 per cwt. II. I). Holey was...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 25 July 1902

"c' rr. - -a; Jill" DEATH 01' JOHN W. MACKAY aAinrrlrau 31llllnnlrf Hurramlrd U ltrl J'siUur rIInwlns Ilntl I'rnttrnlliiii. 13.. 11 ft I' Bf,. 1 Serious Conditions Along the Upper Mississippi Caused by High Water. MOST COSTLY IN THE RIVER'S HISTORY. An li.llmilcl !, of Sit Million of Dol lar., tt Ith Half a Jlurli More Inn Habit JJtrti If Tliere I n I'urlher Aointenta Hun uf lli Supply of I'lood lA'atel Vnim Above, Keokuk, la., .Inly SO. Kxplnratlnn nf I he llnuilril districts (if the Missis sippi rltcr from Keokuk south shows mudlllou beyond the appreciation nr rrnllrnlSnii of liny lint pcnplo nf long experience tlio Father of Water I11 IU innl destriiotlto mood. Tlie situation l growing wiimo hourly, mid n grrnl cnplloirrnlluti In 11 Krrnt clly would tint lie more rnpMly ilcstrortlin nf tnlurs than tho snlitlipsls n Ininilrcd miles below Keokuk, Tlirra Is ubsolutely not the lightest cliiint'O of stopping tliU lincu-tlmcs most co-lily llnud In I lie history nf thu great river uboto...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 25 July 1902

VALUE OF COW PEAS. K Cmu Tlinl MnLr Poor Land So I'rrlllc Thai It AllrrtTaril (loud llutiaish fur AitrlulliHT. Wo hn ulinwn jilrturtm of Hie cril nml (lie little mvkmi platttH. now, hi the cut tin Itlvn I fjlvcli of tlic full-ilccl nlniitt The ny the roi Rru hen the ronilltion ore rlu'it I ciioiikIi tn iimke n Incy limn get lip nml brnt the tlut nut of lit own rlutlir. We tlo not nil ngree a to the bent plnn to follow ltli rim pra, nil the follow In;; note from .1. II. llnle will rhotvs "I rrail nltli Interctt ctcrjtlilni joh print about the cow pen, nml you ore alt right to freil It on poor land, hut I'tfltFKCT cowpi:a vinkh. when lou my 'no one tliontil think ol aiming cow pra on (footl mil' you nro 'nay wny nlT. Tliey nn worth wnnv time their coit in tup wn Ihry Imprme thr mccliiinlcnl romll lion n I In- Mill, nml I Inn o uriiiiuii n'l'li much of our ifootl liuiil In the i-jtt that nrn not tiimi'wliiit Im protcil by tlje oililltli.li of n little nitrogen. I miw cow penn on eiery ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 25 July 1902

THE TRIBUNE. Friday, July 35, 1903. Truxton plcnln to-morrow. It. II. llallcy tc Co. bcII farms. I'hlllp Miller was hero Monday. A. I). Lnll of St. I.onln spent Sundny with hlii wlfo nt this plnco. C. C. Crump left Saturday for a weeks visit lit Areola, III. Ml Althn Yntos of Auxvnsso was In tills city Tuesday. Wm, Wnld shipped ft car load pf Iiokh Tumdiiy nliht. Miss Mnyme Dyson spent Sot urdny nnd Sundny In Ht. I.oul. Geo. Jones nnd Miss Helen lin ker attended church here Sundny nlcnt. Mian llurthn Wilson nt Now Florence spent Sundny hero (ho Kucet of rclatlveD. Miss I.lzzlo Cnllnwny enmo homo from St. I.ouls Sundny to visit homo folks. Mrs. KUer Wilson of New Flor enen spent Wednesday with rela tives nnd friends nt this plnco. Misses Vlrijlo nnd Clnrn Ilcnsou of Amcrlcus wcro vlsltlni; the Misses Nunnclly this week. Miss Annlo Clinpmnn nnd bro thcr of Itrndsvlllo wcro visiting friends nt this plnco Tuesday. Mrs. Kllon SIsk cmno down from Wellsvllle Wednestlny to seo her mother Mr...

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

Wlrdir-iiT"-' OKJi MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 10 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1902. NO. AS. ) J CONVENTION. Pursuant to coll of tho county central committee tho Republicans ol Montgomery county met In delegated convention In thl. city at tho Court Huuso Monday July 28, and with D. W. Major chair man And It. S.. Paul secretary, nominated the following ticket: For Kcprccntatlvc, D. S. linker, of Amcrlcus; Recorder, Leslie Kills, of Wcllsvlllo; Sheriff, Frank Wells, of Jonesburg: Prosecuting Attorney, A. w. Laffcrty, of Montgomery j County Clerk, John J. Sleight, of Montgomery, Cir cuit Clerk, Everett IJarton, of Mlncoln; Presiding Judge, Fred Llchtc, of Dig Spring; Public Ad ministrator, Jesso McQulc, of Wcllf vlllcj Judgo of County Court First District, Ben Olllllanc; se cond District, II. C. Ilauer. Tho following Is tho voto on the dlflcrent .candidates whero thcro wcro moro than one, for tho office: Recorder Leslie Ellis IS, Dan Orcminu 35, Dr. McDugal II. Sheriff Fra...

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

THE TRIBUNE. Publlnhod ICvory Kr'lUny. IlY- THR THIIJUNIJ IMMNTINCI CO.. A. II. Kiiadi.i:, Managing Editor. Uubacrlntlon In Advance. TIIHMH! One Copy, Olio Year $1.00 " " SU .Month doe " " 'llirco .Munth ,ijc I'liono Notion ti til l' rnl Mili.crllitr. nlirn Idf lr llinrrxplrnt aiidtlx-y u III lie cxprcteil iDliiirw llwlr tiili.i rlilim nloncc Knlcroi tt ilir hiIxII1cp hi .Monlxniiitrir Oily a4 ftimitdclj. it null miller. Frithy August, I 1902. Cl.lM IM'l l:S. Tim TuiiU'Ki: iiml Kernl-wcekly Olnhc-Democrat in year, 81.711. Tim 'I'llllil'NK unit Coleman's Kiiml Wi.nl, onoycnr, SI.WJ. Tiiu Tllllll'.NCfind Missouri State ItepuMlenu nun yeurHI.&O. Till" TlllllUNi:, Semi-weekly (Hobo Democrat, CoIciimiim ltiir.il World, imp year $2.2.1. Tim Tiiiih'nk. MNsoiirl Stale Ito puhllcnu, Coleman's Kiirnl World oim.vimrss'iw Itlil'UISI.ICAN STAI IJ I ICKI5T Tor Siin rlniMiiIf-iii .if Srlnnl .i.e. win 1 1; 'nr lltltnu'l I oinitiiMloiirr (luu ti-rin)- iv.s. cisani: I'ur l.'alliiul ('uiniiil.toii...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 August 1902

Friday, - August I. iooj. THE TRIBUNE. ! x AT THE Gamma. Mrs. Herman MoDonnld of Mld dtctown visited her brother, Dr. ICIklns nnd family last week. Gcorgu nnd Sum Looker wero In Montgomery City Thursday. , John Vernattl delivered sheep In Montgomery Tuesday. Miss Ivy Utlerback of Gnzctto visited Joo Cuhmnti nnd fnmlly Monday nnd Tuesday. KIton Hooker wns In Montgom ery City Thnrsdny. Snm Marling of Ellsbrry visited friend- horn Saturday nnd Snndny. Willie Lotton of Now Floreneo visited Ijomi'fnlkH Snturdny nnd Sunday. A unrulier from horn attended the picnic nt Truxton Snturdny. Miss Canute Dameron, who hns been visiting rclutltcs nt Clarks-villi- and In Lincoln rounly, rc turnod homo Snlurday. Hoy Heek nnd ulster, Miss Cns ele, visited friends near (lazr-lte Tuesday and Wednesday. Archie Dnmcrou and wife of CInrlcK lllu are viltlugtlio former' mint, .Mr.-. Ileltlo Logan nnd fnml ly nenr Wtilnul drove. Win. Ilrown nnd family of Mar ling visited relatives herd Saturday nnd .Sunday. A...

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. — 1 August 1902

Results of the Examination by Dr. T. A. Jaggar, of Harvard, of Petee and Soufrlere. AN EXTRAORDINARY SIMILARITY EXISTS, 1'lie rrttilnrta nf llntli Vnlraawea Atr flir Namel llittht'linraelerlaeal lr Ihe Aliaenee cif Lata anil llulli Dlil Tliel- lVrk .if llealruelloa In Ihr ftMitif War. Speelul (,'urrrniiilenec. l'nrt I If l'miiec, lalituil uf .Murlln liiic, Mnnilu), .Inly 7. Dr. T. A. .lag gar, nf I In mi rt I unlirralty, rrprr frilling llic L'nlteil Stale genlnglenl mrify In the U'eat Imllea, nrrlteil fur (lie arcoiiit lime ill I'nrl l)e I Voiu-t mi iIiimii I!l iiikI baa alnee tla-iti-il Mnnl IVIri- liUrr. Mi- Iiuk nl"! in. nil- exeuraliina I" tin1 Miiillirrti ciul nf .Miirlliiliii', ninl Id IIii' warm irlng of tin- Interior nf the 1. limit. III. Juggar clinic illnrlly front SU Vincent. An l!ilrrtiirilliinr aliullnrlti'. An a rcault nf rereiit cuiiiiluiitlnna uf Ihr crater of .Mnnt I'clee ninl ex iliriilluiia nf tin' truck nf I lit ill" tiialatlng blaat which ilwlrnyril St. Tii-rri'...

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