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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 August 1902

WASTE WATER UTILIZED. A Sialeltt of I'mnp llralnnite Tlial Will I'roae tlulte gmialaetarr In Mail Loeallllea. A mrtliiHl of euniliictlng the nnets twiler from a pump tti n trough In the cellar miller kitchen of ar fnrniliDimc y In slniwn liy the scctlnnal Sketch. The f trough In lined for linMIng crocks of ml Ik, Inittcr, ur in Yactati)' like articles it In iteslrril to keep cool anil frisli b.v mean nf the cnlil vnlcr that runstu triiiiRh nfter pitmpliip. In the case llliiatratcil, flip ucll In Hlmiit II feet from the liouae, nml nn open porch nine fret wMc cxtemlt from house to pump plntform. Under the end of a broad cutiiluctor on plat- MOW TO t'Bi: WABTB WATUIU form( uhlrh catches the ilrjp from tpnut of pump, u small triiiiuMi la o. ruled. Thin trough In iirule from u pliH-e of aiiimrcit tlmlier clilaclcil out Jitillmv altd UoIhiiiI UxSvr. Inches out lite ami iMl'jXl't Inches Inside nrasurci'icnt. .Mi linn plie, ouo Ineh in illiiinetcr, riili from the small trough to the large ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 August 1902

THE TRIBUNE. Friday, - August l, lyoj. Advertise with 11 n. Weeds need cutting. Olvo us your Job work. Old Settlers to-morrow. I'nlronlzo our advertisers. An nd Is tho bent salesman. Street fair, OcT.T,ll, .'1 and I. Now Florence plcnlo to-morrow. Martin Illdgoway In on thu sick list this week. arrived home Sun- Kl. Company V day morning. Hugh Marker enmc up from Louis Sundny. Dr. Ilrltt of Fulton was calling on friends hern Sunday. Jell Cunningham spent Wednes day In Mnrtlnsburg. I.yman Hood of Williamsburg was In town Wednesday. Preston Hatched of Now Flor ence was hero Wednesday. 8. M. Shields of this placo left for St. Louis Saturday nltcrnoon. Charley Iliirton of Danvlllo Is transuding business hero this week. Mrs. J. 0. Klscuburg of Warren ton Is tin) guest of Mrs, Frank llayden. Willis Farrnnd of Scdalla was the guest of friends In this city Tucsdny. Miss draco Hudson of Warren ton Is visiting her cousin, Miss Nellie Hudson. J. Y. Parsons of Wcllsvlllo was on our streets Mond...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 2 January 1903

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 11 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY , JANUARY 2, 1903. NO. 15. Mm. At Joggers Is visiting In Mexico this vrcok. P. 0. Mosley of Amerlcus spent a few day hero last week. Robert Northcutof Prices Drnnch was In town Wednesday. Cllftonl'cnVofSt. Louis la visit ing his parents at this place. Miss Lyda Ilupn of near town was hero Saturday trading. Ed Pevetcr and mother aro the guests of rolatlves at Ashcrvlllo, Mo. Miss Kosa Best went down to St. Louis Tuesday for a fow dnys visit. Simeon Slslc ol High Hill was transacting business hero Wodncs Way. . Miss Lcttlo Wyllo Is In Louisiana visiting her slitor Mrs. Mattto Krobs. Hughes Muupln and wlfo return ed Tuesday from a visit to Aux vasso. Mrs. Frank Stanhordt returned Tuesday from sevcial days visit to St. Louis. Mlts May Turner returned Tuo dov from a fow days visit to Wrlfcht City. L. M. Holder returned Wednes day from a weeks visit to his parents at Truxton. Miss Msry Duntord returnod Wednesday from a for days...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 2 January 1903

0:: THE TRIBUNE. i'nhllsl.ril lir Till: TIlllllINK rillNTINCI CO. A. Ik KBAIll.li. Mnln IMIlor. MOXTOOMKKY. t 1 MISSOUIll. The wireless telegraph hua spanned a distance of SflOU mllca. Aa thin acl nice Improve nnd Instruments be romp more sensitive, some lnnrvcloui remits may Iw achieved. A Kalians mnii put oil lilt wedding bcrnuso lio could not And n home to nult Mm. X'ovy he l being mini for n lirrncli of promise. I'crhapa It would lima been lets expentho to be lulled (linn to be sued. A high court Iiiiii derided tliat It la unlawful to Kite liquor nvvny without llcrniic. It la to be hoped thla de rision will brcnlf up the treating hub II. for inoro liquor la glim nwuy through Hint means llmu any oilier. Iludjnrd Kipling's savuge assault on fimniiny, In his Intcat oeni, ahowa tlmt t lint InlU nbout forming a Tutted titntca to light llio United State of Aliirrlcn, I he nation presided out by Tliroilnro Knnsciclt, la Mono Ihun an (rrldcsccnl il renin, Tlie trndo of tlic'Unltcil Stnt...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 2 January 1903

1 ' c f I I As9 A, HEW "VEABl, MARY.E.WILKINJ ' Y brother Lemuel mar ried Mehltnblo I'lerce when he waa quite along In )cara. Nobody thought c-mLB lieu vtiir hvi imiini-u tin nil. nnv innre'n tnr brother lleubcn oml Sllat. The three had lit cit together und kept bachclura' hull ctcr alncc our mother died. I wn married and way from home long before he lied. I didn't know how they nuuld get along nt lint, but ill of the boy bnd been uted to fcclpln' ma n good deal, ami they itcrc real handy, and when I naked If they wasn't goln' to hove a houte keeper, they wouldn't hear to It. They aald they wasn't goln' to have mi strange, tuimnti round In ma' (ilace, nohow. Kn Klla he took hohl ind did the waahln' nnd Ironln', and Itciibcn did the awccpln', nnd Lemuel, So wnn the youngest, next to me. lid the cookln-. He could cook n tun-. ncr equal to any unman, ami bin plea . ( had to glto In they did. Well, they teemed to gel on o olee, nnd none of 'em bad ever teem d to think much about the gir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 2 January 1903

JLiM we ft THE TRIBUNE. Publlnliod KJvory Fridny. IiV TUB TKIUUNE PRINTINd CO.. A. 1). Kiiadi.k, Mnnnglng Editor. Subscription In Advanoe. One Copy, One Year .. $1.00 I'lione t)t. Friday, January 2. 1003. Amorlcus. j John Zwclcl and Karl Bibb the two prominent blacksmiths of New Florence, spent the holidays with homo folks at thin place. Miss Vlrglo Ulbb visited In St. Charles and Mexico, M. during thu holidays. Tho danco given by Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hush Thursday night was 1 well attended and all bad an enjoy- nblo time. Miss Berth Stuart visited friends nnd relatives In Big Spring Inst week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bosse of St. I.ouls visited relatives In town during tho holidays. Messrs Joe nnd Lorcn Gregory of Ithlnulnnd visited friends at this place Inst week Tho Christmas tree nnd Oyster Supper given at tho school house Wednesday night wns a success. City papers remarks, after serine Carl Clarko returned Saturday the ottrnellnus at ono of thn play-iafter n visit with relatives in St. hou...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 2 January 1903

THE TRIBUNE. Friday, January a, 1903. Egbort Wo had a lino Xmas tree. Miss Gnlllo Hntchcr presided at the or gan and rendered fluo music. Sovcral little girls recited. Our school teacher, O. T. Black more, Is on tlio sick Hit and his Locust Grove Mr. Wchrman's horses ran away last Friday and ran orcr a barbed wire tenco seven wires high. They did very little damages and es caped with a few scratches. Prank Stanhardt gave tho young folks a danco Monday night. Jesso Ovorstrcct and wife of St. J Louts aro visiting relatives In this vicinity. John McQold and Adolph I'cep errcturded to their homes In St. . .1 I- nn film aithiim VM1I1U nun 11 tu b.v ....... - ------ - - - - - - - - O. II. DIsmukcs and daughter L0"'8 Monday, after a weeks visit Fnnnlo havo gone visit his brother. Lymnn and Olllo Gregory have' Rone to St. Louis to spend Xmas I with their sister, Mrs. Carrcll. Lawson Nunnolly's horso ran In to Illinois to 1 ln this neighborhood Mrs. Delia Oliver visited at X. C. I Strain's S...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 2 January 1903

1 i, ftn-irrtr,tJnaMyr tr ..--rjt.urn ML 2 (i (I Am Irlih lletrlaevatftr. An If iih wnmin wa lookfnz at irir ri Ion In a liouerurnii)iingalorconievtrrl(t ata, After caaminiiig fnlo tlie merits abi mutlilira of a number n llivin, the -ur-rntrerl the one tti the aaleiman a.tireJ lir v-ouM keep food the heat. Home cyfl allrrtrartl the woman ralleil and resetted itiem lo take that rrfriteralnr hark, aa It would not kerp anthlng In-lter than tlit ktirhen tafe of the rellar. The talesman mildly auirgrateil that ioiMy he had not nut enough Ire In it to keep the tiling told. "Knouiti lie In it! Why, )o ate erar, mon. I don't wit any lie In II. Anttlilng will tern rold If yon put Ire in It. I bought tf-e refrigerator an that I ttnntdn't tired tbi ire."- I'mUrfelpMa I'nliiie ledger, fnatlnela t.f a Ureal .nine( 'the ll..iite Imlnn, have iiivrled H.OOO lOlin the ttale bank and own l,.V,tiWBeiea nf hnd. Kadi lirave. inuaw and MtHioe tn the IritR toa-e,te land to the value of H.UII, end the intc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 2 January 1903

A FINE COUNTRY. Kraltlenl of Uliln in-,, Western Csa. ad la an tdral Ijin.l (or farm ers and llntirlters. A delegate from Ohio to Western Canada soyst 'Tho wholo of West ern Canada teemed to me to be a ery fine country, but 1 spent most if my time about thirty miles cast of Lacombe, In Alberta, near what Is popularly known ns the coal banks on the lied Deer litter, ani I am lery pleased to report that the coun try appears tn be crerythlng that tho Agent of tho Canadian (internment lniic claimed for It. (iced vratcr con be obtained almost anywhere from IT to 40 feet, and fed generally by tprlngs. The natural hay and grasa Mere magnlllecnt In their growth and wild pea tines lery heavy. I met jilnM nt (t frtnttil . 1,. .titti.il 1 1,. p. ecn years ago and two brother lm bad absolutely nothing nn their nrrhnl scicii years before now mm two and a half sections of land nnd Hi bead of cattle. They told me that they did tint feed their stock nil win ter, In fact, netcr saw them again until ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 2 January 1903

THE TRIBUNE. Friday, January a, 1003. Lout spent Julian McClenry spent the holl days here. V. II. M. Cook Sundnyed In Wclli-vlllc. Irvn Davis of St. Louis spont Sunday hero. l.oo. Vogt o( Kt. Louis spont Sunday here. Dr. Field of St, Sunday hero. Karl Hubbard of St. I.ouU spont Sunday hero. I.uolnn Maxuy of St. .Louis wan hero last Friday. Fred licnker of High Hill hero Inst Thursday. Geo. Nelson "pent Hoveral days In bt. Louis Inst week. Mrs. Nnnnlo Cox spent last Thuraday In WcIIhvIIIc. Mr; and Mm. ;. W. Norrls of St. Louis spent Sunday here. Jossln Ovcrstreet and wife of St. Louis spent Sunday hero. MIhh Fox of IteadHvlllo Is tho Knout of Miss Mlnnlo Crano. Misses Mottle and Flora linker Hpent tho holldnys In Jonoshurg. Hov. Slpplo nud family of HunU vlllo, Mo. Hpent several dnys hero IIiIh week. Miss Huslo I'eiuberton of Nuw Florence) vlalted our city Inst Thursday. Virgil Harmon of near Jones burg Ih visiting friends In Knnsns thin week. Miss Oertrudu Fisher will teach school I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 9 January 1903

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 11 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY , JANUARY 9, 1903. NO. 16. II. V. Sharp of Mexico wns hero Tucsdoy. Dr. Hudson wns In Wcllavlllc t , wcuncsuny. f John C'olTmnn of High Hill was here Tuesday. Minn Daisy Hookwood visited nt Joncsburg last Sunday. Chns. Wndo and wife were visit ing nt Now Vlorcnee Sunday. J. II. McClcnry and wli'o visited Tolntlvcs In Now Florence Tues day. L. I), and Foster Mudd of near llcllllowor wcro In town W"",c day. T. PctcnTof WMlnmsburg re turned Tuesday from nbuilnestrlp to St. Louis. Miss Heulnh Henlloy returned Tuesday from n vllt to relative near Wcllsvlllo. Misses Cnrolle and Virglo Seo returned Sunday from n weeks visit nt Wnrrenton. PORK FOOI) DECISION. A Schnoll and son Hoy wero In U. S. Supreme Court Dismissed Whit- Hhlnclnnd last Weddoaday. ney Lay ton's Writ of Urror. James Ilothol inndo a business A dispatch" from Washington trlP to Hhlncland Wednesday, says that tho United Stntcs Su- Percy Ollletto spent Sunday nt prc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 9 January 1903

-' . v r i rr 1" - i iiiniTiinlirrF rHnHLlOlO IU DU011.LUO. THE TRIBUNE. I'nlillili'il '". T1IK THIIIIINK I'lllNNNfl CO. ilONTOOMTIlY. I ' I8S0UIU. There urn really only BD.nOO.0Ofl pe.rple In tlm United Htntcs, liut Ihei lagan to look like S00,000,000 to tier many and Knglnnd when tliey turned llirlr Indignant faces toward .en sueta. Tim mint remarkable year In tin business history of the country has 'Just closed. The new year may sur pass It. We Ktinll, however, be thank ful If the record 01 inn oiu year cui be equaled by that of the new. Sweden and Norway have Jointly l.nllt n railroad reaching 130 miles Into the Arctic circle. The object It to tap and utlllie an Immense ileim.lt fit Iran ore. .Mineral lichen In the north aro helping to solve the point problem. Klnco girls hare) generally rrail the rnllrnnh-UtiJJui.Mllwni'l"'" R-"1 ","J .von enn bnnkk nnVccclvfiig-iMmlf. ate nttciitlnn. 'Jim Indiana Inventor who an. ninnices Hint he has discovered n new fuel by rutiirnllng mud Wi...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 9 January 1903

V ! A REVIEW OF 1902 TIiim,J,1i Ioninnt maneainn la Ail Impart menu of h V orld riC COAL STRIKE John Mitchell, M.ir.H Hard coal miners begin conven tlon at Snamokln, Pa., to force recognl lion of union. Mar v unite a aunt workers executes committee order! biff strike tnvoh In UlMi men In anthracite coat re IS St V t k beglm, closing 267 collieries In Pa. anthracite ntd. . . Jim. 22 President Mitchell Imudi public appeal (or arbitration, , Jul. s American Federation ol Ia bor otter financial aid in miners at long as strike laitt. . Aug. 4 titate mint Inspector for Bfcn nudosh (l'a.) district finds a coll erltt flooded. nt. i.ivm. tiAAvli tnvltea enratnrt and Pres. Mltchvlt to dlscusa at the white house meant of cMultne strike. 3 At white house conference Mitchell a orrer to accept arbitration iy . r Iffui.ti 1.11 lit rtnrmlnri. Khn dti nunJ troopa to enal.lt reopening of mines. ... I. Miner vote to continue strike until cnnccations it re granicti. . Detroit conference recommends extr...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 9 January 1903

1 MOOT. i , P? ' THE fjf. !OTt.'8iWH' r""'T j ' xte IMaawwag3iMeagMeegaiiJijVii--i-ui.aiiiaWti4 J .7 TRIBUNE. PubllHhod ISvory Friday. IIV TMH TRIHUNH I'KINTINQ CO.. A. I). Kl'adlr, MnnaRlng Editor. Bubeorlr.tlon In Advanoo. One Copy, One Year $1.00 Phone go. Friday, Janunry 9. 1003. Tho I.cl(nturo convened Jefferson City Wednesday. nt There will bo a call term of tlio County Court nt Montgomery next Monday Jan. 12. Tho slnto loglalnturo now In session enn chnnj,"' JclTerson City from ono of the 1no.1l corrupt to one of I lie puri'd t-npltols In tho country. Will they do UV He "DlWrtetr." ' Whllo a passenger on tho South branch of the Chicago & Alton tho other day, two well-dressed ardent lovcrs'ovldcntly a newly married , couple, enrouto to Fulton, amused the other passengers with their cooing. After a whllo tho fnl young bride leaned back In her chair and fell asleep. Iter com panion iook nuvamngo 01 mo inn , The Qreat Newspaper in niiccuumii unmunHiraiiuun, imu ( j World worn...

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. — 9 January 1903

THE TRIBUNE. I Friday, January 9, 1903. Cross Roads. A good many of tho larmcrg ushered In tho now year with a corn gathering. Oeorgo Maupln attended tho party at Frank Hill's Tuesday night. Carl Kuhr's hand Is Improving. School began hero again Thurs day. Job Mooro'a baby has been very 111 of pneumonia. Wm. Hoffman of ,I.ocut Orovo wag in this vicinity Thursday. 1 Alvcy nnd Lester Walker and. sisters, P. E. Kraft and Bisters nnd I "Win. Heading iipcnt Now Years ovo at Lindsay Maupln'n. Mrs. uora Knoiior nml son Graves of Montgomery City wcro -visiting relatives hero .the latter part of last week. Mrs. T. 1). Wood returned homo from an extendod visit to her Hon Den In Nob. ' Wesley Blinders nnd Fred Scuf delivered several hend of cattle in WolUvlllo Inst Wednesday. Claud Cahall wax In Montgom- j cry Saturday. ( Wm. and Milton Singleton visit ed at Oeorgo Walkers Sundny. MrH. Lulu Kstcs of nenr Montr gomory City visited homo folks hero Saturday and Sunday. II. A. Kraft wan In Montgom...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 9 January 1903

IV'.' HI iV it laaasSHasiS. il. n - The Greatest Thing in the Theatrical World J By NAT C. GOODWIN. Popularity! Oft got without deserving, ncvei lost without cause. What makes an actor popular 'Good art? I have known many actors who were artists from their soles to the apex of the longest hair upon their head, who never tasted the honey of popularity. Temperament ? There are actors fttlof it, who never head a company. Talent? The talented actor may have only 111 talent, anil if that is all he possesses he will never he popular, One of the most talented actors that this country ever produced never got to the hearts of his public, lie was respected and admired, but never loved. Do good loolis make an actor popular? They hate more to dc with his popularity than talent, but good looks alone never won bin; popularity. Gentlemanly instincts? Some of the most ill-conditioned nctor within and without, have been the most successful in fooling the pub lic into bestowing upon them its preferre...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 9 January 1903

IT ' f sum! i Li mmKOBm lift A prominent club woman, Mrs. Dan- forth, of St. Joseph, Mich., tells how she was cured of falling of the womb and its accompanying pains and misery by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. "Dkati Jin. PiNKiiAsu TJfo looks dark Indeed when a wmmn fee la that her Htrcnctli Li fading away ami bIio lin no hopes of over bcliif? restoa-il. .Such wis my focllnff a low months ago when 1 vrm advised, thnt my joor health Tens caused hy iirobpsiw or fiillliiir of tlio womb. Tho words Hounded liko n knell to me, 1 felt that my nun had Hit; liutliVdla 1 l'liikliiun'N VcKntiililo CoiiiHiund camo to mo as an elixir of llfa; it restored tho lost forces and built mo up until my jjood health returned to inc. Tor four montlis I took tho incdiclno dally and each doso added health nnd f trench. I nm so thankful for tho help I obtained through ltd me." ZUiu, Floucxce Da.nkoiitii, 1007 allies Ave., St. Joseph, Mich. A medlclno .hut linn restored tn ninnytromcii to liraltli nn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 9 January 1903

THE TRIBUNE ij911'11"1 Friday, January 9, tooj. . l'eto Whlto of St. Louis Hpcnt Sunday here. Mrs. 0. H.UrooUi ot St. I-ouls was hero Sunday. Will Oovcro spent n few days In Mobcrly this week. ,!. V Powell ol Auxvneso spent a few day hero last week. II. W. Johnson and son of Jones burg wcro here Saturday. Hugh Kvnns shipped a car load ol hogs to St. Lpuls Monday. T. J. Hunter Is at homo from St. Louis and In on tho kick list. Clias. Turner and Den Adams returned to St. Louis Friday. A. W. LalTerty transacted busi ness In Wcllsvlllu Saturdny. IM L. Brlgnm deputy recorder spent Sunday In Wcllsvllle. A. II. Lnll and James Mllllam ot St. Louis spent Sunday hero. Lesllu Mallerson left hero Mon day night for I'henlx Arizona. Mrs, James Wuhb returned to her homo hi St. l.ouls Saturday, Mrs. J, II. Doyle entertained tho Jluttcr Cup club last Friday niIit. Miss King ot wcllsvlllo was visiting hero, suvorul ilnys last week. W. M. Stotler of Mlddletown was visiting hero several days this week....

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 16 January 1903

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 11 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY , JANUARY 16, 1903. NO. 17. V Baking Powder Bill's Dream. Apropos of Stono and tho Bak ing Powder Trust tho following doggerel Ih going tho rounds of tho press entitled Baking Powder Bill's drenm. Thcro vrns alum In tho parlor, Thcro was alum In tho hall, There wns nlum on tho stairway, Thcro was alum on tho wall. Thcro was alum In tho butter, Thcro was alum In tho pan, Thcro was nlum In tho coffco pot, Thcro was alum In tho can. Thcro was alum In his nostrllo, Thcro wns alum In his eyes, Thcro was nlum In his 'kerchief. Thcro was nlum In his tics. Thcro wns nlum In his breeches, Thcru wns alum In the booze, Therawns nlum In his stockings, Thcro wns nlum In his shoes. Thcro was alum In his pockctbook, Thcro wns alum on his till, Thcro was alum on his papers, Thcro was alum on his bill. There was nlum on his shirt front, Thcro wns nlum In his hnlr, Thoro wns alum In his pockets, Thcro wns nlum overywhero. Thcro wns nlum In...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 16 January 1903

.. -. . . am Wi "fv.sn-fi',t;n.W"(V- ft A.' 1M . r THE TRIBUNE. ilillihrd hy tiik tiuiiiini: riiiNrixn ro. A. It KK.UH.I'.. Managing Kdllor. MONTOOM.TtY. I MIfSSOUIU. How nrprlnl the old circuit ildera would hum been could they have but dreamed Hat llio Methodists, In 1001, .would pass the lint for $:o,3l,v60 nd gel it. Death duties In Kngland form quite mn Important part of tlio revenues of that nation, tlio chancellor of the ey encoder liuvliiff collected ocr $M,00O,. wo from Hint source nlone Iml year, i ... i Crops In the I7)i I led States last year wrro a record hrrnkrr In corn, oats, rye, Imrlry, potaloca ami buckwheat, mid, nt tlm prices paid fanners, told for 12,557,000.000. Tilling the oll seems to lie a pretty good occupation. The crnr of ICimnln has perintttrd me luo ailments who were recently banished for rioting to come home, to remain If they will only lie Rood. Ill tlm fnce of further banishment, It la ninioil certain that thu boy will lie goou. .1. 1'. Morgnn linn gi...

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