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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 16 January 1903

THE TRIBUTE. Publish,! hr TIIK THIIIIIXK I'lltNTISO CO. A Ik HKAtU.K. lialn- IMItor. MONTGOMKUY. i i Missouri. f The Old Fireman's Story By JOHN H. RATTERY. IT wot nt the lire chief' conten tion, nntl tli crnuil of old gw alps liml huddled urer Into corner of the hotel mrlor to swnji jnrni. ''hey told new one about lire crmiVs In various cities nnu alHiut Huma 01 the famo'js llrc-guliig chnrncter of the eastern cities, uml then eld man Cumeron, who wns never emit of the Mississippi rltcr before, hut wlm can't licep any from (lira ami fire men, though he's pait CO, told till, onei "Old Chief Tlmmnns wotilil n hern IPO jrnra uld now If he'd n Ilwil. lie never wm a chief, not ccn n captain, liut he had been n good llremnn In Ills (lay, and everybody In 'Frisco li.nl heard of him. He minle liU reputn tlon In the old da) before hard drinking wna a crime, and 1 guess ho sati-tl about on tunny lltrs In lila time na any one of 'em. Well, nftrr they flreJ him oft tlia department In eicry tow...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 16 January 1903

'.-Shu- THE TRIBUNE. Publlnlicd Kvory Friday. 11V TUB TKIIJUNG PRINTING CO.. A. I). KKADI.n, MnnnfrlnR Editor. Subscription In Advance One Copy, Uno Year Ji.oo Phone 06. Friday, January 16. 1003. THE COURTS. ClltCUIT COUKT. Montgomery City. First Monday In Mny nnil second Monday In November. Dnnvlllo. Fourth Monday In April nnd llrst Monday In Novmnhcr. I'KOIIATK COUIIT. Montgomery City. Third Monday In .Ian. April, July and Oct. IMnvIllo. First Monday In Marh Juno, Sept. iiihI Deo. COUNTY COUKT. Montgomery City. First Monday In March, June, Sept. and Dec. Dniivlllo. First Monday In Feb May, August mid Nov. Heprcsontntlvo Mcl'lierson of Lawronru county Introduced a bill In tho slnln lioiihu Tuesday ilu nounclnit tlio Nvsblt law which ws tabled by ft party vote, of 71) to f2. A movement Ih 011 fool to liavo the Kovorment to furnish auto mobiles on rural mall routs where roadh arc In condition that they can bo lined. Now It wo had our ruck rondH. A ptkti county youth 18 yen of aKi, wh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 16 January 1903

iVegJU. '.li,'.;' yjl'.iii'!; wvvJl!'r;?f. IS .r THE TRIBUNE. 1 Friday, January 16, 1903. j Gamma. I Qcorgo Shepard of. the Lincoln : district has a very sick child. 1 L. C. PIttonger and brother delivered C hogs In Wcllsvlllo, Saturday which averaged 200 lbs. for which they received 0.23 per. cwt. WUUo Wcldon Is In St. Louie. Mrs. Cyntha llrown has pneu tnonla. Elmer Barrett and wife have rented Will Duncan's farm for tho coming year. T. A. Few Is suffering from a sprained ankle tho result of letting a log fall on It. Question for debnto at Prairie Flower Is re9otvcd, that women has moro Inllucnco over man than money." James Fitzgarald's little boy who has been nulto sick Is some better. Mrs. Ann Uaugh Is sink at the homo of her daughter, Mrs. Clara PIttonger. A number from hero attended iho debnto at Hazel Dell Erldny nk'ht. W. 0. Wnld was hero buying! hogs Friday. Dr. Klklns waH called to sco Unclo Jim Glenn's grandchild near Prohibition Friday. John Pratt was In Wcllsvlllo Monda...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 16 January 1903

PAINFUL PERIODS are overcome ly Lrdln 13. rink fa Vcgetnuie uompouna. Minn illrnnnl cured after il to torn fulled to lirli lirr. "I.jdliv i:. PliiUlmin'n .V-K(v tablo Coniiioiiiiit cured luu nftcr Ioc(ont I mil filled, unil I want oilier i;lrN to know uliout H. Dur ing niuiiiitniatlnii I miHurt'd most IntctiHo tKtltt low In tin) iiIhIoiiivii mid In tnv litubrt. At other times I had a licavy, depressed ftnllni; tvldrli Hindu my work nocm twleo mi lmtil, mid I grow into mid thin. 'Jim iiicdlcliiu tlio doctor jpivu mo did not do mo nno lilt ot K'x'i mid I vn tlinrtnighiy discouraged, 'llio doctor wanted mo toritop woik.lmt, ot roiintc, I could not do that. I llnally licRnn to lako l,ytlla II. IMnklinm'N VrKctHldnCoiuiHiiiiiit unil felt lietturniter taking llio llrsfc Kittle, mid after taklnn six 1 Kittles I ww entirely cua-d, ami nm nowr in ixrfect health, anil I uuiKOKnile fill for IL" AIim(koiuiii:3Ii:kaiiu; CW K. 162nd fit- Now Vork City. 4S000 fftlt It trltll if Ml" '' I.yilln IS. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 16 January 1903

lT.s,''"ylVis .jfft'-jl, . f-' SOUTHERN FORAGE CROP. Japan Clover llnr U lllfthlr rrlaed fur All Klmla uf Slock lir (be Tflll ftAllOII, 'Die liotnnlcat tiumo l Lcspetlcn Ktrlatn. ()( It a bulletin o( tho Texas Motion says! This la a niiinmrr-Rrow Inp plant lliat thrltca mi imixt nf the Unlit olln found between thu Trinity rlier omt tlio Carolliina, tlirouglinut tlio gulf states. It la strictly n south ' rrn forage. lnnt, nml will not tlirire mirth n( tlic lutltuilp of Kentucky, fleeda lmvc been illatrllititril nil liter Die smith from nil orljlnnl shipment Hint aa ri-ctlu-il nt t'harleaton, 8. C, Mime year i ngn. yinla, wlmla nnJ nil rlnasea of tho stuck lime been In atrutnrntnl In scattering I lie seed westward. When IliU weed first J JAPAN l'M)Vi:i( Oil I.K I'KIH'.Z.I. makes i nppciir.inre Inn rniiiitiunlty it la liiokcil iiihiii na u siiuill wccil ntul fnttaca aiitiie discussion on ac- count uf It Milltntluir effect upon horses. After n yenr or two, this temleiiey to siilltuto tl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 16 January 1903

aWiStsMEWPIWiWlBli Is' - MPtf" .V THE TRIBUNE. Friday, January 16, 1903. Opcrn house Tucsdoy night. Mrs, John Vogt Sr. is very sick. Lin Lockwood o( St. Louis spent Sunday hero. Dr. Kvnns of Illh Hill wns up Wednesday. 1'rof. Shirley" of Wcllsvlllo was down Saturday. 1 Hugcno Miller of High Hill was hero Wednesday. Thomas Morlorty of Joncsburg was hero Saturday. W. H. M. Cook was In St. Louis Monday on business. Miss liettlo Kldwcll Is visiting relatives In St. Louis. Newton Mnllcrson nnd wlfo wcro In St. Louts Friday. Mis SiihIo lluddloston of Mln oola Is attending school here. (Jen. Itnbttieoti nnd wlfo return ed 1'rlday from a visit to Troy. Merman and Will Kreugar of High Hill wcro hero Saturday. Horsey Leavcll nnd wlfo of Now Florence were hero Wednesday. C. C. Wnll nnd son Chns. Chas. McCall spent Tuesday In New Florence. O. II. Burton spent Wednesday In Wcllsvllle, E. S. Slsk' of Wcllsvlllo was down Monday. wlfo of OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT ONLY, Kmmctt Lowls Louis aro here. and ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 January 1903

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 11 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOUR?, FRIDAY , JANUARY 23, 1903. NO. 18. Mrs. II. II. Ludorson Is still very Ick. It. II. llmlcy was In Wcllsvlllo Thursday. II.'.a.I.cwclllnBof High Hill wan . up Tuesday. Joo niutlos went to St. Lours Wedncsdny. ' Prof. Slilrley of WelUvlllo was In town Tuesday. Eugene Miller oflligh Hill was Hero Tuvsdny. Ed. Kcrwln'u salo Jan Ul See tale notlcu In tills pnper. Mrs. Mary Hell Hunter of Jones burg was shopping hero Tuesday Arthur Clark of St. Louis was In this city a few hours Tuesday. L. Urlgg and llobert Northeut of Prices Ilianch were hero Wednes day. O. II. Mullcr's sale Jan. 28, next Wednesday. Sco i ale bill in this paper. Aubrey Kalfnieycr of New Flor enco attended the show hero Tues day night. Win. Downing of Lincoln couti tvwns In town with some good mules Tuesday. Elmer Aylor nml Ocorge Strnek of Hellulowcr nttended thu show hero Tuesday night. John T. Honsloy was In Denton City Wednesday. A. II. Druncrt of Joncsburg vai u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 January 1903

THE TRIBUTE. ulillatieil liy tiik TitninNi: i'Iiintixo ro. A. II. KK.tlll.l- Managing Kdllor. MONTfiOMKUV. I ! MIKSOUIU. Iturnl free delivery la one of the most powerful argument for good roads. Undo Sam will not establish route unless ilia puhlto highway used are In good condition. It I not Improbable tliat tlia coal strike commission "111 be obliged to adjourn In order Hint tlm member may go home mid atrugglo with tho fuel fpicstlon from a purely domeitlo standpoint. i j President Cntro ha borrowed nit of Die nvallablo money In Venezuela, hi soldier refuse to fight und bo ! nltogether without rciotirccs. Undei tbe circumstances bin only recount li to call In on auctioneer. Coke box been cloudy and absolute ly cornered for more tbnn two yenrs, nml oilier kinds of fuel burn been de ranged by the name claim of consplra tan deliberately schcinliirf for n prof, it of 300 or 400 per cent., without re Card to human sulTrrlng. It U believed that Iondon ban bit upon n happy plan to Increas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 January 1903

4" - I) THE TRIBUNE. I'nlilllliril lir this TiiimtMK l'liisrixn co: " KHAULB. Mnlti ttdllor. UON'TOOMV'ltY. 1 I JllSSOUtll. A TRAMP AND A TUKKEY. nv I.. KIII'.TT ItOMAX. The tramp puihcd tlio front gate open ami walked in. He was not the "Dusty Hoods" or "Weary Willie" type exactly, hut un leu of the genua tramp, why was he so ihabhy, unkempt, emaciated and worn? The gate was a .scroll-work of wrought iron, and it stood tall and im poiing between two big itonc sup port , and it guarded a lawn and gar den from the inquisitive approach of stronger. The house, farther back, looked Im poiing and exclusive, and bore ill colonial (tamp with an air of dignity in itself n protection. The tramp, however, iccmcd,nuite unawed and not at all impreiccd by its ttately facade and pillars. lie walked ilowly hut unerringly to a bench beneath some pecan trees, and, sitting down, leaned back com fortably, and, taking olT hit dilapi dated headgear, crossed hit knees and looked around. The llieker of a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 January 1903

i v. . it , THE TRIBUNE. PubllMliud ISvory Krlduy. IIV TMI3 TRIUUNiJ I'HINTINO CO., A. H. Kkaiii.K, Managing Kdltor. Subscription In Advance. Ono C ony, Ono Year $1.00 I'lionc oft. Wants a Primary. Deau Kditoii: Whllo In the Into election 1 opposed the Idea of the llcpubllcan party, In tho coun ty holding n prlmnry, but tho con dltlonH nro now favorable for one tr 0 years honro. This la not a chango of front but Is simply adapting inyHcIt to changed pol itical conditions. I would llko to hunr from tho prominent Hepubll- cans over tho county ns to tho prnctlcnl piirt of this Idea. A WOHKKU. Ncbcl's Committees. Montgomery County's Iloprcscn tntlvo fared fairly well ntthohnnds of Spcnkcr Whltccotlon In tho ap pointment of committees. Ho wns given n good plnco on tho Wills nml l'robato Law, and Klectlons Committees. Thcso nro nil good commltti'UH nnd whllo Mr. Nobel mny not lmvo notion tho commit tees ho might Iiiito dcHlrcd, he did very well for n now member nnd J being of tho minority...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 January 1903

- i M in i rss 'rr V" ) THE TRIBUNE. Friday, Janunry 33, 1903. Amorlcus. Rov. Maggart nilcd his regular nppoinlraonl nt Trinity Sunday. Mn nnd Mr. Shnokloford nnd daughter Nana vlilted J. H. Dick ey's Sunday. Tho Amcrlcu Social Club Is lm. proving nil tho time. Several new member were taken In Saturday night. It meet every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday night In tho Amcrlcu Club room just -ncross from tho hotol. Como to tho Literary Society Saturday night. Wo nru fixing to have thing go oft right. Mr. nnd Mm. I.uthcr Clarkn ot I I'rnlrlii Fork vUltcd nt Mr. nndj Mrtt. McCarthy' last week. I It I being talked now of moving Trinity church up In Amcrlcu. Wo hopo tho plan will bo Immedi ately carried out. Tho party glvenby Mr. nnd Mr. Shacklcford Inst Frldny night wait well attended nnd nil had nn enjoy- j nblo tlmu. Mcsr ICdwtird Hush nnd 11ns coin Marlow went to Montgomery City on business onu dny laut week. Frank Hall went to Monatcau county last week. Chnrlo Will of Big Spring wn In...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 January 1903

'- ' - sea mfttti rrrriiiiin r- aWaWJ IWM Ill l Mill Mill I II IM I Ml I Mil' Tifm.'tf ti c - -,-g.- - ...... .-- , ,----,- 8l K1L. J.iii ji' te--E H W m NYO lX Ilk Jill LUIIUII UU1ILIILLV ULIIlt I v ' I tV.5 Taa Pera-fc Almanac. The Hruggtuts lure already tcn asp. plied with l'eruna almanacs. Tbir. it suro lo Ik ft great demand for these al manac on account of tho artltlca on aitrol on)' which they contain. Tlie aubject of sitrnlogy la A very altracllro one to tnoit people. The articles on attrolon In tlio l'eruna almanac bare licfn furnished by very competent titrologiat, and thornen Ul characteristics of each sign It RireD, constituting almost a complete horoscope. A litt of nueitiona and amwer on astrol osy aent Ire upon request. There, will be a tjreat rush for tneie hooka. Ask your drucjiit for on early In (ore they, nro all gone. late. Mr. Crlmionbtak-I tea a Brooklyn, woman hat discovered a wax of preventing ber losing her hair. Mri. Urlnisonbeak Indeed! And what does aha do...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 January 1903

5" r 4 II Was netaracd-. "I como upon a couple ol boys fight Ins on tlie street the other day," said tlio portly man, as lie laughed nt tlig recollection. "Tlipy u era both smeared OTcr with eggs ami were fighting like couple of young wildcats. "As u tmint thing 1 do not bcllcto In Interfering with quarrels among chll ilrcn, bcllnlnff that It Is better to let them fight It out nnl settle their dif ferences In their own way, "Hut they were fighting so fiercely nd were using sued bad language; that I thought It best to separata them. "(letting hold of their collars I pulled them apart, and demanded an ex planatlon. "'lie threw a rotten egg at me!' shouted the younger of tho tvto as lia struggled to get nt the other boy 'ugaln. 1 "This was undoubtedly n fart, as the boy's clothing was a strong testimonial to the point In ctldcnce. "'Tut, tut,' said I, 'you should hate returned good for ctll.' " 'I did,' he sobbed, the reaction bar Ingsct In. 'The one I threw nt him was a good oner ' De...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 January 1903

i'.' I ; THE TRIBUNE. jBr . I'rldny, January aj, igoj. j if YV "Dice of Donth," opera house Snturdny night. I-M Turner npuiit Sundny In St Louts. Father Collins o( Joncsburg wan hero Monday, t I'rof. Olll of Wnrri'liton wn in (own .Saturday. Dr. FInley of WcIIhvIIIu wuh down Snturdny. A. II. Knllmcyor of Now Florence wim up Mondny. O. T. Sehrocdcr wait lu Now Florence Molulny. t Mr. iiik) Mm. Ilium spent Sun iliiy In St. Louis. .IrtiiicH Cunnlnghnm wuh In Mnrtliishiirg Sundny. ' Mrs. A. 0. l.ogiln visited friends lu WoIIbvIHo Snturdny. A. It. I.nll of St. I.oiiIm spent Siimlny horn with his wife. Itobt. Wilson mill noil Clark, npuit Sundny In St. I.ouIh. Mm. TIiohj Ford of Now Florence wuh tdiopplng hero Kiturdiiy (Jco. Itookwooil of I.adonln spent Sunday hero with liU mother .InuieM Cockerel lit visiting frhiiidN In .loucsbiirg thin week Lowell Driskcl returned to bin I in nenr Mlddlelown Sundny. Miss llnllo IHattncr of Well' vllln visited relatlved hcru Sundny. Miss Oiiii Wnlllngf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 January 1903

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. I VOL. 11 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY , JANUARY 30, 1903. NO. 19. Joseph Hlbbert Dead. Joseph Hlbbert a pioneer citizen of Montgomery, died ot tho Mul lanphy Hospital In St. Louis Mon day Jan 20, at 0:30 p. m. aged 73 years and 10 days. Mr. Hlbbort had been sufTcrlng (or somo tlmo 'with kidney troublo and on tho 28, o! December last, went to St. Louis whero he could receive tho best medical attention. A surgical operation was found to bo neces sary whloh was pcrformod with pleasing results. But tho shock wns to much for ono of his age, which resulted In heart failure, tho direct causo of his death. Mr. Hlbbcrt's wlfo preceded him to tho grave about 13 years. They were born In Manchester England Rhlnolnnd. Dorn to the wlfo ot Martin Dowllng last Friday a lino girl bby. Mrs. Frank Ileylng Js very 111 again with her old complaint. Mr. Mahrey of Harper, Kan. who Is agent for tho Now York Life I nsurance Co was In town several days this wcok on business. Geo. Ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 January 1903

An Ideal Woman's Medicine, So says Mrs. Joslc Irwin, ol 325 So. College St., NashVillo, Tcnn., of Lydia C. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Never In tlio Malory nf medicine has the (U'innnil fur ono particular remedy for female disomies entailed tliat at lalnnl liv I. yd la II. I'lfililmm's) Vogrtiiblo Compound, ami never during the llfotltno )( tlila wonderful lucillclna liai tl 10 demand for it been so (treat ns It la to-day. From llm Atlnnlla to tlio Pacific, ami throughout tlio length anil breadth if till a great continent coma the glad tidings uf wnmnn'a sufferings relieved by It, nml thousand upon thousand of letter am pouring In from grateful women saying that It will anil posi tively doe euro tho worst forius of fcmnlo complaints. Mm. I'liiklmm IiivKo.m nil wo men wlm nru iiiir.rlnl uliimt tliclr licaltli to wrlto licrnt I.yim, JMuhm., for nilvkc. Much rorro rtponilt'iiiii U noon liy women only, ami no t-lmrijo I mnilc. Pounds jil OtRTUMRiff-Aftar BFlW' oB ivsai.'r.'.'.'viilffs...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 January 1903

"us-. r 0- ii m Special Message Sent to the MImou rl General Assembly by Gov. Dockery. SEFERS TO FREE SCHOOL TEXT BOOKS. The ttnbmlMloa of Constitutional Amend tntnt Itrcommvndvft Authorities: t'ouo Townshlpe aod (School HUIrUUU Tes TbeioaeWee far lb lurch.ue of T llouks. JcfTcrtun City, Mo., Jan. 20. Cur. Dockery, In u lurnmiye tu the general assembly this niornliitf, declared liU position regarding frcu text-books. Hu iccouiiuciida tliu submission of a constitutional ntncntlmcnt authorizing counties-, tounshlpsor school districts to lux tlieiaichei for the purchase of ttxtbooki for the free use of pupils. In effect, the governor propose local option, The message follows: To tho Senate and J louse- of lltprtsonu tHti: The cost of text-books for tho children of our public schools, during tho last six year nmounU-tl to nvarl)' IXvmm', or on utrnce annual outlay of about ?v cent lor uuh pupil euro lie J. The present system ly which teit 1'ooke Iiste bven furnished umlur contract hue, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 January 1903

Jo HP' ' K ' THE TRIBUNE. Publlnliod ISvory Friday. JIV THE TRIHUNE PRINTING CO.. A. I). Kf.aMX, Managing Editor. Sub.orintlon In Atlvnnoo. One Copy. One Year $1.00 I'lione q6. Friday, January 30. 1003. THE COURTS. OIKOUIT COUNT. Montgomery City. l-'lrnt Monday In Miiy 11 ml necond Monday In November. Danvllli!. l'ourtli Monday In April mitt llmt Monday In November. IMtOllATH COUKT. Montgomery City. Third Monday In .Inn. April, .Inly nnil pet. Danville. I'lrnt Monday In Marlt June, Kept, and Deo. COUNTY COURT. Monlgomory City. I'lmt Monday In March, .Mini', Sept. nnd Den, Danville. I'lrnt Monday In fob May, AtiguKt and Nov. U'h Senator Alum Stone, II you ploatc. Tin- roadrt loading Into town, control cair trade Now tho Democrats nro talking of 1)111 Ktono (or tho Presidency lWDemoeratyl -MaryvllloTrll). uno. Tim real work of Having tho country wan not donu at tha polls lnt November. It In now up to tho varloim titato legMaturc to do so. Macon Republican. The nnmo of Mr. Ilryan falli...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 January 1903

r HL'sMtii& raw, . ... '. . i "y-Ti iy lilt, Y'jwui k t - . i i zbtt-ir 1 vv?ry . J THE TRIBUNE. Friday, January 30, 1993. Big Spring. Oswald Schroft wont to St. Charles last week returning Monday. S Illlo NIcdcrgcrke mado n fly Jng trip to Mexico. Rev. Schuck BUDS AND FLOWERS OF HOME LIFE. PiWi Oder; Compound Kikes tui Keep tha OMldna Well and Strong. Mother Make It the name Medicine for the little Onu. I The ehildten, God Uew them, are the liude " 1 and flower, ol ouf home.. Without' their I futile nd heertr laughter, nor home, would . , w teoiete. they anmiiu. eer 1 careiuujr and wife went to'...i.i i ,i,ii.ii,ii ., ,,. 11 . e.nect St. Louis this week to visit relatt- .tbcin to ilpen Intoperleet men and women. Vcb. I I" ,ne I""118 ' ,ne tnlldren J hare their lime, ol 111 health and auflcring. A few of tlio fnrmcrH aro hauling 1 Weoltennote the pallid and MnodleM cheel., WaImiiI lnmhnr tn MMfttt-IM, tM. "eat eye, nervour movement., and twitch- ,... mc,ll( im,,'andmuclei. Thejr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 January 1903

THE TRIBUNE. I'nhllahcd by TIIK TIIIIIIINK I'lllNTINO CO. A. Ik KKAHI.K. MHUlm Editor. montoomlt.y. Missouri. it E' k- A tract of forty acre ha brcn scl tide for the Philippine display nt Hit World's fair. It teem to le the de Ire of the management to show that our expenditure of $20,000,000 for tin I'lilllppluea was a firat-clai Invest, ment. The Tcnncssccans may want to sea a statue of Andrew Jackton at the, World's fair. Tha lieru of the most rarmnrablo liattla ever fought within the limit of the Louisiana Purchase nlll undoubtedly lie thought entitled to tucli an honor. j . . j The metsages recently Kent ncrnts the Atlantic liy Marconi, In one of which President Iloutctclt greeted Kdwurd VII., Mem to remove the lait shadow of a douht of the practical blllty of the wireless system of trans n mnrliic coinmunlentlon. No sign of n redurtlnn In the price of rn.il has come, ullhoiigh the duly lint been removed. No materia! reduc tion will tnke place on thin account nt nil. However, n ...

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