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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 January 1903

THE TRIBmSTE. I'nUllihMl hr TUB TltlllUMS: l'lllNrlNO CO. A. H, KKAIILK. MDlln Editor. M0XTG0MB11Y, t 4 MISSOURI. COMPENSATIONS. What tho' your iky be threat'nlnir, Anil the clouili be gath'rlnn fait) The tun will thine rtipltnj.nl When tho ttorm hat rlMlttl iiajt, What I ho' your heart e lroublr.1, AnJ care mnrk your furrow ril brow; The onttli will guard our rlllbw And pilot sou through tomchow. What tho' your Irlendi (oriake you. Not heeding the Riven pain; The future lleth before you To reptenlih your hurt main. What tho' your tout be deadened With sorrow profound and deep! Tain dott not latt forever. And your eye cannot alwa)t vteep. What tho' you're poor and lonely. And tho path teemt hard to tread; Better to tleep In a hovel Than to wake with a thorn-crowned head. What tho' 0u die forgotten Lie lot 'neath the Ireili green eod; Your tout, releated from bondage, Kllea ttralght to the living (lod. -Homer Walton. In Chicago Inter Ocean. OHIiSS GAME "WITH LIVING- CHESSMEN. BY UKUI...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 January 1903

1 THE TRIBUNE. Friday, January 30, 1903. Next Monday Is Ground Hog day. II. V. Sharp of Mexico was down Friday, A. B. I.nll spent Sunday here with his wife. W. Y. SIbIc spent Sunday In Wcllsvllle. Dr. Robert Drltt of Fulton spent Hunday hero, Dnvo Lchnmi of Wellsvlllo was hero Monday. John McC'ano went down to St Louis Monday. Chas. McCall left hero Friday night for Alaska. Henry Clara ennio In from Nebraska. Friday Kiigcno Hamilton of St. Charles wan hero Monday. Itev. C. C. Long of Wellsvlllo 'was down Monday. II. H. I'nul was In Wellsrlllo Monday on business. Dr. (Iraves wns In St. Louis Sunday on business. Porker Hewitt spent Sunday hero with his mother. Stout Grrcnwell of Now I'lorcnco wns hero Thursday. C J. I.ocko spent a few days In Mt. Louis this week. James Archer of Ucllllowcr wns In town Thursdny. Chas. WoodiamTof Williams burg was hero Saturday. Fred S. Drown of Troy spent several days hero last week. Win, Wall who Is buying hogs In Wullsvlllo wns down Thursday. Miss He...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 6 February 1903

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 11 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 6, 1903. NO. 20. Monday was groundhog day and tho sun shown brightly all day, therefore wo tiro to havo tlx moro weeks, of bad weather. It Is doubt ful If any superstition Is so old nnd i no universally bolloved In oh this Wf superstition of tho 2nd of Febru ary. Monday was Candlemas day, and tho Idea of tho rodent seeing his shadow on Candlamns day Is a su perstition that has como down with It through tho ages. From a very early, Indeed, unknown data In tho Christian history, tho 2nd of Feb ruary has been hold as tho fostlval of tho Purification of tho Virgin, and It Is still a holiday In tho . . ghinnhnf riunj. Good weather on that day 1,. '. cites n lone con tinuance of winter and a bad crop, and thnt foul woathir on that day Is a good sign. Real listntc Transfers. John II. Dlgga to 0. W. I'alntcr lot 1, '! nnd .1 blk 0 Kills 3rd add., Wcllsville. W. II. ltlnklo to W. A. McCoy a pari of sco 2, fiO. 'I. J. L....

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 6 February 1903

F W ' 8 i .7Eia.UJWisSsiksJ I THE TRIBUNE. I'llhllslie.l liy Til 15 TltlllllVK WIINrlNfl CO. A. Ik KKAIII.K. Msiisglng KdUuc. MONTGOMWiTv, 1 MI8S0UM. It the Monroe doctrine Is nssatled, ttie Hpnnlnrds ore likely to (eel leu lonesome. In Htiroe on the subject ojr a navy left along the American coasts as a monument. Notice la Riven that llio big see eors ponies will lie eomUIneil next summer. It must lie aalil In Jmllee to the Inula that they rietrr hear down upon the public- without giving ample time for trenratIon. Kmperor William's protestations ot friendship for the Culled Btatcn are appreciated, but not to the extent of Inducing Unci (jam to sub-nit to the coincident "smashing" of Venezuela and the Monroe doctrine. There la more gold la Colombia than haa n been fonntl In Cnllfor nln, snyu n riler from that country. Dissemination of this kin J ef Infonmi tion la the only means of starting American capital and emigration Is Dial direction. The repeal of lite wartaxes hna de creased...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 6 February 1903

THE tRIBUNE. l-iilill.lirri br TIIK TlttSIUMK riHSTHCO CO. A Ik KKAIII.K. IhId Editor. MONTaOMIUlV. i I MISSOURI. THE ,TBENT" CIPHER lly profession nn clcctricinn, I had been appointed to n responsible po dtion in tlio new Wireless Telegraph company viz., that of engineer-in-charge and opcratornt their recently established receivingand dispatching station nt Dieppe. i vva in London on a fortnights leave, my dutiein France Iwing tem porarily undertaken by one Lyn Sin gleton, hut lately returned from the tcene of the chief great nnd success ful North American experiment!. 1 did not know why nt the time, but 1 disliked my locum tcuens on first ac quaintance. 1 went to ce my friend Hamilton's new drama. I cannot say that 1 paid much heed to the play until the entrance of Gla dys Trent, ns the gypy girl Mora, but from that moment I hud cy e and can lor no other. Of middle height, slcn dcr in proportion, nnd dark of hair nnd feature nj nn l-.gyptian princes of old, flic had the glorious e...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 6 February 1903

A 1; THE TRIBUNE. Published I3vory Friduy. HY THE TRIIJUNIJ PRINTIiya CO.. A. D. KKADI.n, Managing Editor. Subscription In Advnnco. One Copy. Ono Year . $1.00 I'lione gft. Friday, February G. 1D03. THE COURTS. CMtCUIT COUItT. Montgomery City. I'lrst Mondny In May and second Monday In November, Danville Fourth M and ay In April and llrst Monday In November. I'UOUATi: COUItT. .Montgomery City. Third Monday In .Inn. April, July nnd Oct. Dnnvlllo. First Monday In Mnrh 'Juno, Sept. nnd Dee. COUNTY COUItT. Montgomery City. First Monday In Mnreh, June, Sept. and Deo. Dnnvlllo. First Monday In Fob May, August ntul Nov. How nru tho roads? After tho ground-hog, comes HI, Valentino. Kdltor MeJInmoy o( thu Mnry vlllo Tribune Ih being mentioned an a prospective candidate (or tho Itcpuhllcnn nomination (or gov ernor. , A nick man nt Mary vlllo has had n toluphonn attached to tho head of hl bed ami to pass away tho weary hours, ho calls up IiIh friends nnd talks to thorn. With tho HiierrHH of tho ...

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. — 6 February 1903

f I r ' ' 1 I $10,000 Stock of Hoods Slaughtered At Prices Never Heard of Before On first-class, fresh, new goods, for a short, time only, to liven things up. Here are a few sample prices, but hundreds of items not mentioned at same cut. All prints 1 uml 1 l-2c. Ynrd wide Unbleached Doini'MticH worth 1-'-e for 4 l-2c. Yard wide Blenched Domestics regular price 0 1-2 and 7c for - - - 6c. Loimdale Blqaclied Doiuesties green ticket ----- . 7 l-2c. Good Jled Ticking ----- 5c, Very best Feather Ticking - 12 l-2c. Good Pereals 10c goods 6 1-2 & 7 l-2e. "Waist Flannelettes worth 10c 7 l-2c Mens, Ladies nnd Childrens Underwear 1-15 off from regular prices. All Dress Goods at ridiculous low prices. Shoes and Boots here !h where you can save 2"o on every dollar. 500 iau' of iikiis Pants all weights and sizes at prices that will tempt you. IJiiO Mens and Hoys Suits at a reduction of from 50c to $2.50 a suit. $12.50 Cloaks for $6.60. 10.00 44 " 6.00. 7.50 3.60. 5.00 " " "'3.00. Some few at ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 6 February 1903

Iw.il ;.- i-L-; i if ITf w old Mrn tan Sr Tlil. '.dkclicM, Sllnn., IVIi.2n(l Wm.lfltn ttjr or thil plate makci the folloMlng late inent: "Kor over forty year I luflercd with mis ery in my back aad at tlnicl could not pan water without great pain aad a burning ten anion, I hare lial to make water at many slitrrn tlmea during one hlht Juit a Utile at a lime. I tried many kind of kid' nry mrillciat Init all without any itood re mit till at tail 1 tried Dodd'a Kidney IMls and my pain are all gone. "1 took lv boxen and lam cured complete ly. I am 77 yeari of ace and I fed better now than I hare for nrrr fifty yeara and 1 Itrlkiita it all to IkxM'a Kidney I'iIIi." Dndd'a Kidney 1'illa hare madeome re mukablecurta in thli part of the late, and many old men ami women are prating them liljthly at a cure for lame back, Kidney and bladder trouble. Ohjecl Id II. llrlnar I'lallened. A acirntUt aaya tlat "it the earth waa flattened the lea would lie two milea dees all orer the world." And an Okla...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 6 February 1903

Baron Speck Von Sternberg Inter ylewed on Arrival in New York. HE STATES THE EMPEROR'S POSITION. Th Kaiser nn Admirer n( America nil Tlilnna American, Apprurri Ihe Monroe lluclrlne, and Wmil.l Nat Think of Aclinic Contrary c It In Vcnrsuela. New York, Feb. 1. The World print an Jntcrtlow with Jltroii Speck Von Sternberg, which contains the following, among other remark ol the German diplomat: "I bear the title of enrcy extraor dinary nml minister plenipotentiary, and not that of ambassador. While' have tlio title of minister, I hart come on a special mission. sr-ixK vox BTi:iiNiu:na. (Special imor extraordinary nnu Jllnli ttr plenipotentiary of Uennany.) "It la probablo that Ambassador Von Hollrbcn will not come back, ami 1 may take hln place. "I with to deny tlint I said I)r. Von Ilollcbcn withdrew from hli post be causo ha could not Kympathto with the Ideas of the Amerlcnn people. Dr. Yon Holleben U "0 years old, ntul not In good health, and that Is tliy ho thought beit to retire....

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 6 February 1903

A FEW Experience has shown that Slate and good Shingles makethe best FACTS. roof. The next best is . RUBEROID DAMASCUS- It makes a good cheap roof. Montgomery City, Mo. Ruberold Damascus Roofing for sale by. Lacrosse lumber company. THE TRIBUNE. l-rldny, February 6, iooj. Tom Kelly of Mobcrly Sundnyed here. Horace Httbotirlti Sundayed In Jnncnburii. C. T. IVpur of St. Louis spent Kumlny licro. Leo Molts u( WVIIhvIIIo was down Sunday. Aron Hubbard spent Snturdny In SI. I.uiiIh. Miss Laura KlHk was Hit) guest relatives In Widlsvlllo .Sundny. Mrs. Lucy CnrntlirrH went to St. Louis Snturdny to visit relatives. Mr. nml Mrs. It. II. Ilnllcy spent n fow dnyH In St. Louis lust week. Tlio gri'nti'st ImrunlnM over known In Montgomery City, nt (jnvo's, now. John Ostcrloh's salo has been postponed to Snturdny Feb. 1 1, Mnrlnn Krugcr nnd Curry Howies of llrllllower spent Saturday mid Sundny In St. Lou!. MrH. J. I.: Stvunrt nnd von of Columbia were, the guests of L. U. Gov nnd family Sundny. MIdh...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 13 February 1903

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 11 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 13, 1903. NO. 21. Tins Itlvcrsldo Kerlpluro Institute convened with tho 1st llnptlst Stepped In "ront ot HnKlnc. i County Court Notes. Pcrrv Wilson. .13 years old. a Wo ulvo below a few Uohim of Church In this city Monday nftcr- liosller employed by the S-I.ouls business transacted by tho County noon and continual until Wcdncs-l", It. Hurley wns (ranted it lleenno to run n dm in shop nt Now e'lorcneo for rt term of 0 montlut. Aug. lloltwlck oveisecrof rond district IB made sctllcinuit with u day night havliiR thrco sessions a by n Missouri I'acMc Klrkwood , viUe ln"t WC0K' day. There wns nbout ollily jnccommodiilloii train nt Choulcnu 1 John .Striiltmnn, overseer of rond members enrolled nmone; those avenue .yeterdny mornlni; nnd district No. ill miido minimi tct .. ,.,, f ulu ni.cst IJnntlst ! IT';1 ,n n lnr'm,1' , tleinent with n hnlr.neo of Sl.DS. V!. ib stld "22 : jsrr1 , r u7-w lectures were hlRhly cntertn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 13 February 1903

.iv TI-IETRIBU3STE. uhtlsliril iir tmk tihhi'm: I'Iiintixo ro. A. II. Hl'.tllf.l. Mngtng IMItor. MONTfiONnTilY. ! ! MISSOURI. On closer Investigation tlir short age In nn lown Imnk la found to lo Jl'l 1,000 Inalrnd of $31,000 n first nil tioutirril. Till norl ot Imnk cxntnlna tlmi falll e.tcn when it comts to incos. tiring the rnilty. Only two of Ilia '! trcr, nvcrng. Ing from eight to sixteen Inches In tlininctcr, transplanted on the World's fnlr grounds, uro reported to lime illril. If they pas through the sum mer iinhnrinril Ilia Joli of transplant ing "III Htanil as one of the moat suc cessful on record. Southern luml-eriucii propose to organise an nanoclntlnn for mutuul benefit III Louisiana. Mississippi nnil Alabama. The louthrru stnlr pusses u great endowment In their tliulier, nnil it they upply the principles of forestry, the hit, Income! front thlf form of wealth III hp perpetual. Tim fon in I'lilkidt-lphhi who illril em! Irft hid father, nged 101, srvriiil thousand dollar...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 13 February 1903

1 il III I 7 WIIY (5 HE FORGOT THE COFFEE-MILL CT 43 A VALENTINE. STORY. "I ittte to trouble you," told hl' Wife to tlio Grown-up Hoy, "but they ore only outer tiled for to-dny. nut I can't poisl My gel down town." She handed lilm an advertisement cut from a morn paper. "I've needed n coffee mill for tlx months, and you con net" one to- tiny for S7 cenU. Do you uiiuk you ther cheapened by n wanton sign above tbe countcri 'Taper Lace Vol- ntlnci lleduced to lDc. The drown-up Hoy remembered when nothing more btnutlful tlinn a Cupid and (loner bedecked valentine bad existed lor ins inexperienced eyes. And, In those dnjs, they used to cost vastly more man l'J cents. H had taken lilm weeks to saro tbe money to pay for the first one he lit was certain, as lie looked at it, The Orown.up oor 20 Vaars Acs. purchased f it. It must years ago, could stop nnd send one up to the bnllal?" Tho Grown-up Hoy Rot off his car at Stnto sticcl nnd went Into tho filg 1mn which was lnnklnir a run on kitche...

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. — 13 February 1903

The St Louis . - I Crflnn Roads. I wv,vvvw" THE TRIBUNE. Thora Isn't much truth In tho old c r..t.ti,i...,t i.'v..v i?rlc!riv.UayIiiK thnt thcro would bo Mx J v ' rcckn of cold woftthcr l( tho old TIII2 TKIHUN12 PHINTINO CO.. Kround-lioR aw hU iihndow. For A. II. KKAIH.K, MnnnRlne IMIlor. ho "mlouMly aw It tho 2nd If It . wns hU day to appear. Oul)orlitlon In Advance. ... ,, ,i i . i I'lmno oft. Friday, February 13. 1003. Ah n rcNiilt of Itcv. Hrook'n ortt Hndu on h.iIooiin and nnmlillni; hoimo1) In JoffuMun City, It win 11 dry town Ihi'rn lnt .Sunday tha tlrrtt 1 1 hid for yonr. Killtnr Mcllon-cy of tho Mnry vlllo Tribune linr xold IiIh Intercut In that paper. Mnryvlllu Ik only a town of fiOlXJ yot Iho Trlliuno Hold nt Ihu wiluoof &y 1,000. Auctioneer C. 0. linker of WoIIh- villi) Iihh had n "auvtlon tut" tnndo nnd ndvertlHiiN tho freo uo of It mid nWu Hiiy "you van luvo your bill printed nnywlivro yiu I Hut." A charter Iiiin been grunted thu MlHHourl Central ltnllrond Co., wit...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 13 February 1903

i,pi,iy iiimij.a.jfciu.,,. ONE WEEK LONGER Owing to the bad roads 1 will continue my SLAUGHTER SALE ALL NEXT WEEK Beineniher we cut tlic prices on nearly every article in every department, sonic few odds and ends go at lmlf priee. DRY GOODS, NO TIONS, HOSIERY, UNDERWARE BOOTS SHOES, HATS ami CAPS, and all our immense stock of clothing go in this Hale All at half price and less. Come early and often, Our loss is your gain. Just received 10 dozen Ladies Kid 0 loves from our New York importers which will go into this sale at (5."), 7o and K.'ic, regular price 8u'e, $1.00 and .?1.2.", all colors. You cannot afford to miss this op portunity. L. C. GOVE. OATHWOOI) HL.OCK. Uammn. Tho moll foiled to Ret hero Inst Tucsdiy on Account of high water. Jnlio Hruloii of Arkansas Is visit ing IiIh brother, Inane llcnton nenr "Walnut Urovo. Tom Morrln who tenches nenr Pendleton nttended tho burial of hU grnndmothcr, MrH. lloz Mc Olnnls near hero last week. Tom Floyd nnd mother wcro called to Now Flo...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 13 February 1903

: i If. Elt I PKftPAItlHU '1'Utv PKUXOCOtS. It Is Much Larger and More WWelj Distributed Than Most Peo ple Imagine. CWRELl'S SHAMELESS CONFESSION. th lalrr nf Ilia Inillanipoll, fllinuL 7lk4 lllllilr or Ilia llrratlmit mid ol Ilia KrrfOrnwIntf llrinantl for lllttrct In Material -ftunnrr I'rlrr for Uoot Mnbjrrl, Hat IhiuMnl. rnillniuipiillii, 1ml., IVI). (i, Cnntrcll, tlic lender lit tlie fhiiulM unlit to lmt U'pn In I lie rmpliiy nf Dr. .Iiim'iIi C Ali-sumlcr, of I li!-. city, now nn trial riH tlio mail wlin 111 Ioj c I ti ml pild them, oii.Kntiiriliiy, fur tlie flrl time, lunilo public tliu fnrt Hint lliroiiRliiiul Ills icrntlnim lie kept n ri-ciinl nf all t lie IkiiIIcs stolen, llii! men lm vtcrs illsputclicd tn mciiio tin' endnters iiml I lie iluctnr wlin ntteiidi-d I tie uniiml ill kIiuiiU ulu'ii, on kcicnil uccusloiii nflcr iiililnlnlit Ii.UUcii with grnio jnrd (f it.inlii, llicy returned to tin illy ununited. Altliouli It wni known Unit tho flinut cpl such linnk, I m lian unti...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 13 February 1903

... .1 J5V NEW DAIRY INDUSTRY. A We.lertsit 1'rtifraaor Ksprrlmeal. laa? to Mlarotrr Jtetbnda ot lolt Checae Manufacture Few people In this country linve'nny Ucn of the great variety o( product coTercil by the name cheese. Sltisl American cheese are what are called hard chcctcit luropcan markets, linvv t(er, deal In many Mndi tiufatnlllar to ui, Including n large (Unknown ns soft cheeses, which keep only n compnrntlvely short time and usual y possess extremely high flavors, llvcryone known the I.lmbtirgcr va. rlcty, the peculiar odor of vvlilch lint given Hue to to many nevvspnper Joke. These soft cheeses form n series l molt delicious product, and the cheaper kinds supply n most accept able lellili to lliecnnrie funds nf Iluro penn peasant. '.Imbiirgcr cheese 1in a considerable tale In thin country, and, of late years, there hns been nn Increasing demand for the species knovvri n Ilorjuefort and Cninnnbcrt, two of the most delicate n ml high prlrtd of Kurupran brandt, Cam em btrt, ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 13 February 1903

IBWH ineai vat" 'Xk r 1 ir I If i I " ' 1 11 u -J,T lk. A FEW Experience has shown that Slate and good Shingles make the best FACTS. roof. The next best is R UBEROID ROOFING Damascus makes a good cheap roof. Ruheroid and Damascus Roofing for sale by Montgomery City, Mo. Lacrosse lumber company. THE TRIBUNE. I:rlilny, Pchriinry i.i, iijoj. T.J. Hunter li tinprovln. fnliu Ostuloli'n caltt to-morrow. Clny UnkiT Siiiiiliiyiil In WcIIh- Vlllf. W. A. Oriiliiun vn In town Mouilny. Jnlin CiilTinini of lllu.li Mill v8 up Munilny. Dnvt; I.tliniii of WYIIbvIHo whh down 1'rltlny I'rof. Slilrlry (it Vllavlllu wim liuro Kiimlny. U. II. AlKrnnlM.cn wast Iii New Flnriwo Ktlilny. Jnlin KtcpliciiH of .loiictiliuri; wis lioru I'rltlny. HucUcr Omvi's Ih t-IrrliliiK for Mllli & Worloy. Jnini'N Murphy of High Mill wiih In town Knturilny. Itrriinlur Kill of Dnnvlltn uponl Suniliiy In WYIImvIIIi. Jnini'H CiinnliiKliiiin uiim In Mnrtltmliuru; Knniliiy. Ij. l). Miutd mill wlfn will move buck to town In t...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 20 February 1903

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. ' 1 VOL. 11 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 20, 1903. NO. 22. Albert Laffcrty, formerly of thla county, but now of Lawton, O. T. wm married to Miss Mary A. 81ms, of that city Feb. 11. In reporting tho County Court notes last week wo overlooked tho appointment of Dr. C. F. Elkln a member of tho county board of health. Miss Dona Horton of Bcllflowcr camo In Monday and went to St, Louis where sho will probably take a courso In shorthand and typewriting, K. D. Dcnnlson a representative of tho Klnloek Tclophono Co. was hero a few days this week. They aro talking of running a line through hero. Mrs. II. II. Ludcrson died at her homo G miles cut of town Friday Feb. 13, and was burled Sunday In tho German Church cemetery near Truxton. Ilov. It. 12. McQulo wns called to Hickory Grove, Wnrrcn county Thursday to prench the funeral of Mrs. J. 11. Thourghmnn an old and highly esteemed Indy of Warren county. When you'r In town, call nt our ofllco. Don't think beca...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 20 February 1903

.A, THE TRIBUNE. 1-uhllslicd ttr Tin: TiniiiiNK ritiNTlNd no. A. II. KKAIII.K, Managing Kdltor. MONTOOMeTtY. t MISSOUUI. Money will 1)6 plenty In tlio Indian territory within the next CO duys, J I he Klowas mid Comschcs nre t Ret l.'OO.OOO within that time. They have Brown too wle, howcter, to be bun rocd ly fire water and gew-gaw tlcul irs, Up In Michigan, Mm. liny, ngerd SO, tin been granted a divorce from lier second husband In order that the may secure the renewal of n widow' pen Ion mad told by her second mar riage. Mrs. Hay will thrrefors b looked somewhat In thu llfht of a jrnse widow. The fact that 0,000 horses were eaten In Berlin lait your, and tho great horse-meat banquet In that city the other night, at which 600 person) ate heartily and Joyously, may great ly nlnrm Kalier Wllhclm. If tha rogo for horseflesh thnll continue, how will 'ie get horses enough for the cavalry? The shortage, In Kt. Louis, In tho aupply of tenant 1,'trla la becoming rut her serious, nud there re...

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