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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 20 February 1903

ft -flsy MARTHA Well Fitted for Part of rirjt WASHINGTON "rir.t Ladyof the Und." Martha Washington i.onlil nut havo been fitted for a plnco In lilttorj- ns the "flrt My of the republic" If she had not possrssetl a mlnit of her own, nd been capable of commanding her houstbold, ami occasionally her hue baud. It U recorded by Mian llrcmer that a glint at Mount Wmnn oter heard her distinguished hostess pi v Ing (ioorgc a piece of her inlml nfter they had retired for the night. Ito listened In profound ulleiiee, and when she had sulj her Hay, hp an wcred piraaatitlyi "Now, good sleep to you, ny dear." "Die gencrnra pet name for hi wife wan Patsy. That alio made him happy In hi domestic relation at nil time I gathered from hi let ter and diary, In which he often al lude to hi "domestic felicity." Martha Washington was of plump figure, full of grace, irlghtllue, nd with nn aristocratic bearing that wa due to generation of rctlucd and clegnnt prosperity. The world with held from her no good...

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. — 20 February 1903

I ! : i ': I ! jv, . mm hi -t THE TRIBUNE. Published lSvory Krldoy. nv THE TRIBUNE I'RINTINO CO.. A. II. Keadi.k, MnnnlnK Editor. Subscription In Advanoe. Ono Copy, One Year . .. . $1.00 Phone 96. Friday. February 20. 1903. THE COURTS. CIHCUIT COUHT. Montgomery City. First Mondny In Mny and nocond Mondny In November. Dnnvlllo. I-'uurth Mondny In April mm llrsl Mommy In November. l'HOHATE COUHT. Montgomery City. Third Monday In Jan. April, July nnd Oct. Danville. First Mondny In Mnrh Juno, Sept. nnd Den. COUNTY COUHT. Montgomery City. Klmt Mondny In Mureh, Juno, Kept, nnd Deo. Dnnvlllo. First Mondny In Fob Mny, August nml Nov. It Ih 1'ntlmntcd that Montgomery nnd vicinity Invented nbout $8000 In ttio Kct-rlch-qiilclc compnnlcs. Thnt Hum would pny (or 11 fuw mil en of uleo rock rond. Over $1,300,000 In paid annually In St. Louis fur police protection, yet a Hon of tlio chief of thU forco hns been running n gambling den In Hint city for tmiio time. School tcnrhcrH nru senrco In tho ntn...

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. — 20 February 1903

,M'v I I. THE TRIBUNE. Friday, February ao, 1903. AmorlcuB. Tho danco at Mrs. Stockhorst'a last week was well attended. Frank King left last Wednesday for Kansas City where he will re main. Crockett & Marlow aro shipping lots of eggs and poultry this week. Yc scrlbo was on tho Blck list last week Jnnd failed to send In any Items. A very largo crowd attended tho Pothorst salo last Thursday. A few from hero attended the fcall at Dig 8prlng last Friday night. Miss Virglo Bibb visited Miss Ilcsslo Dickey Saturday. Byron Kondrlck, Oscar Koch and George Quick of Ilhlncland furnished muslo for tho Social Dnnclng Club Saturday night. Mr. Geo. Craig lost a valuable colt Inst week. J. It. Dickey visited Cnpt. John Kcndrlck who is on tho sick list. Mr. Geo. Craig came near hav ing his houso burned down one night last week. Mrs. Craig had been to town and purchased a flno lot of cotton for quilting and had laid it on a chair In tho front room. During tho night ono of tho little children com...

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. — 20 February 1903

Protocol Being Drawn Up for Settle ment of United State's Claims. Against Venezuela. MINISTER BOWEN IS ATTENDIN6 TO IT. Wllrn Thl. la ri.nt'luile.1 Ihf Olliel IrrHllnr NnlloM. Will lip Inllr.l I ln. In Turn. In l'rectl Tlirlt cImIiii ami limit I i c.irnlf I'mliii'iil. WHahltigltiu, IV I i. IT. I'rcp.iriillnn were It-gun, Mumhiy, ul 11 i-finfcrctii f Ik-I Merit Mr. IVnllrl.l, nf I ! Mute ilr piirltncut, mill Mr. lUmni. fur I lie aligning "f I'"' pro1iii.il prutl.llng fur lln' M'llli'iiii'Ml ut tin' claim of tin lllillcil Mule gnliit VcniYiicIn, It liclng life ilcalrr of Vcncurhi that lln Hulled Hlnlci uurrrini'iil ahull Ihj ilrmtii up Ural. Tin- ri 1 1 .! will piutldc for tin appointment nf 11 ciimmUatuii, niic lufiulicr In lie uji' ntntiil liy l'icalilftil llnoaetell mill tin' nlhcr liy I'rinidctil Ciihtrti In pita iinih llir American claim, mtil In the rirllt nf ii iliaiigrccincul lln- king nf Hiln In In iii...lnt llif iniiilri'. I'll' llli I In' priilix-id nf I In- iilllr II In mi...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 20 February 1903

DENIS J. SWENIE DEAD. Chimin' Wlrran I'lrrinaa mmi rornirr f'lilrf auretimtia la Klilnr III.. a... CIiIchro, Fell. ?. Donlo J. Hwrnlr, C'lilinpii's utrrnii llrrinnn nml formtr clilcT at (In- ilrimrtinrnt, illitl u( kid ney disease rnrly .Momliiy morning' at tlir fniully resilience licrc. AU tlie iirniliera o( the- family were at tin lirilslile nlirn tlir mil Mini. Mr, Snrnlo entin to Chicago In 1649, it tlie n( of 13, nml Immediately en listed In tlir Miliintccr lire depart-, aicnt. For tlie lint three jeara he ran with the old "Niagara," nml tn Of toiler, ls7.1,,v.na npiMilntrcl first ua tin tn n t Urn marshal tinder Mathlaa llenner. When Hint trteran rrtlrrtl, In .N'oinnlirr, 1979, Kwenle was ap pointed chief of tin department by Mayor Harrison. When the Chlcii(jo flro swept oer the city Hrnle utid hit conimny were sent to the went side f the rlter to keep buck the flainrt. For 44 hour he win without lcrp. During the height of the (Ire lie hail Oceanian to ia hi home, II wua In ns...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 20 February 1903

- I! !i THE TRIBUNE. Friday, February jo, 1903. Will Uluu'd nnlo to-morrow. Dr. Kvann of Illh Hill wns hero Haturduy. Mm. Huckner White of Well.. Tllla was down Friday. O. I. nml Chnn. Iiurton were In town a fow hours Monday. Hcnrdcy & Sailor nru buying shucked corn thlit'wcrk at .'lie. I'eto White of St. Louis npont Sundny hero with his mother. Wnllcr Mnbry of WcUhvIIIo wn hero Monday on h-Rnl bunlneitn. W. I. Lotion of St. Louis camo up .Saturday and returned .Sunday. A. C. Dillon and nan of near Prohibition were In town yctder day. Mr. nnd Chnn Cnrr of Joni-Mnirg were the nueetH of ilit Cora HnrncH Sunday. (War Wllwin of WliconMn nt tendvd Iho funeral of IiIh brother Saturday. Irvln I'neo went down to St. I.ouU .Sunday afternoon for 11 fow day vllt. 1. I'. Shaw who represent Hie Cellar CommUtdon Co., wan In town Monday. Mr. Corn Friday nnd xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx' 9 8 I'ollnrd returned 1m MopInK nt the CiirutlicrH Hotel. HORSEMEN Read This. g Tho Titinu.NK ha...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 February 1903

ft"V' . , i ,! -' i. ,.J., ,,i,-l 11 MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 11 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 27, 1903. MONTGOMERY CITY, THE BEST TOWN IN MISSOURI--ITS GRO NO. 'WING. Or. O. V. Stephens Is seriously nick. Dr. W. A. Crockett Is on tho sick list. C. C. Hopkins vrns In New Flor enco Thursday on business. J. V. Perkins of tho Ucllllowcr Department Store wns In town Monday. D. It. McCorty has purchased a now '10 horso power cnglno for tho electric liht plnnt nt this plncc. M. H. Snbln of I'rlnccton, III., moved this week to tho Ilodgcrs form Hint ho recently purchased of C. H. Elkln. "W. Y. Sl.k wns cnllcd to tho bcdsldo of his brathcr-ln-lny, Ont , Smith, at High Hill, Thursday who Is seriously Mick. C. C. Sailor delivered 'J I head of hogs to Henry Covington Tuesday that averaged 2S9 lbs. for which ho received 80.S0 per hundred. Mrs. David Pipps returned Tuesday from a three months visit with her daughter Mrs. O. C. Cunningham at Liberty, Kansas, John Coftmnn nnd wlfo o...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 February 1903

-t- .... . .....J...K...J..i.--,niYmMfct JWu-.mTWMBWB THE TRIBUNE. I NEWS IN BltlEF. I'liiiiuiirii fir THU TIllllDNK IMIIMTINO CO. A, Ik iti:.t IH.K, 'innngtng ijiimr. Mo.TUo.iT.nv. i : Missotmi. I 1:1 Nation tlmt collect debts wllli can non should mil complain it they nro neglected by South American Imrrow. m nml trader In good ercdlt. Shooting nt debtors ought to Im stopped hy liilt-riiiilliMiiil law. Women hate no long hugged tlictr Jltifthnmln oter unfortunate Invent incnts that m iiiy inarrlnl ithii nrr In dulging In ghoulish giro because of the disclosure Hint Ilia majority of turf intcslmriit loscra nro women. Dynnmlln evidently appeals In the liuinotfiuH fnnry. A parly recently sat on ft stole nml exploded slicks nf the Muff Just for the fun nf It. A not her mnii suicided hy touching nil ten pounds of II, employing thin iiii'IIiihI, in ho cxplnlncil, hornute It wniiM ol viote the necessity fur n funriiil. Tiirko'n trouble with Itiitf-nria It filling the minds of illplomattal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 February 1903

'T THE TRIBUNE. I'utitUheil hr TIIK TIIIIICNK rillMINO CO. A. U. KKADI.K. liilor KdlUlf. HONTGOMIfltY, t t MISSOUni. l.RENTON'S MONUMENT 11 a i m. MovrcoMKnT. "I mint put up n monument to lilm," said Josephine, firmly. "I don't know just how I'm going to manage it, but it must be done," Josephine' snllow little face took on an expression of determination, and Iter thin, farivd lips fettled into 0 a yet harder line. She looked out from her doorway, over the bcd of striped ribbon crass and rich crimson peonici, over the huh clover field. and the pond in the pastures below thrm, to the burying ground on the sunrise slope of the hill beyond. "All of my family arc buried there, and there'll a real pood, handsome vwilto marble hciuMonoloever enw of them, llrenton ifii't there, but a monument he shall have just the funic." Abner Dolman nodded, not know ing just what to say. .Secretly lie thought it u pure of folly on Jo scphinc Kelly's part, but he knew it would not do to sav so. I "What g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 February 1903

.of. I THE TRIBUNE. PubllMliud ISvory Krlduy. JiY TMD TRIUUNIJ PRINTING CO.. A. 13. Kkadi.k, Managing Editor. Subscription In Advance, One Copy, One Year Phone oft. $1.00 Friday. February 27. 1003. .xxxxxxxxxxxxxjtxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx- B HORSEMEN Read This. j Tho Tltinu.vn has tho finest lino of Homo and Jack cuts In the county, consisting ot large two-column cuts for draft or roadster horse, also small single-column cuts for both, and Jack cuts of various styles. Wo print any slto or kind of bills you want, on cloth, card board or paper. First class work guaranteed on both bills and folders. You can matt us your copy with details as to what Is wanted and It will havo as prompt and careful attention as If brought personally. Iteasonablo rates to advcrtlso your slock In tho paper. The TRIBUNE, Montgomery City Mo, 9. rr.r.rr,r.r.r.ir.r.r.r.xr.xr.xr.r.r.r.r r.r.xx.xx,xxxxr.r xxr 1 Looting as a Business. Loafers aro often condemned tor nlways being In tho way of other peoples busine...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 February 1903

THE TRIBUNE. Friday, February 37, ipoj. Rhlneland. A. Duschcr was In town several days Inst week on business. Died Inst Thursday Mrs. T. Borumnn, living about ono mllo west of town, she leaves two little children and a loving husband to mum her death. The Woodmen speaking was well attended last Wednesday. The gander pulling and ball given hero Monday was a grand success. Samuel Wrny nud Miss Idnlinhr wcro united In mnrrlago Inst Wednesday morning nt the homo of tho brldc.s mother, Mrs. C. Unhr Squire II. Klsenrant performed the ccromony. Tho young couplo bonrded the train hero Wednes day afternoon for Moknne where they spent n few days with tho grooms parents. Tho Titiutm: Joins their many friend In congratulntions and best wishes for a happy and prosperous Journey through Ufa. J. F. II. WANTED. Wo would Ilka to nsk, through tho columns of your paper, If thcro is any person who has used Green's August Flower for tho euro of Indigestion, Dyspepsia, nnd Liver Troublo that has not been...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 February 1903

V rVI 0. pr$TiriWi 1 1 I Lesson in American Historo in Puzzle J 1 II Waahlngton'i Birthday Dinner Olrea by the American So ciety in London. ' MANY PROMINENT BRITISH GUESTS. Tk rtf ratnr Waa Ik Wpom Uv P.l-..t Frane!. .1 Ik. I LoalslaM I-archs.e ctaieamai Kspoalllaa, Wko (loaned tfca fair HlaqaaMllr. So Cimirii In Ik Sarr TrJ Strict orders bare been Issued at the Drookljn navy yard that no camera Mends shall be admitted. t!o many of them swarmed there that they became a nuisance. They ran over everything, Inraded the Innermost recesses, bur rowed Into holds and officers' cabins, snapping this and that. The command ant got tires and put his foot down. Chicago Chronicle. Tk lleaea ami liar. Judge Your face is familiar, I've seen you before. Prisoner Yes, your honor, quite often. "Ah I What was the charge the Inst lime I awyou7" "I think It was 1J cents, your honor, I mixed a cocktail for you, I believe." Catholic Standard and Times. BUNKKIt IIH.t. MOXL'MKBT. flail llaalrl Welislsr. On ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 February 1903

tart tu Time. Broadband, So. Dak, Feb. Z)rd.-Beedl. county baa never keen o Moiked up at dnrinc lb lat. few nU. Kvery one la talking of the wonderful etie of O. V. Ota;, of llroadland, the pirllculari of v. bich ,r.ei Ei. '?id ,a. ,lf '"'lo'VH -Ulenient which Mr. Gray hit JuU publlibedl "I wit dying. I had lvcn up all hop. I wit prpilriteindtthelplcit atalltlleb.be. I had been ailing with Kidney Trouble for many yetr and it finally turned to llriihl'a dliraic. All medicine had failed and ln In ileipnir, "I ordered one bos of Dodd'a Kklnry Pilla and thli lint box helped me out of bed. I continued the treatment till now 1 am a etrora-, well man. 1 prale Dod for the day when I decided to nieUodd'a Kidney t'llli' Kverybody cipeeted that Mr. Oray would die, and hl remarkable recovery 1 regarded ai little ahort of a mirarle by all who know how very low be wa. DodiT Kidney Pdla are certainly a wonderful remedy. Where lie Had Ike !.( Word. lira. Crlmionbeak-Talklnf about a wom an do n all t...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 February 1903

jutuTi 1 I it VST ii'inlBil ft 8 THE TRIBUNE. I Stanley Ham ' Claudo Ellis. la clerking tor Friday, February 37, 1003. Ed Leo of Sllex Hpcnt Sunday here. John Worland spent Monday In St. Louis. Dr. Kvnns ol High Illll was hero Saturdny. Geo. Hookwoodof Laddonlnspcnt Sunday here. I'cto White of St. Louis Sun dayed horo. Dr. Itobert llrltt of Fulton spent Sunday here. Dr. .1. L. Jones of Joncsburg was up Tuesday. Snm Sharp wa In Wcllsvlllo last Thursday. Hlmcr Aylor of Ucllflowcr was In town Monday. Dick Johnson spent Sunday hero with his mother. K. I'. Uoscnbcrgorot High lllll was up Tucaday. Walter Mabiy of Wcllsvlllo was down Wednesday. Chas. Kunil spent Sunday and Monday In St. Louis. Huuh Kvnns was In Wcllsvlllo Tuesday on business. A. II. Fcmmer enmo In Tucsdny from Argontlno, Kansas. MImh Mario .lonva spoilt Sunday hero I lui guest of friends. Doc. llolcoinb has moved Into the A. 1. Charles property. Mrs. Chas. Garner visited In Mexico n fow days this week. l'arker Hewitt spent...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 6 March 1903

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 11 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY , MARCH 6, 1903. NO. 24. Charley Soloman Is working for James Alvoy. Z. Stephens of Joncsburg spent Sunday here. Miss Emma Turner returned from St. Louis. Luther llordcnux epont Sunday with homofolks at Now Florence Miss Annlo Gilchrist visited friends lu New Florence Tuesday. Mrs. Geo. Vogt and Miss Bcttlo Kldwcll entertained tho Butter Cup Club Tuesday night. Dr. J. J. Taylor and wife un Itnd with tho Baptist Church In this city Sunday. Fred Buckor of High Hill was here Saturday and mado this offico an appreciated cnll. Miss Clatidlc l'ew camo up from ' St. Louis Monday and went out to 1 her houin near Qamma. II. W. Johnson and wlfo of Joncsburg were tho guests of relatives nt this placo last Sunday. Miss Bessl.i Blackwcll of Wells vllle was the guest of tho Misses Nunucllys Snturdny nnd Sunday. Ilcnslcy Bros, sold Chas. Palmer 3 loads of fnt cattle nnd Mr. Palmer ahlpod them Tuesday to Chicago. Mrs. L. II. Scott Is In ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 6 March 1903

tin. 5. THE TRIBUNE. Inhllahvft lr TIIK Tlllllll.NK rillNrl.Ml CI). A. It. KUULr, Managing -JI(ur. MONTGOMFIIY. MISHOUltl. A member1 of (he Missouri Brnnte w quite right to dwell nn tlie eco nomic Importance of the hen. It hat done inure tlmn any oilier creature for the world's breakfast and plu money. Tie Mnros In the I'lillipi'l noi say the American fen I urn that Impress-id them most wan the havoc created by liroinct nliclla In target practice. Ona shell was more cunduclre lo nmlty than a thousand bottles nf roaetTntcr. l'ulque la described ns n lliini smelling like tour milk nni) tasting like green applet, jet the City ol Mexico consumes It ot the rate ol tlfly-flve ear loads a day. Tlie cul tivated tostrt of various races are ac tntereatlng atudy. 1903 MARCH 1903 rcu. . 34 9fojn I6"i7JI8 23 '24 25 30 31 rm. 13 20 27 14 Tito new Cutinrdcrs will hove) i length of 730 feel, with oecommodn. tlima In each for 3,500 pusschgera, nud lll further reduce the time reiidred to cross the At...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 6 March 1903

aw.'-'-- 2 THE TRIBUNE. I'nMlahed hr TIIK TniHIIMK rnlNTINA oa A U. KKAUI.K. ManaatlaaT Editor. UONTGOMEItY. MISSOUM. HERAWKWARI) PUPIL Coimnenccincnt tloy wa very near nut 'i 1 hour on", in fact. A comlant twitter of excitement ran through tin- old building. llyi Icrioii! liuxrt were tlclivcriil, and lrctrtnakcrt taini; anil went. Twen ty girli were in the Mutter o their live. At ltn't a hundred more were f l.-iljiitntiiig and thrilling ami iuiver .inj; in f vinp.itliy. TIip great hall wa being decked out with rote and daifiea and palm and delicate vate. The dormitory wat all cfinfmion from packing. In one of the pretty room a dozen girl tat chatting. .Sonic one knocked at the door. The chattering ccatcd and federal voice cried: "Conic in." There win n momentary liutli at Jllt Cliarteris entered, A hmli ul wayi attended her firtt iippearancc. She wai to beautiful and to stately. Swanlike, the girl called her, and indeed her Mvajinp motion were ele gant and graceful. The heavy braid...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 6 March 1903

., i in mini m-Ttti 'II I I 1 , 11 1 1 , tTWiinVFniF ft II. .y, If ;; Published ISvory Friday. nY TUB TKIUUNB PRINTING CO.. iA. 11. KHADI.K, Mannglng Editor. Subscription In Advanca. One Copy, One Year Phone Qfi. Friday, March fl. 1903. A competent orullst might bo able to do something for tho pollen department which falls to neo thluKK. O. I). Tlio Democrat will eclubrnto next Thursday by burning thn bond Hint went pnld with tho Rtnto' school fund. A shadow might bo cast over tho celebration Rhlnoland. 1 Dorn to tho wife of C. C. Jlun- nenburg last Wednesday night a flno girl. Mrs. Walter Jackson Is seriously 111 at this writing. Tho preaching held at tho Luthcrlnn church Sunday night was well attended. Henry Struttmnn and family moved to tho Mrs. Ilolschrag prop erty about 3 miles west of town. Mrs. Alb Uuschcr returned homo Wellullle OptlcKtnt. Mrs. II. H. Donaldson of Mont gomery City, was visiting relatives hero this week. Judge Pew of Gamma, was trad ing In town last Friday. T...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 6 March 1903

i tictt f - -s ,iTirH--" -4 TOWarr.TJ'BOs 0'f J.7gV,WyayrBVT SSMSaiMISl'aMSSSIC mWHtKmnK' WHY NOT PAINT Your Dwelling this Spring, when you can buy enough good paint' for $10.00 or $15.00 to do the job from the Montgomery City. Mo. I aHROSSF I 1JMRFR HOMPANY. THE TRIBUNE. I'rlday, March 6, 1903. 1 Unmmn. Judge ElkliiB of Montgomery , City visited his son Dr.Klkina and family Saturday and Sunday. Hov. Clark closed Ills meeting at Brush Creek Sunday night. Isana Hcaton spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents nenr Mt. Olovct. Marshal Phillips and family nru moving to a farm near Truxton. I'hcllx Dillon had thomlsfnrtuno Over-Work Weakens Your Kidneys. Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. All tho blood In your body psues through your kidneys once every three minutes. Jilt ' "S Kidneys are your blood purifiers, they til ter out the waste or Impurities In the blood. It they areslck or out of order, they fall to do their work. ' Pains, achesandrheu matlsm come from ei , cess of urlo scl...

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

I; .' IV' Mew Utdford, Mm., Mar. Sn.!. At K8 rinl St., IIh citjr. Urea a very lu'r rr.an. lis Mine a Ulric l.eirarur,and tiercrtalo jr htseoo'l reason lo fcfl iltil inil litouil. Mr. ltn kick lor long lime itilb Kcnrral acalt'ieaa unci mire piia (n hit luck. Al Hie last he rot so had that lie could not talk ilhout great niUerjr. Now lie la mil and in leaking of I Me won cd rful chance In lil'n hr sari: "I lieliere It In I injr duly lolell ctcrr body hoar 1 at ciieed. I waa so arak that I cmild not al'-op; in fact, I irai unable to walk without great pain. I Irian taking llodde hlilnrrl'illaand altera two months trrstmrnt I am well aiid sound again. "Dedd's Kidney IMIs arc a (Imtsml rrw edr., I lll always j.rslse Hiem for their wonderful turn of my csa. Tkey cured me through aod through. I am at stroaiaad able man now as I eiervraa." WreY lllrrelloa. IXerenlly during a drne fog on Long Island sound a steamboat took landing. A Iratelrr anxious In go ahead rame tu the man al the wheel ...

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