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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 14 December 1900

The Tribune, Friday, - December II, 1000 Bollflowor. I. V. Adams' have a new girl l Itaelr home. Meeting cloned Sunday night with (wo additions lo the church. Fount Clare and Will Miller. John Uodgers mid Mr. Katiip went to 81. Louis Monday night with aloud ol cattle. The contest at the Union Chapel Sal urday night wan a success. The medal mi awarded to Hoy Heck, Georce Illnlou moved Monday, W. II. Welch and Mike Lentiarri each purchased an orixu last Wrck, Ohm. Palmer wan In Ihla neighbor hood, the first if the Week buying torn, J. Jf. Hall delivered one hog at Monjgotncry lal Monday that brought him 1 9.65. See what McKlnle) proa ferity will do. GllY. Now Floronco, 0. M. Wilson and wife spent a few days.lu St. limits last week. Eugene Windsor had hl sale last Saturday at 1:30 o'clock' Hvery thing sold well. He lelt Mondar morning with bis ramlly for Chilltcothu wlmrc be has emplotnput. Mrs. Mlunlc Donaldson emtio down from Montgomery Tuesday evening to visit her mother Mrs. M. J. ...

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. — 14 December 1900

MM Looking For Christmas - Gifts? Engraving Free on all ar ticles bought of me. Repairing a Specialty. 2 IF SO C'nll in'tuul mi-u my Splendid assortment Choice Selections for the Xmns trade tuo now ready for the In spection and approval of all who appreciate handsome and appropriate Gifts " . h U ? DIAMONDS, AVATOiraS, CLOCKS, lllhULUY, C'IlDfA,.HCUT GLASS, STEUUXG SILVER NOVELTIES, HEAUTIFITL COMB, HUUSII AtfD MIKHOJK SETS, MANICURE SETS, EBONY GOODS. SOMETHING FOR , EVERY PERSON SOMETHING FOR EVERY PURSE. Select your gifts from my Stock and you will he sure of getting the best and most appropriate Presents at Lowest Prices A. VOGT, Jeweler. E uuuuuiuuiuuuuuaiaaauuauuuuaauuuiuuiaauuaaiauaauuuaiiuuauaauu The Tribune. t'ubliatiMi ICvury Krlduy Iit THE TRIBUNE PRINTING COMPANY. D. W. MAJOR, EDlTon. MONTA MUNS, Local Editor. THE FIRST ROYALIST. , At tho end of tho long list of Senators, Representatives and del egates of territories In tho now congressional directory appears: HAWAII. Ro...

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. — 14 December 1900

THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL IX. MONTGOMERY CITV, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, lOOO. NO. 9 IT CANNOT BE FOREVER SO. which Imh been crowded dully Tor the past three weeks, was filled with people- long before the cane begun. livery day two thirds of the audience has been made up of women and girls, and to-day was no excep ception (o the rule. An air of expectancy pervaded the the room, and the drop of a pin could have been heard when Judge Sliinn called, "Jessie Morrison," and she made her way toward the witness chair. The first part of .Viss Jessie's testimo ny contradicted much that Castle had said on the stand. Jt disclosed, however, noth ing sensational. At llrst'her voice was harsh I but it afterwards became more soft and was very low. DUIUiNDANT'S STORY. Jn reply to questions. Miss Jessie related all the occurrences of the day of the fatal ther, irl plain. Judge Charges Jury In the Morrison Case, Defendant was on the Witness Stand Six Hours Yesterday-Mistrial or Acquittal Expec...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 14 December 1900

i a Santa Claus Headquarters!! Our Stuck in a frenli, new, novel and well assorted lino of Plenum; Cln-intniim Gift n ml our Fair 1'rieon uroumittniutivuimthuoodri. Wu niaku Christinas buy ing pluanant, and perfectly wititifiietory. Don't fail to nee otirnpouial nttnietioiw ju : Medallion, Picture Kriiines, Tietnre ISuhcU, Toilet CimuM, Cuff and Collar Hoxes, Jlamlkercliiuf Boxes. Glove Hoxes, Cellnloied ?ovcltieH, Albums, Lap DenliH. Manicure Sets, Perfumes, Perfumes Mottle, Plates, Cup and Saucer, "Work Hoxes, Atomizers, Fancy China Ware, Rose Howls, Viic.es, I'm I rays, I! i6 't'S Stationery and Hox Papers, etc. (Jet) I I A Liu-go AHKortnient of Dolls at Lowest Prices. A Complete Line of Toys for Children and many other good things too numerous to mention. Oakes Candles in 1, and 8 round i3oces. Montgomery City, Mo. B U RTON & C RUM lr 'The Tribune, Friday, - December II, 1000, W. AV. Worley spent Sunday In St. Louis. It. S. Paul was in St. Louis Sat urday buying goods. Go to...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 21 December 1900

THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUN VOL IX. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, PKIDAY, DECEMBER 21, lfc00. NO. iO Ordlnnnco CO Oood. Me It nrdnlnrd ty tliti Ilmirdof AIJrn.n of cli city of Monlicojitr)', follow. See. I Wlitrem, ccrtiln prrnor.1 knit, fur Ihrlrown wlrkrd iurpuiiii, qiiritluucd tlm validity oftha illlti to the rml cnuti In llii City nl MonlKnmrry tramftrrnl through Trailers liy tin rlty ol MiiiiIkoiu. err to Montgomery fount)-, on wlilcli now tlaiidt tlir c.i ii r I lionin In Ilia city of Mont ffunicryt ud, Wlirrma. it hat hern dttennlnrd liy the Comity Court Of Montgomery rounly, tlini, ui the recent general election h.ld on Muveiulirr Olli. iimi. the Couul) Smi or Beat ot .niitk-r of Moniomery toiinty Win tr.iiii(f rrt J and luoted iroin the ,ouu ol llantllle to I ho city ol Moiilgniniry. lu order thattho eoiiiniUaioiieraapimlnted by lh County Court to itlrrl a aim where in to loi ato llin Seat or.lutlce. and lor the Court llouao and other neceaiary eouuiy hiillJInn In the eliyol Montxii...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 21 December 1900

'1 I II j I 2 Santa Claus . Headquarters!) Our Stock ia a fresh, new, novel mid well imported lino of Plcnnlw' OliristmiiH Giftaiiml our Fair IYiceH meiiHiittriictivoimtlioKoodH. Wo inuko lIliristiiiiiH buy- s ing plefiHiint, mid perfectly Hiitisfnctory. Don't fail to nee our Npecinl attinetions in : g MeilulIioiiH, Picture Frames, Picture ISnsoln, Toilet Ciihch, Cuff niitl Collar JJoxes, llandkereliief lloxes. (Jlove Ho.xes, Celluloicd Xovelties, AlliniiiH, Lap Desks. fanieure Sets, Work Uo.vch, 0 Perfumes, ' -Atomizer?), PcrfuineH JJottlo, Fancy China Ware, II j'laies, Jtose jjowis, Cuj) and Saucer, Vases, Pin Trays, Stationery and Ilox Papers, etc. A Lnrj Assortment of Dolls at. Lowest Prices. A Complete Line of for Children and many other yood things too numerous to mention. Oalces Candies in 1, id and 3 Pound Boces. Toys Montgomery City, Mo. Burton & Crumf 5 ! SI Ti-ib Tribune rldny, - - December 21, 1000 From Hie lactorlee Ilia renorl crowded with orders." conies Jul as It...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 21 December 1900

The Tribune, Prlday, - - December 21, 1000 Itev. Moaer will preach al Iho First I're.pyterlan church In Ihla city urxl Sunilny. Mr. Or. Heat niter 11 ahort visit lo parent Mr. nil, Mm. S!k returncil home In lllili lllll laat Frldat Charlea Woodland, f Williams lung, was I lie guest of Ml, a (J race Harrison last Sunday. Ml lewder, ot Fitllou, is the guest this wrek, or her friend lu Ihls tlly, Jllaa Dollln Adami. Jolm Darker came up Irom SI. f.oii la laat Friday night In vialt Ills imilh r, Mm. Llla Darker, who Is very tick, Itev. G. M. Caldwell haa concluded llla services aa parlor ol the Flrsl l'rcshttcrlau church of llila city. .) F. Sclinider of Amerlcus waa In Montgomery Cltv laat Saturday lo act aa one, of llin cnniiulaalonara to locate thu court houai!. Tom Martin, ol Wllllatnbtirg, nml Mist Susie lltiddlcatnti of Mlnrnla were llin guests o( Miss Vlrgle Leach bore Saturday nml Suuda). Itev. Johnson will ylall hla parent at l'ohlar lllull not Sunday, lirurr there will be no re...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 21 December 1900

Tribune. lubllnUfl Kvry Krtduy THE TRIBUNE PRINTIHG COMPANY. D, W. MAJOR, KDlTOn. MONTA MUNS, Local Editor. Terms 31.00 per Ycnr in Advance. COOK SERVES COUNTER NOTICE OP CONTEST. V. D. M. Cook this week served counter notice of contest on A. Lafferty, In tho prosecuting attorneyship contest. J. I). Bar tictt, 0. R. Ball and II. W. Johnson hava been employed by Mr. Cook as his attorneys. Mr. Lnffcrtygavo to tho TmuuNK tho following state mcnt In regard to tho contents of Mr. Cook'a nottco : ".Mr. Cook's notice is, to say tho least, extravagant in its allega Hons, and is in somo respects Amusing. Ho alleges that 1 10 11 legal voters voted for mo, and that seven legal voters who offered to voto for him weru refused tho right to vote. There may havo been fow persons who voted for mo who "were not legal voters, but oven n casual reading of tho list of those alleged in Mr. Cook's notice to havo been Illegal voters, shows tho improbability of his being nblo to establish his allegations In...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 21 December 1900

1 1 I W8 'J ' The Tribune,! Friday, - - December 21, 1000 1 t t Knox District. Mr. Ilryaut returned to her home In Now (Hornier, nfler several days vlil w 1 1 1 1 tho faintly tit Duke Pate. The Misses While of Danville worn hi the neliihhorhtiod, Inst week. In the Interest nf their Oyster Supper, Thurs dajr iiIkIiI, Dee. 'it. Ilxiity ICiioi, who tin a position on a Street (Jaa, In Hi. Louli came, up lat week to apmd alow daya viilllt'K homo folks Charley McCsll of Montgomery vMled at Mr. Duko I'ale'a Sunday. He will leavo Tuenlay nllb tho crowd for Klooilyke, Tlie Misses Kelslck enterlaliiec a number of their friends Mouday evening. Quite a uuinlier were pre rut and all report a pleasant (line. Received too late lor ImI wsck. I'atn Young of New Florence win buy I:ik hornet In this nelhborhood Thursday. Misses Julia Thurston and tleulah S'-o nf New Florence visited Miss Lydln MeisltiKer last week. Mllca Johnson and wife were lu Montgomery Wednesday. Mlta Minnie llryaut who hai been v...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 21 December 1900

The Tribune. Pubtlaiied Kvury Krldny THE TRIBUNE PRIMING COMPANY. D. W. MAJOR, Kditor. MONTA MUNS, Local Editor. Teums $1.00 per Ycarln Advntlr-e, Tho United States Stipromi Court nays that tho Ncsbit lav U constitutional not that It Is air. honest or desirable, to tho voters of St. Louts. "Havo yua boon vaccinated?' That 1b tho way thepcoplo over lu Plko county greet ono another when they meet (luring tho present reign of Smnll-pox In their midst "Chips" wlll huvo to go a little easy now on.tlio court house nues Uon or ho may burn up his now dress. Prosperity Is hero nnd "Chips" Is Bharlng It, but ho must not oxpect It to Inst forcvcr.J Tho latoltupubllcau uomlncofor Qovernor In Kentucky has been appointed commissioner of in tprnal rovonue. Evidently, tho administration and Mr. Ycrkes himself thought that "Just any old thing" would not bo good unougl: in ins case. Washington Post: Grosvcnor of Ohio, and Chnmp Clark of Mis sourl, met yesterday for tho first tlmo slnco thoy engaged I...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 21 December 1900

at VOL IX. THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. CHAMP CLAKK EXPLAINS Washington, D. C, December Hi. . nani t Jurlc explained to u cloak room group yesterday what haiijiened in Missouri during the Into .campaign. "Mules did it," the Piko County states man said: "It was mules and this all-fired alliance with Great Hritain that the Hcpubli cans have got us into. During the last spring and summer the British government bought .50,000 mules in Missouri for the monstrous war in South Africa. This de mand ran the price of mules up from ?0 ami ?7r, to .?U: and $Ii0. These prices completely exhausted the available supply of mules in Missouri less than 15 years old ami more than I'.l hands high. Mis souri, you know, is the greatest mule state in the Union, "and as the price of mules went up the Democratic voto went down. If we had not carried St. Louis for tho first tune in a national election, J verily believe we would have lost Missouri and then would not our party be in a terrible fix ? If the British ...

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. — 21 December 1900

Looking For Christmas Gifts? Engraving 5r Free on all ar tides bought Xr: of me. Repairing a Specialty. 2 IF Call in and huo 1113- .Splendid assortment Choice Suludionn for tlieXnniH Initio arc now ready for the In Kpeetion and iinprovitl of all who appreciate handsome and appropriate (lifts DIAMONDS, AVATCIIKS, CLOCKS, .JEWELKY. C111XA, CUT CLASS, STEHLIXCi SILVEIl NOVELTIES, BEAUTIFUL COMB, BHUSIl AXI) MIUHOR SETS, MANICURE SETS, EHOXY GOODS. SOMETHING FOR EVERY PERSON SOMETHING FOR EVERY PORSE. Select your gifts from my Stock and yon will ho sure of getting the best and most appropriate Presents at Lowest Prices. A. VOGT, Jeweler. The Tribune. hi Friday, - - December 21, 1000. W. 8. Goshnrii I cm tht'M week. Sea Hi" kick lint Ninas, nilr.ns'efnie aiiLivur .("Nix. .Mrs, Leo Mudd Is reported lo lie quite III llil week. Sherifl Ii. 8. Mct.'sll went' lo 81 Louis on bualuexfc last Tuesday Forrosl Itecd was lu St. Luola Tiica. (Jay and returned Wednesday Tom Kelly of Modcry wns on our ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 December 1900

THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL, IX. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, lOOO. NO. 11. DEATH 0I! U. J. HIHUERT. Benjamin J. Illbbert Pound Dead In Ilia Room Yesterday. Benjamin F. Hlbbnrd, n swltch mnn, Xi years old, committed sul clilo between 11 o'olock Snturdny night mid 3 o'clock yesterday Audrain's must successful farmers, afternoon In a room at tho Windsor ! who Is well known In Montgomery hotel on sixth street. When his body wns discovered nt 3 o'clock clenched In tils right hand was nil empty bottlo labeled morphine. Illbbard hnd been rooming nt tho hot.' (or several months, mid (or tho past two months ho had been comptnfnlug of feeling HI. lie suffered conslderablo pain during tho past month and used morphine to alleviate his sufferings. About 0 o'clock Saturday night ho retired apparently In good spirits. About 1 o'clock yesterday after noon 'in chambermaid wont totho room occupied by Illbbard (or hu purpose o( cleaning it. She knock ed on the door but receiving no ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 December 1900

The Tribune. Jrlday, - - Dftcombcr 28, 1000. Mrs. Jake Itetiuer aud Mr. .l.T. AW rd, near. Mltldletowu, boa( of turkeys that laid eggs wllltlu tlio last few weeks. Chrle l'naraoii wants the 1(000 that will lay the golden egg n railroad. llowliiig Green Time. lalao reglslrrtlou ami hy Iho wark of repeaters,, The coutest will eulltt Iho Inderal government In an luvrstlga iTon ol the Methods employed In the election lu St. 1mu and will rciult Id ahowlug the possibilities for fraud under the Nr-thtl law jOid Lady Thumb- Mm. Tom Thumb la now 60 years (if age, hut It atlll bright and active 8he 1 1, however, Mrs. Tom Tliumli no longer, having marrlril again, Her present husband la Count .Magrl, who ,.,, ,10 subject "If 1 were a ill. mill, nun l)rr limi lutrr buu Ik 'll,' The Potency of Advertising. Tom Ihe New York World. A Chicago minister haa given' a new proof of llm value of advertising Desiring to preach to a full house on .siliiuay .'Veiling Instead 01 addressing lti usual "beggarly...

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. — 28 December 1900

The Tribune, Friday, - Deccmlic 28, 1000 John Kdwnrda of High Hill was ou our streets lad Monday. John Kradle or 8l. Iiuli prnl the first of Oif week with with tonic iolkn east of towu, Msa Norn llrstloii who In (rachitic acliool Kt llnirhrlor, Callaway county It kiciiillng the ttiillilays nt home. Jainra MH)ult- irul a frw hours lu Wi'lUvllle larl Sunday, Ur. Thniuaa Owlngi Hrnl In Key elm Ial Sunday to speud Ihr holldajs with renin i' unit frlpuil", Clarence Kldwll of Ml Louis spent tiniiilay till hum folks, Mian Ka N'uuuelly l spending I bo linllila) with home folks. Hugh (.miii of St. t.niila apeul X Hill ll home folks. linrilcii Wot of Wellavllle sptnt a lew Imiirx lu uiir city Nt Monday, ltnu-.l Mian or Columbia iaiinl ttiroiijli here last Mondar on hla nay to vl.it IrlvuJc In Olney. Mix Dura Aylur of tirar Oauiina ronin in last Monday and nrut to Kniiaaa City iu Ml relatives. Ilarn Ham rame uy Sunday from St. !oiil to vlilt relatives during the liultda). Van Overtired csuie u...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 December 1900

The T'RiBiiNfe. IuUttwhd,Rvry lrlctay TIB TRIBUNE PRilTIHG C01PAXT. t4 W. MAJOR, Editor. MOTA MUNS, Local Editor. Terms S1.60 per Yearln Advance. Miss Madge Appling wni vIbUIiik in Now l-'lorenco Inst Tuesday. . Elilor S. A."5lkln left last Tucs day to Join his wlfo In Excclsor Springs Mo., and there upend tha holidays. Elton Slslc and wlfo of Wcllsvillo wcro visiting In this city thu first ot.tho week. Robt Uratton came In from Kan -sag City last Tuesday to spuud thu liolldays with homo folks. Harry Chupln and wlfo of St. Louis aro spending tha week with home f dlki in this city. Frank Bacon who is on a strco car lino In St. Louis, Is up with for the holidays. Onirics Hussel and wlfo of near PrlooR llrnnch were visiting In this clty'tho first of the week. Oiiy Hughes was up from St .Louis to cat Christmas dinner with homo folks. -Mrs. Claronee Crobbs, of Loulsl unn, is spending Xmns with rela tives in this city. Mrs. Thomas Spain who is spend ing tqo holidays with relatives hero Is...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 December 1900

The Tribune, Frldiy, - - December 28, 1000 Now Floronco, t Married by Ituv. James Hell Tliurs liny Pre. 2ft 1900, Mis Itoio llorileaux ml Mr. Jfat Worley. The event oc cured at I tie liomo of ttiu bride's mother ami witnessed only .by I hp roMlves soil n. Ii-,w mr Irlcutls who eiiJuyBil (ho ilnliuy wedding nipper Willi lliu happy couple. Je.wet Kill cue of ditr popular young icilKpun who I teaching In 81. Charles county Id wllh hi parents during vacation. Our merchants are lining Urge busi ness nml bold bujers anil sellers nic happy." O. II. Foster and wife came up from Wnrri'iiinu the first nf the week and vIi-Ii.mI Howard Cilia nml family. Misses Wllllo Sec am! Noun U'luil sor am nt homo Iriiui Howard 1'ayuH colli B tills week. Miss Madge Appling u( Mont, joinery enji)eil Xuiaa ilay wllb friends nt tlila place. Our I'ubllc Sclieol scliulnra are ..-li-Joj'li'U week bollilava precccileil by nn abundance of .Y.nas Irulia anil candles prnvlileil by our popular tench. IMgar Drake MvIuk...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 December 1900

i f ThjS Tribune. fUblUlivfl Kvry If rldny MT THE TRIBUNE PRIRTISG COSPAHI. v. v. majoil editor. MONTA MUNS Local Editor. Tkrks $1.00 per Year In Advance. A VOICE FROM PRISON. Soma lieaulltul Verses Rocenlly Writ ten hy Mrs. Florence Maybrlck. Mrs. Floroneo Maybrlck, tho American vlfo of nn English mer chant, was tried In England in 1880, charged with murdering her hus band by poison. After a'sonsc tlonal trial sho was convicted and sent to prison .for life. Stnco then many vigorous efforts luvvo been mndo to secure her pardon. Tho main argument advanced by her friends was that tho prodding Judgo becamo Insano shortly after tho trial and during Its contlnuauco was thought to havo shown evi dences of being unbalanced. Thus far, however, both tho Queen and tho Homo Secretary havo refused lo Interfere in her behalf. During tho last year Mrs. Maybrlck has been 111 and most of tho time was pent in tho prison luflrmary. Unanawertd yet! The prayeryour llpe litre pleaded Jn agony of heut tb...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 December 1900

THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL IX. MONTGOMERY CITV, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28,1900. NO. 11. Ordlnnnco 60Dood. He 11 ordalucd by the Hoard of Aldermen of Itif rlty of Monlgoae ry, aa follows See, 1 Whereas, certain persons hate, fur llielrowu wicked purpose, questioned till) validity of the title (u thn real ratals In; the City of Montgomery transferred tliniujli Truste aa liy the city ol Unnlgoni. fry to Montgomery c nimly. on which now aUnda the curl house In the city el Mont, goturryi and, Whereas, it Ima been determined hy the County Court of Montgomery county, that, at the rectal general election held oo November (Jiu, I1KXI, the County Seat or Seal ol Junlce of Montgomery county wea traniferred and niOTrd from the town I Ilanvllle to the City of Montgomery. In order that the commissioners appointed by the County Court l select a allr where in to locale the Seat of.luatlrr. and tor I ho Court llouae aud other neceaaary county bulldlnga In the eliyjil Montgomery, may consider th...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 December 1900

.1 Tub Tribune. Friday, - - December 28, 1000. Danville. Don Elliott cut his foot very biid last Saturday evening while split ting wood. Dr. Daniel wns called In and drqwed the wound. llocordor Morlarty moved Into tho property lately vacated by Jar iot Harris Saturday and Dr. Dan iels moved vacated by Mr. Morlar ty Tuesday. Thopysler supper nt tho court house last Thursday a week ogo "was well attended. Dr. lluttlor of near Montgomery City was In town lust week and "whllo hero performed nn operation on the foot ot ono of Geo. Davis' liorsec which wasvery lame. Ono of W. II. Keiths' work hor o which hod beotdek for somo tlme was knocked In tho head, Sunday. I .Too Ford of Colorado is spending tho holidays with homo folks. Tho Misses Bakers of St. Louis upent Christmas at home. Quito a crowd attended tho Christmas true nt tho Court House, Tom Powell, who has boon work ing In Nebraska returned homo Monday. Tho colored people had a Christ' mas tree at their church tho even ing of the 21...

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