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

M infants. 1 &&t!ki&vs-'s j i' t J A ri IV. 17 THE MEN AND WOMEN It Proved, However, a Valuable Clew to tbe Whereabouts of Rudolph and Lewis. Who Enjoy the Choicest Products of the World's Commerce. THE UNION BANK ROBBERS PRISONERS. riirr Weee Citlilurrd Hartford, ('inn., hy lakerian lleterllreo ml Hartford roller and f N.uwn ( Ihe otolvn Money llecosereil Pla krrlon'a Assertion Jlailr (lood. 81. Lottls, March 3. "Tlic worlil I" not big r-iiutijrli lo liulil tlio murder rt of diaries J. Schumacher." the statement of William A. l'lnlirrton, hcail of the l'lnkrrton ilettctle agen cy, durliif? tlir nirtilt of HIM Uiulolph ml I'rrd I-cwl. "If 1 Ihr, I will K'l III""." n n mlillllun (o this statement that Imll riitiil liow ili'trrnitnftl tlic (Treat crlm tnnl cntclier wuii III (lie hunt. Jtuilnlih nml I.rl lire now In the lianiln of thi- ofllcm of Ihr law In llnrtforil, t'unn., nml will be brought to Mlsenurl Ml onn lo nnsucr lo the crimen of munler iinil bnnk robbery. The ll...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 6 March 1903

GOAL, WOOD, CORN AND TIMOTHY SEED Coal. Having liurcliiiHcd A. 1. Clmrlu'H coal hIicmIh we lmvc onU-rud hoiiiu Domestic Coal and will try and have a good mipply of coal nt all tiiiicn. AVn have a car load of Blacksmith Coal on hand and will maku price rcabouablu to all. Wood. We will alHO open a Wood Yard and buy wood from partiun hav ing cheap wood to null this winter, and mipply all particn .wanting wood in different qtian-iticH. Corn. Karincrn we arc in a position to pay you iih much or more than anybody for com. Give us a chance to bid on your corn. Timothy Seed. "Wo have on hand Home real pure Timothy Seed, the finest we have seen. Call and look at our seed before buying. HENSLEY & SAILOR- L MONTGOMERY CITY, MO THE TRIBUNE. Prldny, March 6, tgoj. Stork snlo lii-morrow. I)r. Nowlln spent Sunday la SI. Louis. (luy Shnrp spent Sunilny In St. I.oiiIh. .1. II. Mller"oflliBh 1 1 1 1 1 wns up Snturdny. Nowt lllnck it Wiljsvlllo wns down Mondny. ClmK, Lnll ot Slinmrork wns In town ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 13 March 1903

MONTQOMERV tribune. VOL. 11 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1903. NO. 25. J. C. Tumor spent Sunday In St. Louis. A. W. Fcrguion Is on the sick 111. Chas Wado was In Now Florcnco Thursday. Mort Ferguson, of Johnsburg, whs hero Thursday. Hobt. Donaldson was In New Floronce Thursday. Sam Sharp spont Tuesday and Wednesday In St. Louis Charles Roberts spent Sunday with friends nt Hallsvlllo. A. C. Logan went to St. Louis Thursday ou n business trip Judge 12. M. and V. C went to St. Charles Frank Dillon, of Sham rook, spent Wednesday in this city. Hughes Monday to open Court at that place. Miss Camilo Dnmoron whn linn been attending school In Kirks , -III.. ... I.. t I... .. . ll. ..u V.IIIIU III ..1U11UUJT Ull I. YIBll. Carl Atgcrmlssen-rcturncdto his home In St. I'otory Saturday after n ic w unys visit to his brother here, Hcgular meeting Eastern Star Chapter No. 33 on Monday evening March 16, 7:30. All members aro urged to bo present and members of other Chanters are cordi...

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

THE TRIBUNE. 'nhllahea by TUB TIllllt.'MK rltlNTIKO ro. A. Ik KKAIH.r- Managing Editor. UOXTflOMVIIV. 1 missoum. Auxtrnllona are buying Hritlsli flogs mode In America. This (a even mora shocking than the alo vt Idols "mndr n llie Unllfil Blnlcs." to Corrn. A better business limn persuading people tliut they nre helrx In rxtntux In Kurope. would lie hunting up proof for women who nnt to Join tlx Daughters of llir Itevnlntlon. There re only oIkiiiI 1,000,000 candidates. A Ruaso.Tiirklsh. war would Rite the world the flrst opportunity of err ing military operations rnrrlrd on by tlie moil modern methods and appli ances. Tlie armies nf hnlh these countries nre thoroughly trained nnd armed At till Hip latest Improved Weap on. -J AnnlhrrBrlrntlstnunmiurrs that the rruat of Ihi- rnrth '. about twenty-live Inllrx thick. 'IIic lf.Hrllilllt.V of twenty-live miles of "crtint holding B.OOO miles of mntrrlnl lulling like the mm never Mcmx In strike scientists ns stunting. Hut Ihry hate nit sense...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 13 March 1903

THE TRIBUNE. Fnbllsbeil br TIIK TltlllUXS: FRIXTIHO CO. A. II. ItKAin.K. MaI Kdltsr. 110.NTG OM Hit Y. t i MISSOURI. A SEA LYRIC. There U no muslo that man has heard l.lke tht voice of tht minstrel Bea, Whole major and minor chords are fraught With Infinite mysterr l'or the 8a Is a harp, and the winds of God Hay aver his rhythmic brrait, , Anil bear on the sweep ct their mlkhtv wlnii The font of a vast unrest. There It no passion that man has sunt. Like the love of the deep.t ouled 8ea, Whore tlJe rcenontfs to the Moon'e tofl C ItBht with marvelous mtlodj For the Sea U a harp, end the winds of Uod ' I'lay over his rhylhmlo breast, And bear on the sweep of their mighty vlnrs The song of a vast unrest. There Is no sorrow that man has knowu. ' I.Ike the grief of the wordless Main, Whoee Titan bosom forever throbs With nn untranslated ialn For the Bra Is a hnrp, and the winds of lod Play over his rhythmle breast. And bear on the sweep of their mighty wings The song of a vast i.nreil. -W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 13 March 1903

M. I j ft' i r. THE TRIBUNE. PubllMltud tevory Krlduy. nY THB TRIUUNU PRINTINO CO.. A. 1). Kkam.e, Mnnnglng Editor. Subscription In Advanoo One Copy, One Year Jl.oo Phono 96. Friday, March 13. 1003. Mlddlatown Chlpi. deorgo UptegroTo has Bold hla (arm, 3 miles south of town, to Fred Krnft. The latter Is evident ly preparing to all alongside another cratt down the stream of Ufa. Forrest Hudillcston and Lowell Drltkcll left on Sunday evening for Montgomery City. Forrest finished his school term In Star district Friday. With Kdltor Writ's recent license to lock up a form and go to press the Martlnsburg KntcrprUn ought to bo ahlo to get a lino Impression. The Howling Orcen Times' 8.1,000 typesetting mnrhlnu reminds Chips of tho Arknnsaw mnii who was priced a saw mill at 81,500, and replied) "Uad! If a man had 81,500 lmt would ho need with n I saw mill?" THE COURTS. ClItCUIT COUUT. Montgomery City. First Mondny In May nnd second Mondny In November. Danville. Fourth Mondny In April nnd fi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 13 March 1903

100 MILES OF RUBEROID The U. S. Government has ordered a million and a half of (1,500,000)' square feet of i For use in the Philippines. Montgomery City, Mo. RUBEROID ROOFING This quantity would make a Bingle 36 inch atrip over 100 milos long. For sale by Lacrosse lumber company. S3 y TRIBUNE. Pillday, ,1V March 13, 1903. Uamma. Polntlow Is sick. ur mull carrier started Sotur- tv tnnrntmr. i.nt n.fnrnn Tlriifth )rcok and had to come back on ocount of tlio high water. Sfllorn to tho wlfo of Drapo Morris Saturday Mnrch 7th, n son. Calvin Johnson was transacting business near Wcllsvlllo Friday and Saturday. Miss Claudia Few who has been In St. Louis tho past (aw months returned homo Monday. Tim Hooker visited his father at Now Florence tho latter part of last week. Mrs. I. M. Oliver has been get- I The CaUSC of Many ung wrKoy eggs sinco mo u, 01 . March. "Early birds get tho worms." Spring Is approaching though tho bad weather docs not subside. Hut several of our farm cm are preparing ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 13 March 1903

-wh"-Wi I 5t .5S sews Two Counties in Arkansas Almost Under Water, Causing Much Distress. WARNIN6 SENT OUT FROM CAIRO. l.nriie Arm nf Lowlanda llelo- Mr lihls anbiaeriirilDama at Man? I'nlnla (lire War-ltrldara Carried Off la Hashing Tnrrrnta-(lhl TrlnnlarUa ItnninlnaT. Mrmplila, Tcnn., March 0. Tlio rlr ?r, nfliT rriimlnliiff alnllonnry for two ilnj began to rise lowly again Hominy. The kiiuki) nntv marks 31,4 fed, mill more water In coming. The Ictrrs rpinnlii Intact, ntthniigli a larife jtrrn of lowland south nf McinphU Is mihmcrircd. fillteinlcii nml I.fe counties. In Ar kansas, nre iilmoxt wholly Iniimhiled, jiihI some distress I rcxirtril from thcic, especially among1 negro fnm lllcs. The most serious illfllcully tlio rnlliniiiU mi! rxrrlcnctiir from Hie riicrniii'liliifr waters la the delay to M'hcitnlr, inniiy trains nrrltlng froio one In three hour lair. fltltlsll IIIVKIt WIT l)F IIAMK. tlrltlura lllsr mr and (In llntvn Ilia llttshlnK Torrent. (Iriiiid Hiiplds, Mlrlt., Miir...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 13 March 1903

H Vast Will huin4. Ftectand, Kent., Mir. Oth: One of tha snort proiperoui (armer in Harper County -l Mr. N. It. Mead. Some thirty-four Tctrt to h lift hit home near Clarence, N. V. nil came to Kaniat. litre he bee thrived inlendldlr end Uit year barrelled over one hundred and forty acrei of wheat alone. uui evervimng nai not gone wen wiin li Mr. Mead, for hli health hai not been good for me lait lew rein, lie hat wittcrea a - . . . J - . I .. : l. I I J . I in. j 'I..... um mill niuiif, aim m.uuii 'm- ileand rouM set nottiln.' to atonit. fatelr. however, he haa Improved a great oVtl and he tare that he hat nnn nf the oldtvmp- lomtleft and l feelinr inlendld iln. He uied Dodd'a Kldner Pilfe and thii rem edy iremed to work wondert in hla caie. Ue iav hlmieltt "Dodd'a Kidney Pitli have made tne well. They are all right and a reliable remedy for Kidney Trouble. They helped me right from the itart, airing me gteat relief, and finally cured me." Lakerr Ouanllliei. MUa dabble "And he anuwd...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 13 March 1903

COAL, WOOD, CORN AND TIMOTHY SEED Coal. Having tircli;iHOl A. 1 Clmrlu's cool hIiucIh wc lmve ordered xome Domestic Coal and will try mid have u good Hiipply ofconl lit nil timt'H. Wn have n cur load of Blacksmith Coal on linnd and will make prieeH reasonable to all. Wood. We will alno open a Wood Yard and liny wood from pnrtieo hav ing cheap wood to Hell this winter, and Htipply all parties wanting wood in different cjtutn Corn. Fanners we arc in a position to pay you iw much or more than anybody for corn. Give us a chance to bid on your corn. Timothy Seed. "Ve have on hand some real pure Timothy Seed, the Uncut wv have seen. Call and look at our seed before buying. HENSLEY & SAILOR- MONTGOMERY CITY, MO 3 THE TRIBUNE. Frldny, March ij, 1903. Edgar Itcvil Sundnycd In WVllit vllln. Albert Vugt Sr. spent n few days III HI. Louis this week. (leu. Jones mid II. M. Slsk spent Sunday In WclNvlllo. Sam llarrcll visited IiIh mother In Wellsvlllu Sunday. T. I.. Cnrdwnll ol Now Florence w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 20 March 1903

nr. MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 11 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY , MARCH 20, 1903. NO. 26. Stovo Quick wan tho guest o( friends hero Tuesday. 1 J. n. Northcutt of Price's Branch was hero Sunday. f Mrs. James Durch returned homo from St. Lou In Saturday. Miss Dcsslo Johnson spent a few hours In Mexico Wednesday. Horn, to Mrs. llobt. Ill lib, (nco Miss Mnymo Cllllllaud) a girl. P. M. Ilnss, of tho County Farm, vrnH trading In town Tucsdny. Mrs. A. Haas of St. Louts Is the guest of her son Will and wife. Mrs. Leo Roberts Is entertaining company from St. Louis this week. Stanley Ham and Chas. Hunzt wero Wcllavllto visitors Wednes day night. f Mr. and Mrs. Wes (Jcctlng and 1 on, Oliver, of llelllluwcr, wero In town Tuesday. Miss Ktta Poster returned Tues day from a three weeks visit to relatives at Wright City. Henry Covington shipped live loads of hogs (his week for which ho paid 87.00 to 87.10 pcrowt. Mrs. L. II. Scott Is preparing for her Bprlng millinery opening. Sho will announce h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 20 March 1903

i Mi.iii " T',', , " , THE TRIBUNE. I'lilillaheil lr THU TltllHlSi: 1-ltlNTI.NII CO. At IU lil:AIII.I- Managing Mltor. .1 ilONTOOMUilY. : iiissouni. There cnn lie no real cause for thankfulness Dint 've have discovered that xlckncst come from germ, nnd l not a vl-Jtutlcin of Providence, for we find It no easier to thwart the one tlmn It lined to he to tlmart the ither. Appearance of the. htibonle plague at F.n'rnadn, In lower California, I a warning to the national lienllh offi cers that It should not he allowed to spread farther to the eastward. Thli la a matter of tho greatest Importance. The biggest steamship, the Crdrle, which ha Just hren put In active service on the Atlantic, can do fifteen time the work of the Oceanic, launclKil In 1(71, nnd the working cott hat been Inrrrusrd only four tlllltl. For Ihe commls-Jon of n highway robbery hleh rinllcd him scicnty tile cents, William llnrrlt hint been scntcm-iil to llftieii jcort In the pen itentiary, lie will certainly feel that ...

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

THE TRIBUNE. I'Mhllalieit tir TIIK TIIIIU'M: 1'lllNrlNO CO. A. II. KKAIIl.K, Manaainc rklltor. o fr tfll lIO.STGOMVltY, I i MISSOUKL VHAT KNOW WE? What know of the anawtn. tlf That dlma p rchance our neighbor's way, The fretting worry, eecret pain Thai may be. Ida from ilay to dayl Then lrt no Idle word of ours tiling to hlf heart with more dlimay. What know wo of temptations deep That bover round him like the night, What bluer struggles may l his. What evil Influence bllM7 Then tie not hasty to' condemn U Ik haa atra)id from patha of tUhl. We know o tlitleof theVrurte That everywhere around ui beat, Ho lllllo of the Inner Uvea Of thoio whom day liyday we greet, Oh, It btl.oovra ua on and utl (lently to deal with troee wo meet! Oerdly lo deal and gently Judge, With that dlvlneit charily That think! no evil but would aetk Tha good In every eoul to ece, Measuring not by what It la, Hut by that which It strives to be. -L. M. Montgomery In lha Churchman. J JUS SLIGHT MISTAKE, A lull, we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 20 March 1903

THE TRIBUNE. lubIlnliod ISvury Krlduy. I1Y TUB TKIHUNB PKINTINO CO.. A. II. Kuadm:, MnnnKlni; Editor. Hubacrlptlon In Advanos. One Copy, One Year $1.00 Phone 96. Friday, March 20. 1003. THE COURTS. ClllCUIT COUNT. Montgomery Cltv. Fimt Monday In May mill second Monday In "November. Danville. Fourth Monday In April mid first Monday In Sovcirilior. I'ltOllATH COURT. Montgomery City. Third Monday In .Inn. April, July mid Oct. Danville I'lrot Monday lit Mnrh Juno, Sept. nnil Deo. COUNTY COUIIT. Montgomery City. First Monday In Mnrcli, Juno, Kept, and Deo. Diinvlllo.- First Monday In Full Mny, August ami Nov. Tlio "Jim Crow" bill, n measure lo pruvldn cpcriitu conches for negroes linH boon dofeat.!tl. Martlnsbtirp; KntcrprtHo h much Improved In appearance, slnco Its editor lum cotton IiIiiihcK together, una Willi Hh new promt. Thero will bu no legislature In m-hmIoii nt JelToruMi (,'lty niter next Monday the grand Jury ot Coal county meets Hint day. Tint peoplo of .MlHMiitirl are to blam...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 20 March 1903

Mistakes! Solomon with all of his wisdom made many mis takes. But you will make no mistake if you buy your .Building Material, Paints, Oils and Varnishes from. Montgomery City, Mo. LaCROSSE LUMBER COMPANY. J THE TRIBUNE. Friday, March so, 1903. In of Mrs. J. H. Dickey hns the Ln Grlppc. Iter. Mnggnrt (ailed to nil his regular appointment nt Trinity Sunday, Mr. Mcllay Is now In our vicinity. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. M. Marlow, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. C. White slues of Wg SprI ng Sunday. Mrs. M. A. lllbb nnd Mrs. Mi It. HulTman went to St. Louis Mon day. Mrs. Lottie Sub Ictt wont to her homo at High Hill Mondny. Owen Ocntry Is on the sick list llft.1. NYK. WAN TED. Wo would like to nik, through tho columns o( your paper, If thero Innny person who naiuicn urcotrs August Klowcr for tho euro of DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK? Kidney Trouble M.ikci Yoa Miserable. Almost everybody vrho reads the news papers Is sure to know of the wonderful cures msaa ty ur. I, Kilmer's Owamp-Root, II the rrest kidn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 20 March 1903

iff mr mm )t Secret of tl;e footing ID $tan JJ,K SAMUEL SLOAN, Ejt1riU,nt VtlatMar, Scft Lactatmanna Hallway, If a man wWics to retain liis youth during declin ing yearn lie must work. That's the hest tonic When I hired men I always picked out the fellow who didn't care what ho was to do so long as it was honorable work. When a ouuj man .nkcd me: "What will I he expected to do?" 1 said: "Anything that comet to hand." That's the way 1 was hroiiKht up. I began working m a store. A young man came to inc once mid said he wanted i good, easy place, where there wasn't much work. I told him I didn't want him. There's no method aliotit me. I get enough sleep, get enough good, wholesome food, and work gives mc all the exercise I need. To this day I gel my hath at flijo every morning. It tones me for the day. A man never gets too old to work, anil I expect to keep on working until I die. I take no stock in all these systems of exercise or training. If a man works like he ought lo he will get ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 20 March 1903

T" ' " ' 111 ' 1 '' ' "' ' '' ' '"!". I ''.I' 1 -J - ' .mn-nim Five Hundred Men Making a Heroic Fight to Star the Flood at Holly Bush, Ark. RIVER IS RISING AT AN AURMIN6 RATE. Mrs. F. Wright, of Oelweln, . Iowa, is another one of the ' million women who have been ' restored to health by Lydia E. Pinkham s Vegetable Compound. A Younjr Xcw York T,nily Telia ofa Wonderful Curoi " Mr trouble mi with the orarlea t I itn tall, and the doctor said I gnvr too fast for my strength. I suffered dreadfully from lullainmatlon ami tiocwrcit ronuuuaiiy, out rot. no ncip. I atifTcrcil from tcrrllilo drairclnir Mu tations with the most awful pains low down In the snle and pains In me bacx, and the moat nconlzlnff headaches. No one knows what I endured. Often I was slek to the stomach, and ercry little while I would be too sick to po to work, for three or f our davs t I work In a large store, and I suppose stand Ing on my feet all day made mo worse. "At the supRcstlon of a friend of my mother's 1 beg...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 20 March 1903

THE TRIBUNE. Friday. March ao, 1903. C. 1'. Evcrd Is on tho nick lint. Coming The Warner Comedy Co. W. O. Sailor hns n very sick child. Clin. Solomon was In St. Lout Sunday. Dr. McDougul docs not seem to Improve. Win. Maxcy of Joncsburg was hero Monday. W Huy pour paints Hubert & Son. of W, lien Adams Louis Sunday. was up from St. I . H. Bntt &bon . HCADQUAPITCnB TO. Buggies and Farm Implements. "We ure ready to take ordero for the Deering Binders, Mowers and Twine, t See ourmmiplc inaeliine and noto Improvements Over Last Year. For repairs of any kind phone your order. 1 ''.''' 1 Miss Molllo Golden returned to St. Louis Sunday. Father (Irons inndc a trip to OTallou Monday. OIT Worlnndof St. I.ouls spent Sundny wllh homefolks. MImk Anna Nowlln arrived Mon day from Allu(iuTfUt;, X. M. For end-gnUi and hnnd seed sowers go to llldTT & Hon. I. II. Porter of Joncsburg, was transacting business hero Tuesday. Wall paper a Inrgo sloek and low prlees at IlonKUTS & Son. Wes I'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 March 1903

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 11 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY , MARCH 27, 1903. NO. 27. Julian McClcary of St. Louis spent Sunday hero. J. II. Miller of High Hill was hero a few hours Tuesday. H. W. Bethel of Mlddlctown was hem on business Tuesday. Wall paper a largo stock and low prices at Rodkrtb & Son, W. M. Dcgnrmo and wife aro visiting tho family of William Foster this week. MlssMnymo Ham went to St. Louis Wednesday to spend n few days with relatives. Marvin Mush went over to Amcrtcus Wednesday to nttend tho Blackmoro-Dcnson nuptials. A. W. Johnson of tho Wnrrcnton Banner was mingling among our citizens Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. anil Mrs. Charles Wllkcrson nnd Mr. and Mrs. It. II. Wright of Mexico wcro tho guests of Mrs. Mnry Spyrcs Sunday. Leo Blackburn, aged about 30 years, died of pneumonia at Ills homo In New Florence Monday, M&rch 23. M. Ii. and Clifton l'cnn of St. Loals spent Sunday at this placo with their parents Hcv. nnd Mrs. T. I'enn. B. M. Slsk bought tho b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 March 1903

. Ii","- ' - i ii i j i .... ' ,'; " mh i ' i"i-F-:r'iiTn V 'T ',1 . - , HHMIlMI 'W .rf- V 'I' if. i V TEE TRIBUNE. I'lil.ltsheil lir TIIR T1UIIIINK I'lllNrlNO CO. A. Ik KK.1III.K. lmln Ixlllof. JION'TnoMk'IlY, i i MISSOURI. The brlqucttea manufactured and used In Ilrrllu make no moke, nml consequently remove U19 demand for smoke, consumption, which Is some thing nctcr yet satisfactorily at tained In nny part (if llic world. Kvrn though llurillck'a murderer U never found nml executed, iluffalo' celebrated caso la destined to fixate In tho courta. The Tlctlin'a will la aid to lie defective and a cnutrtt la predicted. Where llicre'a a will thcrc'a way. Since the United Slntc ha mad Ita modest choice (if two conllng sta tions In Cuba, the InliaMtniila of Ilia lulnniln show a lea auspicious feeling toward tlila country. At bint they nre opparciilly persuaded of the disinter ested action of Undo Sain. If nionry ran bring n murderer to Justice, tho slayer of tho Wiiterliury liotlccinan ou...

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