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

If- What Has Been Accomplished by the Forty-Second Assem bly of Missouri. BILLS PASSED AND ALREADY SIGHED. ho Mn M Lot -wit T. Many Other Amiltlnv the CJarra or' Approval and Which II IImm Thlrlr Umfm In Which to Makn t'p Ilia Mini! mm 4 What He Will Da With Them Jefferson City, Mo., Mnrch 22. Fol lonfiigure the bills which liavc pane J both bronclif of th general assembly and hate been approved by the gov crnori Kslabllthlnff Tliiity.wcond circuit of O'okc, Franklin mid Ua.1con.ut0 counties. 1'rrmlllln cUIm of tveund cIam to a ha n.l on public utilities by vote ot thf Coimwlllnif property owners In cities of second clan to waive dams hps when pe titioning fur Alleys and streets. rrovldlnjr for appointment of assistant city councilor In cities of second clans. Kstnbllshlns; county board of eu.uaUi tlon. Kstabllshlnir hoard of public works In cities of secimd class. Appropriating money for payment of In termt un ttonded tlelit nnd school and scmlnnry certlllcuteji for payment of bond...

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. — 27 March 1903

J fo"!-" IK i KM 11- -4. Ifi alfiaiaii. umli THE TRIBUNE. I3ubllnliod ISvory Friday. 1IY TUG TRIBUNE I'RINTINd CO.. A. D. Kuadlk, Managing Editor. Subscription In Advance. One Copy, One Year. Il.oo I'hone 96. Friday, March 27. 1003. St. Louis, tho groat World's Fair city, mid tho only largo city In tho nntlon, that upends moro money for police protection than ior her schools. Tho grnnd Jury of Coal county convened nt Jefferson City Mon day morning arid tho 12nd General Assembly of MIkkhuI adjourned Monday evening slno die. Tim Ooncral Assembly of MIs- Hourl was very prompt In netting down upon tlmmlmlrnblo measures proposed to It by tho Tax Com mlsilon. Such action Ih not sur prising. Tho fact In that If tho Ocncral Assembly acted favor ably upon a proposition of real merit, It Ih hard to llud. Without Politics. Tint Tltllitm: haw nlwnys ad vocated keeping pollllcn out of city ulfalrx and moru especially out of the schools. If thin policy la not followed In regard to tho hcIiooIh ou...

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. — 27 March 1903

1' " a!r tAWHv '..-,- ...... 1 THE TRIBUNE. Friday, March 37, 1903. x Rhlnoland. Henry Kolks went to Mokanc last week, whllo there ho purchased a large farm. 'John Anderson went to St. Xouls last Thursday on, buslucss. Miss Rosa Mcuhl has accepted a positional clerk (or Hugo Monnlg. Mrs. Alb Schubert and daughter ol Hermann nro In our vicinity visiting relatives. Chas. HInchv.il mado a business trip to llormann last Thursday. Miss Kmmallunafcld of llolstoln Is visiting her sinter Mrs. A. Duschcr. m E. I. Hoscnbcrgcr of High Hill was in our midst a few days last week, returning home Wednesday. Miss Artlo Mutzlcr returned homo last Thursday after sovcral months stay with her undo in WlcliaU, Kansas. Tony Dooly who has accepted a position as Drakcman on a freight for the Missouri Pacific came homo Saturday to havo proper vara taken of his "pets," bolls. Died last Monday morning, Authur Heylng, tho nlno year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Heylng, after an illness 01 only a fow days. Fun...

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. — 27 March 1903

ajL.J'il.ll,l.JU 1AUJL . '1 iiun'nj ,.'... $n0ttmate of tlje American oman Sjr PAUL. BOURGET. jl'" TO creatures of such subtlety and delicacy as American women one may apply an old political phrnc, tlicy arc, In this utilitarian civilization, ''deputies of luxury." Their mis sion consists in hringmg into that civilization certain ele ments that the American man is anxious to jxmess, hut has no time to create the flowers of elegance and grace; something of beau ty, and, alxtvc nil, a flavor of aristocracy. The money gained in downtown offices or the counting rooms of warehouses and factories is spent iim wives and daughters of these wealth accumulators. In their graceful hands it Is transfigured ; blooms in costly decorations ; is refined and even given an intellectual cast in a hundred flights of mind and taste, and thus, in brief, is stripped of its hard material utility. A great artist, John Sargent, has reproduced in one of his portraits of women this sentiment which I have tried...

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. — 27 March 1903

. , iOTswutafc-k.-isirsum l-tWjrkg POISON DISTRIBUTOR. vae laveatlnn of a Trias -Vlaa Wh Uttlrvra la aoleaale Flabl las of laaecla. It I a comparatltcly simple tntk to aiily Insect exterminators to a kinnll patch of potatoes or u!hcr Ijrottlnjr vcrctuhle, but when tlic MJork must be done on n large ncale tfi protect n field covering ncrea of ground the cost nf the operation otlen absorbs 'the profit of the crop. The Introduction of machinery for ngrlcullurnl work linn considerably reduced the expense of planting mid harvesting the enormous crop mined l'OISON DISTIUIlUTOlt. on dome farms, by doing away with linnd labor, nnd It Is tlia Intention of IMwnrd Zcdlltr, of Paige. Tex., tn nlto red lire the coit of dcxtroylnir tlie Insect which Infest crowing plant liy the nan of Ilia new poison dl trlbutnr. In the drawing the inn rlilne la shown In operntlon, with one plant bent forward to vcrinlt n ills charge of tlie powder to the under surface of the leave. Tlio tnaclilne lina n faculty ...

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. — 27 March 1903

. x, . . ... if . .. 'E li III Mm IPllllHWIWIII 1 1 I ' i -.ft - .-r-.. -7 w , - THE TRIBUNE. Friday, March 27, 1903. T. H. Britt & Son Kcno Is coming. Hen Blades day. was In town Sntur- lluy your wall paper of W. W. Roberts & Son. Homer Hubourln of St. Louis spent Sunday here. I). M. Hush spent a few hours In Now Florence Sunday. Dr. nnd Mrs. David Nowlln Tlsltcd In Wcllsvlllo Sundny. For high grade, nnd low prices In Wall I'npcr no to Hudson's. It Mrs. C. J. Locke visited her mother In Joncsburg Sundny. Best assortment of wall paper at W. W. H011KUTH & Son. Mrs, U. 0. Good apont n tow days In Mexico llui first of tho week; Jnmcs Milam, of fjt. I.ouls spent Sundny with his family nt thin plnri'. Win. Gilchrist nnd ilnughtcr, MIhh Anna, visited In Now Floronco Monday. Mr. mid Mrs. J. 0. Whiteside of Big Spring visited relatives Intro Sunday. Miss Mnrtlut Blades, of Mlncoln, spent n fnw hours In this city Saturday. Hoy Mnrlow and Wm. Ilnlo. of Mnrttnnbtirg spent n few hou...

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. — 3 April 1903

alalalalalalvr 1 mi MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 11 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY , APRIL 3, 1903. NO. 28. Lowell Driskell, of St. Louis, spent Sunday here. County Board ot Equalization ) meets. hero Monday. ' ltobt. Jones, ot Columbia, spent a few days hero the first of the week. Miss Lula Wilson, of Wcllsvlllc, spent Sunday hero tha guest of relatives. J. W. Wold shipped a car lood of.cnttle and liogs to St. Louis Monday night. Hugh Cnson returned to Ht.Louls last Friday after a two weeks visit with home-folks. A. J. llutlcr, of nenr Truxton was In Montgomery Tuesday and called at this ofllce. , J Miss Suslo l'embcrton, of Now l'lorcnco nttended tho teacher's oxnmlnntion hero Inst week. I jfej Everett Spears went to St. Louis Tucsuay wncro no will mho a course In a business college. Uuy a hammock and rest easy, and lor cxcrclso get a croquet set at W. W. ItonKiiTH &. Son. Herman Lohman,uf St. Louis, came up last week to attend tho funeral of his sister, Mrs. Cook. J. O. Wilson...

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. — 3 April 1903

S! - ft , t. X9 i-'i I if THE TRIBUNE. 8t 1' ilillslird lir f . 1. tiik tiuih.'m: i-itiNTi.NO ro. , , ' A. Ik Hl;.III.IC Managing Kdllnr. J I , 1 MONTfiOMVItV. i i ' ! MISKOUIlt. Chicken stealing linn been made felony In Missouri; for stealing tur kcjii, which are scarcer, there should tie nothing Jena thon cnpttnl punishment. After nil, the old Flowery kingdom la not no alow, lta 'opproprlatlon of KTS.OOO for the World's folr shows that the Chlneso i;iicni incut Intends to take a part In the modern march of nnttona, Pope Leo XIII., placidly contem plating In Ida ninety-third year the Inevitable near approach of death and competing n Iatln poem voicing his thought and ntplratl'jii at audi a time, presents n flguro of singular tranquillity and dignity. F.lElity-scvcn tona In Vermont hare voted to llccnso saloons within their respective llmlta until April I, 1901, nt which time the question enn be submitted nucw. Loral option on the liquor trafllc Is nn example of the referendum In mu...

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. — 3 April 1903

H 4 ?f:tk0m'-Ltrufir - ) THE TRIBUNE. I'ulillihril br THK TIUHUNi: I-IIINTINO CO. A. II. KKAUI.K. ManaclnaT Editor. r JtONTCOMKilY. t I MISSOURI. THE LION CAQED, Vour hours, with furtive, forceful triad, He paces i'ov, In iat disdain, 111 limbs br formless lonilnm led That thrill their Riant thews Ilka pain. Or. MlnalnK full his shnaar lermth, fronting the bare. Inert ha lies: The fremlei of hla captive strtimlh Flame up, antl darken. In hla e)ee. ,tVhat movca within Me soul, who dwelt lletween the naked earth and sky? .Who with Mi atrrnuoua pulses felt The swinging sphere In harmony? ,W'hat anauUh of hie helpless elate Mills hla (ait bulk to sullen reel? Till aome blind Impulse fierce, elate Strikes tike a suns; through brain and breast! Borne arrowy gleam of tropic sun'. That quickened once hla sptendM might. Through all his troubled being rune, And floods his el!oweris with light. The cold. weet breath of forest elreams, Wind-blown between the vengeful bars; The lusts of springs ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 3 April 1903

THE TRIBUNE. Krldny. lubllnhecl 12vor.v MY TH 12 TIMUUNI2 PRINTING CO.. A. II. Kraoi.i: Managing Editor. Sutjacrlntton tn Aclvnncn. One Copy, One Year $1.00 Notice of School Election. ORDI3K OP PUBLICATION. I'hane 06. Friday, Apiil 3. 1003. STATKOr MI1l)l'Kt I'oiuTT orMosriinvnar In dirnlt Court Attlly of MootKome ry, Vont iromery mmnljr, Mlaaourl, In vacation lltli, 1X1.1. The Slalogf Ml.aonrlat the relation n. In Notice In hereby given to tho fiinlincil voter of tho School Dis trict of tho City of Montgomery county, Missouri, that elections will ho held In snld school district limine Itm Mprivlalfitia " t 1 I .. inn, inn. u id, mm), nnu umi7 of ,..." ,.r w i . .7 i, T t in IK'M itnvUr,l Ulnlnlna f lf, ''"''. . Dirli.tr. Oolleeloror revenue Ktnto of .Missouri, on wwjr u,. Hbsnrt. nun, Tuesday, Seventh Day of April, luoj. J'niea li.Mmheriy,ilfcndant r.ii'ciiDii tine. An election tin ii...i...nni.a,mi,ini on a proposition to Increase thai 'Nl"' i"i nth. day of March i-i mim ; rntooi ...

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. — 3 April 1903

'lViisi y i", THE TRIBUNE. Friday, April 3, 1903. Krntt nnd Jas. Mnupln Montgomery Thursday 7 Cross Roads Oats sowing Is In full swny nt present. T. K. were In evening, Miss Maud llrandcn visited nt Pat Conlcys Inst week. Lindsay Mnupln, wlfo nnd daughter visited Clinc Kstes nnd vrlfo near Montgomery Thursday .nnd Friday. Misses hmma and Gertrude Kraft nnd Lillian Hrown wcro trading In Wellsvlllo Saturday. Carl Iuhr and Miss Amelia Knollcr visited nt C. W. Kraft's near Mlddletowu Sunday. Miss (Jertrudo Kraft visited Miss Mnggld Conloy Sunday. Misses Itettn nnd Floru Mnupln visited Miss Onto Hondcrlcks -Sunday, Jno. Mnupln nnd family visited M W. 13. Holts Sunday. uugn isvons ana sister wero trading In Wollsvllh' Saturday. T. E. Kraft and sister wcro In Montgomery Wednesday. Misses I.llllnn and Gladys Drown of Oainma passed throuith hero on their way to Montgomery Tuesday. Jns. Martin was In Montgomery 'Thursday. Miss May Wcldon was In this vicinity one day Inst week. OPENING OK SPRI...

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. — 3 April 1903

The Secret of Animal Sculpture By MISS MELVA B. WILSON, . One of lb Four Women Sculptor Who Hart Commlattonl to Kiaeute lot lb Hi, Loul Kiposlllon. Success in animal sculpture is largely a matter of sympathy. Within a few minutes after I sec a horse 1 know whether or not I can model it. An animal has individuality, and just as a sculptor must feel and rcsjiond to the personality of a human sub jeet, so in dealing with an animal -good work is im Ksihlc unless artist and subject arc en rapport. kike a human Ixing, each animal has character istic poses. Mrs. James I,. Kcrnochan's hunter Retribution stands habitually with one hind leg bent and the hoof curled. When I made a portrait statue of this horse 1 could no more fail to take account of its attitude than I could neglect the turn of a woman's head or the slope of her shoulders. To catch an animal's expression is more subtle work than to copy external characteristics. Last winter, while staying at a military post, I wished to model ...

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. — 3 April 1903

1) WJIk Few Ilollara to turrit, the firmer or arllian deilroua ot chancing hit locution thould Invert la:ate con iltloni In Mlnourl. Kari.ai, Indian Terrl tnrr, Okliihnms ind Texai. "Unilnen Clianree." and other liitereirlina-liooka tell ing of the pro!prlty and nrocrm In the nr'".Potnwf it. free. AiMre.a "KATY." jot Walnwrluht nidK.,S(. JxmiKMo, Low Coionlit hTcur.lona from the North on tha nm tnd third Tumbva of each month. Aaeum "Twine t our houw, ehl 1U if.' tirn pretty boleleroue," Nupop ' l Hly ,o. One of them l grlroue., Philadelphia I'reaa. ThU Will Inlrrrat Mother!. Mother Grajr'e Snret 1'ondcre for Chil dren, uied ly Mother tlray, a nur! t Children a Home, Xeir York,, cure Ketrriah. neit. Teething dltordera. Stomach trouble!, destroy worme. All l)nijjliti,25c. Simple FlllX AddreaaA.S.Ulmated.U Hoy.N.Y. A ConTert-"IIe bellctca In the doctrine cf rionreililance." "l)oee he!" "Well, at any rate, lie leU liia wife run tblnga." De troit tree I'm., Tune Tint Duller Color miltet ...

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. — 3 April 1903

Mi 8 l 1 THE TRIBUNE. Friday, April 3. ooj. Frank Auchley spent Sunday In Mexico. Iluy your wnll paper of W. V. Robert & Son. John Ki-ndlc, of Jonesburg, wns hcio Sunday. Marlon Ford was down from Wtltsvlllu thUweok Warner Comedy Co., Opcrn House Saturday night April I. W. W. Roberts wns transacting business nt Hnllsvlllo Tuesday. Our grocery stock In full nnd complete. Hayh tc Kodokkh. Ilov. .1, K. Kerr preached nt Whiteside, Lincoln county Inst I Sunday. U. U. IllndcH nnd daughter, Miss A111111, of Mlneoln, weru tradlng'in town yesterday. .Mm Reynold of Hellllowcr In visiting relative nt IIiIh plaeo this week. Tucker McCluro of St. Louis at tended tln tencherH exnmliintlon hero Inst week. The Sherwik-Wiluams Co. "What are you looking at, John?" "Jones' new house." "How can he afford to build, building material is so high?" "That is all in your mind. The cheapest thing the farmers have to buy is lumber. Jones sold his hogs for $7.35, Ten years ago he could have bought that hous...

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. — 10 April 1903

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 11 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY , APRIL 10, 1903. NO. 29. Roy Marlow, of Martlnsburg, was hero Thursday- Hoys 2 ptcco suits double breast ed conta 81.00 suit nt Oovf.'h. W. W. and M. U. May, of near Middlctown, wcro hero yesterday. II. C. liegeman, ot Jonesburg, was transacting business here yes torday. Sco our elegant lino of Mo work shirts they fit any slzo man. Govk'h. Mrs. J. K. ltodgcrs, Mrs. O. 0. Hays and son, Kvcrmont, went to St. Louis yesterday. A. C. Logan went to St. Louis Thursdny where ha has n position with tho Ornftmin Dairy Co. 1000 rolls of remnant wall paper at 2 l-2o per roll. W. W. RoiiEitTM & Son, Dr. J. A. Evens died at his homo In High II1II Wednosdny, April 8. Ho leaves a wlfo nnd four children Itor. and Mrs. Jackson Gldden left hero Tuesday for St. Joowhcro they went to visit Mrs. Oldden's parents. Walter Oectlng arrived hero from California Tuesday and went out to Ilcllflowcr to visit homo folks. Marlon Spires of Wellsvlll...

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. — 10 April 1903

11 If 'it ft 4 THE TRIBUNE. nhllsheil hr TIIK THIIIIINK I'KINTINO CO. A. IU KKAIII.U Msnnalns- Kdllor. MONTOOMKUY. I I MISSOURI. Iloston statisticians figure the cxI of educating rnrli iuill In (lint city at A'1.12 per iinmnn, the highest cost on rrconl. And It is cheap at that, when the result, are considered. In the matter of the rcxirt of the coal strike commission tho miners nnnoiince thnt they can stand It, anil the opcrntnrs claim that they can atond It. The real of us will bare to. In forecasting the mjlodrnmn. "The Orenl lliinllck Mystery," which Prank II. Tannchlll, Jr., has been engaged to write, an editor eny the llullalo po llccmen hunting fur clews will fur nlh the comedy clement. A medical expert makes the state ment Uint ninety-six per cent, of the athletle men of to-tiny are nffllcttd with enlarged hearts. It Is safe to My the declaration will came no de crease In the number of golf enthuil HU. In 1870 0 ships passed through the Sue canal anil tlie gross receipt were...

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. — 10 April 1903

.si t , IVK&VjtiM Annie Hamilton Donnell. 4 lOIlATIO. Mrs. Wltltney waited ft reasonable period, then poke again, a degree TV,-" louder. 'ftsSI "Hornlinl" "Wlivl wIit. vn. Mnrthn. did you spenk?" "I did. I believe you're getting hard of hearing, Horatio. I suppose lt' nothing hut whnt wo can expect. Your father ttn deaf, and your grandfather before him." "Oh, hut, Mnrthn, they were old. I'm not old." Horatio Whitney's enre worn fact! wis eager and wistful. It ecined to he ttriiggllug to put on Iti rightful mask nt youth a man st 43 Is not old hut to he painfully conscious that It no longer titled. Almost nt once It Mttled hnck to Its lines uf care. With a sigh Ilorntlo Whitney gate up hi youth. , . ".Mayho I am old," he suld, quietly. "Well, I'm notl" laughed his wife. "When I'm old, I won't oik you for my l.'nstcr money. I suppose you know Sundny after next it I'aster, llornllo?" "Hastcr Sundny after next? Are you sure, Martha?" He sighed again unconsciously. There wna so littl...

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. — 10 April 1903

1. 1 HI i -HI 1M THE TRIBUNE. l3ubllthud 12vory Krlday. 11Y THE TKIHUNE I'RINTINd CO.. A. II. Kk.uh.k, Managing Editor. Subscription In Advsnoe One Copy, One Year $1.00 I'hone 96. Friday, Apill 10. 1003. by tho few democrat that believed In voting "cr straight" nnd to mako It look better to tho uneus pcctlng, headed It "City ticket." Shades of Ccascrs Ohost, City ticket, with nothing on It hut dyed In the wool Democrats, that boast ot never voting anything but tho straight Democratic ticket, "City" ticket with not a populist, mug wup, Independent or n republican, City ticket nominated at a Dem ocratic primary puro and slmplo by 75 votes at which nothing but a 10 to I Hrynn Democrat was allowed to vote. What will tho next movo bo. ORDCK OP PUBLICATION. r. ) tiuriit't. City nicctlnn, lor AMthnaii flitt WtrJ, C. K. IIALL. I of AUormin tecum! War J, ft. W. SAILOH. In Tnnrrul Cam'momoratlon of the lto City Clsotton, We ralllel roun.l I lie ttantlanl Iwya Veeerrlrl kimmI anl etrong Otirwi...

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. — 10 April 1903

r Reasonable PricesRight Treatment Is the foundation on which we have built our business. IT IS NOW TIME TO BUT: I 1 Screen Doors, -yyc are ci0,in., ol,t our cm-put rcmuntH at one- . Wire Cloth, . . Window Frames, '"'"l0' , , Ice Cream Freezers. All wool, two ply nt - - - - 30c. Hoes, Rakes, r-. GardenPlows. NEW GOODS In Chairs, Uoukere, Folding Beds, Kitchen Horse Brushes, CnbiuelH, Iron Hods, Dressers, Couched, Lounged Curry Combs, d , , f . Buggy Whips, Churns, Pumps, QUICK MEAL Ciasolino, Stoves are the bent and most satis- AVn can save you money factory stoves made, on huildera hardware. Let - ns figure with you. p WUTTnbprflA Bridge and Beach Cook Hi U . II II 1 1 J-J QL U V . Stoves-the kind your mother Mntnmn., nu,, AU found to he the Lt made. Montgomery City, Mo. Unmma. Born, to Klbcrt Cobb and wife, Saturday, April Itli, a son. Mrs. Missouri Costlbn, of near Montgomery City, was hero it fow ilaj-H last week. Miss Ltlllo Brown loft last week lor St. Louis to spend tho summe...

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. — 10 April 1903

BACKACHE. llackaclio I, a forerunner nml ono of tliu iuo.it common nynip loini of klilhc-y trouMo nml itoiiiIi llplncciiicnt. READ MISS BOLLMAffS EXPERIENCE. "Homo tlmo ngo I wa hi n cry vrcilt cxmillllon, my work made mo norvuusnnil my li.irk nrlinl frlftlitfulty nil tlio tliuo, nud 1 had terrible, lieiul nchrn. " Mv mollicr col k Iwttla of T.yillu I!. l'iiililium VcKi'laMo Com pollliil for mo, nml It kremcit to IrriiKtliL'ii my back ami liclp ino lit oiicd, nml I tllil not pet mi lln-il nn licforc. 1 roiitlnuril tn talio It, nml II brought lu-nltli nml fctrriiglli to mc, nml 1 waul to thank you for Ilia tril It )ia dono mc." Minn Katk Hoi.i.man, li:ml HI. A. Wales Are., New York Cly.tstxxfrfrHl"l)l"l'f ah ((,r0lf fttntnimia invt i4pttt4. I.jilln V IMiiUlmm'n VoKi-tnlilo Coiiii(iiui(l cure lieciiuno It in Him cri'iilrxt known remedy for hlilnry nml miuiiIi trnulilri. Uvcry woinntt who It puzzled about IhtcoikIU Ion ulioulil wrlto o Ml. I'lnl.lmiii at I.yiiii.JUuiw., nml tell tier n...

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