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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 10 April 1903

r MINISTERS ASSIGNED. Aavtsatmeata Mad t Ik. Tklrtr-nrtfe MalbiHll.t Episcopal Oofr.a at Ir.hIL MinUll, Mo., March 31. The Iklr tj-flftli session of the M. E. cliiirjh conference cams to a etoie jcstcnlay afternoon, after the reading of the stiiioliitinciits. Considering the Im portant business transacted, the de liberation!' cro innrked by nu ex ceptional good feeling ind orderly lie barlor. 'llie conference secretary lubniltted the folio" lug report? Ofllclal kriievotcwe, tnrnlltth eentury orrrrlng, li,vlyj other benovn Ivucvs, S2o,li5t cunfsrsnca xrnscs, fl.ti to wurnuut ministers. $2,112; bishop. tttfC; total, M.f3. Tllo other report! submit teil shunnd on Increase In mtrabtrshlp and tlnanct't. The Appointments nr a follow t Kurmlnjtton district A. D. Hall, presid ing; tlili-r, Urn Boto. Mo. Alliance. David I'. Wllkeri Hlsmarck. Cverett It. May nardi lilooinllcld, Arthur II. Cainiiuefl) llonne Tcrre. Alfred J. Mari Cross, ltoadi. I'rancls M. 8llej Do Bulo, Da v 1.1 v. crows lie ...

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. — 10 April 1903

if imiiM r-if 8 They Start Tomorrow C. C. Wall and Bush Owlngs have just finished covering the earth to-day with LaCrosse Lumber Co., and Sherwln Williams Paints, Oils and Varnishes, tomorrow they start for the stars. .--c-w-u.o..c..-.o.o.o.0.c HIS! .1 THE TRIBUNE. I:rldny, April to, lyoj. I Kino mntl ran . at Govk'h. shirts GO cents Will Govern Tuesday. wont to Mobcrly lluy your wnll paper o( W. Roberts & Son. W. Judlo King Im working nt W. W. Hnmrnnck's this week. I'rathcr Usry nnd wlfo o( St. Louis weto hero Tursdny. Ilcrinnn Ludcrsnn visited rela tive nt Trusdnlo Sundny. Miss Anna Gllchrltt tipent a low hours In New Florence Mondny. I.. M. Holder spent n (ow dnys In south-cast Missouri last week. John Crews Is working for Milton Jones this wcok. II. T. Admns, of near Danville, was In town Saturday. D. 8. linker was transacting business In Joncsburg Monday. For high grndc, and low prices iln Wall Paper go to Hudson's. 'It. James Webb of St. Louis spent Sunday with hit wlfo at...

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. — 17 April 1903

Jmsv MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 11 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY , APRIL 17, 1903. NO. 30. The nnnunl llimnclnl statement of tho county nppenrs In this Issue. Look It over. Mrs. Thos. Kusscll nnd son ! Claude, of Price's I) ranch visited relatives here Saturday nnd Sun day. Minors Jennie nnd MaKglo Ouill who lnvn been visiting homo folks nt BIr Spring returned to this plncu Inst Monday week. Hock Contract. I will on Saturday, Mny 2d,llo:i, let tho contrnct to furnish rock for tho county Jail for ono yenr. I re serve tho right to reject any and nil llds. Scaled bids prefcred. Ciiah. M. Wilson, ShcrltT. Dr. C. O. Davidson nnd family nro now loented hern nnd tho l)oc v'tor hus his ollleo on Sturgeon street opposite It. O. Whllii & Co. Tho TltlliUNi: Joins with others In wish ing him success In our midst. W. I. Outdoor moved his family here from Danville nnd Is occupy ing the I'lsh property In the eastern pnrt of town. Tho collector's o 111 co will ho moved over about the first of...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 17 April 1903

Annual Statement of Receipts and Expendi tures of Montgomery County, Missouri, for the year ending March 1, 1903. lUXHMT TO HOAt) AND IlKtUOK FUND. To amount of 2-3 county rovctiuo dram shop license for yenr ending Mnrch 1st, 1903 ... S 2,107.13 To nmount from railroad, telegraph and telephone current tnx 003.11 To amount from rnllrond, telegraph nnd telephone delinquent tax 60.09 To amount from Union Snvlngs Hank, Interest on county deposits 300.15 To amount transferred from district ronds, - - 270.00 Total amount of receipts to road and brldgo fund . $ (,087.11 TIECKIIT8 TO PAUPKR FUND. To amount from county icvcnuo, current tax on land, person al mid mcrchimt tnx nooks ... g 3,730.10 Tonmmnunt from county revenue delinquent tax on land and perform! tax book .... 637.33 To ntnount from county revenue, current railroad, telegraph nnd (deplume tax book - - - - (130.70 To amount from county revenue, delinquent railroad, tele graph nnd telephone, tnx book ... 11,0.1 To amount from cou...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 17 April 1903

SUM W i' "- ' 1 , ,1 ,' ''"POV;,-ir' n j Issao Baker I J W Brltt W I Gardner J 0 Hodcera Buxton Skinner & Co V D Bond . . Perry Redman J Y Parsons Cnson's Pharmacy Wm Dyson J W Davis Issnc Baker Jacob Browcr Grant Arnold Standord Printing Co WDucy . . L A Duffy Buxton Skinner & Co P. G Whlto & Co li V Svrenrlnccn i Miller & Worley ltO White & Co Geo D Barnard & Co M M Brnndenbcrg August Onst & Co P llcnslcy J W .larks & Son J O Itodgerg W L Gupton LaCrosso Lumber Co Standard Printing Co OC Hopkins - Graves & Nowlln A. I Maiden J G Hodcera J G Itodccrs Ij O Goro P llcnslcy Newt Mallcrson S D Ham Duffy & Snodgniss Perry ltcdman 0 M Wilson ty J W. lacks & Son Chris I'earson J G Madders Jas M Davidson P llcnslcy l'nulconer Sheets & Co T T Johnson M M Ilrnndcnbcri; Buxton Skinner Co August Onst &Co (3 11 Wilson Standard Printing Co Union Savings Bank James 1'oiRuson - Union Savings Bank J W Jacks & Son C C Hopkins J Y Parsons J G Ho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 17 April 1903

J ! HAYS &, RODGERS ! Aiu now )crinanuntly located in their new (uaiteiH, Toiniiltt Iluililiiif;, and aro ready for IniHineHs. We liavc a large Htoek of.... X Dt Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats and X CflPs Groceries and Notions, Queensware Etc., J t and all goodn necesnary in a genend Mtore No matter what yon want, eoinu in and inqniro of ns, if we liave not got it, we will take great pleasure in yetting it for yon. "Vu defy competition in our Hplendid line of Clothing, Goiiig- at Half Cost. Come in and i-xiiiniiio our good, get our prices and wttisfy yoiuvelves, wo know when you do that you won't go home without a suit. Our motto in ipiiek sales and small profits. All kinds of produce taken in exchange for goods, fresh groceries arriving daily, fresh vegetables every AVeduesday and Saturday. HAYS & RODGERS, Proprietors, General Store, MONTGOMERY CITY, MO. : : $25 to California That is the Rock Island's rate from Kansas City. In effect daily, February 1 5 to April 30....

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 17 April 1903

I . 1 1 Reasonable PricesRight Treatment Is the foundation on which weliave built our business. IT IS NOW TIME TO BUT: Screen Doors, Wire Oloth, Window Frames, Ice Cream Freezers. Hoes, Rakes, Garden Plows. Horse Brushes, Curry Combs, Buggy Whips, Churns, Pumps, Etc W can wive you money on builders hardware. Let us liguro with you. Uritlgo ami Heacli Cook Stoves the kind your mother found to 1)0 tlio best made. AVc are closing out our carpet remants at one lialf price. All wool, two ply at - - - 30c. NEW GOODS In Chairs, Itockers, Folding Hods, Kitchen Cabinets, Iron lleds, Dressers, Couches, Lounges and the entire furniture line. QUICK MEAL (Sasoliuo Stoves are the best and most satis factory stoves made. R. G. WHITE & CO Montgomery City, Mo. Grandmother Wright left Tuesday for St. Louis where she Will visit her son and dnughtor. John Windsor wont to Mont gotnery Clly Tu'csdny after lumbei for his Brother Will who Ik build ing a now houso on his mother') fnrm. Olnoy. Will Duvol...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 17 April 1903

L 6 "A .' ' j ' IJk THE TRIBUNE. I'ahllihf-if br T ITK TIIIMI1MK PBINTIKfl CO. A. II. UKADI.K. Mao.tlnl Editor. JidtrrooMisitv. : Missoula t.'nrle Hani In loalng no lime In look' Intf up (lie romllllona for actual work on till! lathiulnii en in I. Oiih of the flrat (rm Hill be. In prmMc tlio beat nfi'Kiiiirila fr (lie health n( the mill lltuilo of tnliorcm. Tlio prmljcnt of Harvard tinker ally believe In the "loctrlno nf mora lniiitiicM nml Joy, nlthout rrllonro mi inniipy in the tnciin of (retting them. Htlll It la not bellevetl Pretl. ilrnt Kllut would vtrkome a ilrcreait In din Knlnr.v. It In nut altogether nn unmitigated Brief to hear Hint the alleged horn of "Huckleberry Finn" at Hnniilbat, Wlwnirl, linn lirrn ileal rnjed by lire. lire Hum epiiml another tumlibv lmvn Imck Hint might bare hecn tolrd (o tlin World'n fnlr. All ev.polllon li now "on" In Ilrrllii lU'iuli-il (o abutting Hhnt inn he done Willi I In? ir(n(ii nn hiimnii food, ni loo I for n n timi I nml nn mnlerlnl for ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 17 April 1903

The oU, lmrtibl r1rtu cf St. Jacobs Oil mafctt It th kinf curt (or Sprains and Bruises Price, 25c. anil OOe. DID YOU GET IT? Your wife told you to bring home a dollar bottle of Dr.Caldwells Syrup Pepsin If you forgot it, you would better tic a string on your finger to-mor- row mornintr and every time you look at it you will think of the medi cine that cures Constipation, Sick Headache, Indication, and every form of Stomach Trouble. IJ.T. noil, of Noblmllle. Ind. wrtts:"t ted It my duty u sir. lou a voluntary ireilmonlat for flyrop Irtln. Mr wire has breo troubled witb Cbroole CooatlpaUna la ft own severe state. We bno tried ell remedies wo could brr of. torttner wllb prrscrlitltoos from local iibystriaoa, end uotu we finally rot hold of your remedy, found DO relief 1 bul after Uklns your remedy for ft few Oar only, wo bare result. Itit ftro simply nimloui. I ernd you ibu entirely unsolicited, and will surely sbesk ft food won! for your remedy wbcrerer end whenever I m" Your druggist...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 17 April 1903

GOVE'S Is v MAMMOTH DOUBLE STORE MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI. GOVE'S MENS SUITS. Full SuitH - - - $3.60 All wool .Suits - - $5.00 All wool SuitH - $6.50 Kino nil wool SuitH $8.50 i Very line swell Suit $10.00 Ah good Suit hh you can buy imy where for flT.fiO you cm 1 1 huy lie re for $12.50 Suits made to order $12.i0 to ?i.".(IU large Hue. Our Slock of Shoei Is Full and Complete. MeiwVici Kid - $2.00 Menu Viei Kid - $2.50 Mens Vici Kid - $3.00 Mens Satin Calf with French hack stay - - $1 .25 Mens JJox Calf SIioch every pair warranted - $2.00 Large line Ladies, Misses, Child reus and Hoys Shoes - $1.00, $1.25 $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00. 'tUCt We are Price Cttters. Dry Goods, Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Hals and Shoes and carry nothing hut thu best brands in every department, if you want to save money on this class of goods you can not afford to pans us by " GOVE'S : ntowoort Block, Montgomery City, Mo wmmmmmmmsma THE TRIBUNE. I'rldny. April 17, looj. Tom Kellcy, of Moberly, spent Sundny he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 24 April 1903

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 11 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY , APRIL 24, 1903. NO. 31. Mr. nntl Mrs. E. II. Atgcrmtsscn spent Suntlny with relatives at St. Peters. m 1 1 1 I l I . mo icnuing urnnu ui t;igurs W. W. RoiiEiiTS & Son. Win. Welch and son, Howard, of Iiellllowcr, wcro In Montgomery Saturday. Mrs. O. P. Smith amfdaughtcr, Miss Lulu, arrived homo from Now Mexico last Friday. John A. Doughty, who In a lnw tudent In the. University nt Col umbia, was the guest o( Mis Ed na MnrtJn In this city Inst Sunday. Mm. It. G. Morrison returned to her homo In St. l.onln Monday af ter attending the funeral of her brother-in-law, Trailer Grave?, north of town. Governor Dockcry hns designat ed next Thursday tho dny of dedi cation of tho World's Fair, n legnl holiday. Tho banks of this plnco will bo closed on Hint dny. Tho Hovlvnl Services contlnuo with increasing Intercut nt tho C. P. Church. Good nudlcnccH greet tho speaker each night nnd morn ing. General Evangelist tiny Dell Is doin...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 24 April 1903

w'j 'f i:i.mT THE TRIBUNE. hllahrri l.r TIIK TIIIHtlNH rlll.NTINO Cfl. At Ik HKAIII.K, lnllii Kultnr. MONTCIOMFHY. MI8S0UP.L How time are changing In the llrltlsh empire, l'copla In Scotland protest against tlio king's title of Kd ward VII, ami John llrdmond assures tlie public tlint King IMward will In given n hearty reception, becauso bt li "friendly to Ireland." Sixteen years ogo President Hooae veil tnt sheriff of Hillings county, North Dakota. Mr. Clcrclnnd wu a shcrlfl licfore being elected to the presidency. An sheriffs hate o much to do with exrcutlom, why U not a hcrlft a proper person for the oilier of chief executive? The German crlltcM of our (ginnery hould cliccr up. At n recent hoary Run target prnctlca on tha battleship Indiana thirty hll were mailt In thlr ty shot. Bhnuld war break out be twrcn Count llcvrntluw nnd Admiral Dewey tha count would hats to de pend on milnnarlncii. Judgo Thayer, of Bt. Louis, enjoy the distinction of hating written the. judicial decision ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 24 April 1903

-J- THE TRIBUNE. nbllafcrri br TIIK TnillUNSi rnUfTfSffl CfX A. 1U UI:AIIL- MapaalD Kdltor. MONTOOMKItY. I M1SS0UIIL CINNAMON JOE. nv fiia.iki.i.x vvi:i.i.t: cvlkhi. About the head of I'icrre river uniong the Tcloiu there arc probably as many grizzlies and oilier big game as can be found anywhere In Amer ica. In the vicinity of my company's ranch the Two-Hell brand hunt ers seldom appear, and our boys, like cowmen everywhere, care little for J hunting. They prefer lieef and ba con to wild incut, and the light of big I game is an everyday incident of their line-riding. Sometimes in horse-play these men will catch and brand a calf elk or o young mule-deer, or one will bring home a tiny pronghorn kid. One day in spring (Ircvllng, one vf our (rustiest men, came in from Camas creek with a cinnamon cub under his arm. The animal was too small to have traveled outside the home coulee, and so had not become wild or ferocious. It was a malcand promptly dubbed "Cinnamon doe." Growing fat upon ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 24 April 1903

' iii i iiiiTTirniMnr""'" mm 1 1 I . 1 1 THE TRIBUNE. l'JublIflocl ISvory Friday. IIY TUB TKIDUNI2 I'KINTINU CO.. A. II. Kl'.ADI.K, Managing ICdllor. Subscription in Advitnoo. One Copy, One Year . . .. Jl.oo Phone oft. Friday, Apiil 24. 1003. It lined (o bn 1 lint dark brown Unite, but now I(h nliim. Oli nol Tho gang nt Jefferson City never boodle; nil thoso $1000 bill wcro tlrnwn In salaries. Missouri's Legislature I J the cheapest one of thein nil -no nay Kelly, of the Making I'owderTrust. Our Senator must hnvo over looked a bet, nobody linn yet ac cused lilin of Hashing a slnglo thousand dollar bill. I.lcntonnnt (lovemor I.cu took tho wrong train unci nrrlvcd In Chicago Instead of St. Louis but lie will bo In St. I.oiiIh by tho tlrnu tlii) grand Jury ndJoiirnK, r.ren't possibly mnko It sooner, hu'n tired. An nrtlcln appeared In the Stan dard Inst week criticizing tho pro ncnt county court for employing im expert neeniintnnl from nn ad joining county to audit Hid collec tor" hooks...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 24 April 1903

HAYS & RODGERS Aro now pcnnniicntly locnted in 'their new tpiartcrs, Temple .Uuilding, and are ready for business. Vo have n large Htock of.... Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Groceries and Notions, Queensware Etc., mid all goods necessary in a general Htoru Xo matter wlint you want, come in and inquire of us, if we liavu not got it, we will take great pleasure in getting it for you. AVe defy competition in our splendid line of Clothing, Going at Half Cost. Come in and examine our goods, get our prices and satisfy , yourselves, we know when you do that you won't go home without a suit. Our motto is quick sales and small prollts. All kinds of produce taken in exchange for goods, fresh groceries p arriving daily, fresh vegetables every AVednesday and Saturday. ! HAYS &, RODGERS, Proprietors, General Store, MONTGOMERY CITY. MO. Thomns District. .Mrs. Mnry Hcthcl In hero from Clarksvlllo visiting relative tills week. Crnyton Kirks nncl wlfo woro visiting Mrs...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 24 April 1903

r - r. -?-- ""'Tl.mTO-i.,V ' V mm DYSPEPSIA OF WOMEN. Mrs. E. B. Dradshaw, of Qiillirlc, Okla., cured o( a severe case by Lydla E. Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound. A (jiral many women suiter wllli a form of Indirection or dyspepsia which does nut seem to yield to ordinary medical treatment. Wldlo tha symp torn neem to bo similar to tboM of ordinary Indigestion, yet tlio medi cines unlrersnlly prescribed do nut teem to restore tlia patient's normal condition. fllrfi. rlilklinm claims that there In n kind of dysjH-psia that li cauacd by derangement of tho fetnalo organ lam, anil which, while It cause dhv turbatico similar to ordinary IdJIkcb tlon, cannot bo rellercd without mcdlclns which not only acta as a stomach tonlo, but has peculiar uterine tonic effects oa well. Thousands of testimonial let tors prove beyond question that nutlilnirivlll relievo tills distress lug condition so surely lis Lydla 1- rinklmiii' Vi'KCtnblfl Coin IHiund. It nlwnys mirks In hnr inony wllli tlio fenmlo sy...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 24 April 1903

VETERINARY ADVICE. Dr. Inil Trils Caaset Cowl la Kick and lion (o Car 1C tueklac llabll. There !i a question ni to tlic cause of n coir kicking. It, ai a rule, It causal by liartlt milking, ant! a whole lot of people, 1 regret to lay, lime nercr lcnrncil to milk a cow with comfort to the 90WI ami the result It he rrtcnls lijr kicking. It it pout bio you niny hurt thlt cow when you nttcinpt to milk her. Again, there arc com that object to belli; milked by men. In enscs of thnt klml, lei Mndnrts be the prime factor In treat Inc her and neer try the lioot nnil milking Honl for n curry comb; but curry her by gcntla haml atrnkct nnd ghe her n bit of vJical bran or tame other fnoit the may rrllih. It the then resents, keen cool. 1'rocuro piece of lull t Inch rope anil put It around her body Just forward of the udder, draw It tightly and tla with n tingle bow ktiot and the will not lift a foot to kick. Hut iln thlt kind ly, and when taken oft pet her and he will nine times out of ten toon ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 24 April 1903

K THE TRIBUNE. Friday, April 34, 190J. H. S. l'nul wits In St. Louts Saturday. Inst WIIINeldergcrke, ot Dig Spring, was In this city Tuesday. Conrad Sehroft, of Big Spring, was In Montgomery Tuesday. Ed. Brlgham, of Danville, mado a trip to Wcllsvillo Wednesday. lion. O. P. Smith mado n busl' Fred Drown, of St. Louis, spent! ... ' ' .,,, wdnosdav. I 1tr.11 HnlH. rtll nln VVIU1 JIUJIUI, fuio, u.o, bivi W. W. ROHKUTS & SON. Henry Hlllobrand, ot Big Spring, was transacting business hero Tuesday. Miss Cnrrle Crockett visited In St. Louis this week. V. a MIlloTroTiTJllllowcr. wns In this city Saturday. J. F.Ramsey, of Gamma, dollv cti hogs hero Thursday. Friend Wells, of I'rlco'a Branch, was in this city Saturday. Misses Kmllv nnd Martha Gra ham of Mlnncoln, wero stopping In 1 town Monday. Onu wav colonist tickets oro on salo dallv to tho I'aclilo coast and Flnvo Edncy and Leslie Lolten Northwest at reduced prices left hero Tuesday for Minnesota. yco our designs in wall paper. A fine...

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

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 11 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY , MAY 1, 1903. NO. 32. Friend Wells o( Prices Branch was hero Wednesday. J. M. Dutton of Prices Branch wont to St. Louis Wednesday. Henry Urocder and wife went to St. Louis Wednesday for a few days visit. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kamp of Ucllflowcr were trading In town Wednesday. Masters Jlromlo Ml Ham and Sam Shnrp Jr. went to St. Louis Wednesday to acctho sights. J. W. Perkins of the Bollflowcr Department Store went to St. Louis Tuesday to buy goods. Mrs. K. T. Norton camo up from St. Louts Wednesday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hudson. Henry Covington shipped four loads of hogs to St. Louis this week for which ho paid $Uv per hundred. Mrs. John Xanglo returned to her homo nt Kansas City Wednes day after n wicks visit with D. Dyron and family. Tom Thompson who Is farming down near Dig Spring this season w as In town a few days last week, llcforo returning ho ordered The TitlliUKK sent him. J. M. Fclklns of Amcrlcu...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 May 1903

OTjgjjiWpijt '''' rxi "WfW .!frV ..'1 v.. I; :; IIS ft. THE TRIBU2STE. nnllh kr THK TIUMUNK PRINTINO CO. A. II. KKAU1.E. Miuitu MlUr. IfOXTOOMr.ltY. Missouni. night new rein of anthracite dis covered near vt'llkeborre, To., are Mid to contain 500,000,000 ton of coal, which would give, employment to 0,000 miner for 200 yean. Yet the. find dot not appear to hare eased tlm situation for consumers to the extent of n tingle cent. During hl two day' May In St J-ouIj, 1'reildent Koimetelt will ad' dreu a good road convention, a the ological contocnllon, a taengcrfest gathering nml the audience at th World' fair dedication. Hut tht president' teraatlllly ha already been tented anil proved. The latest experiment In penning) In Chicago I the Introduction of the tihyilcal culture Idea In the Cook county jail. Hie principle Involved if, sciutitl In body, Hound In moral. In tome place n practical turn It given to thl theory by compelling convict to break ttonc. In ilevr of tho fact that within t...

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