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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 May 1903

i -irtV.'1 "-;'T THE TRIBUNE. I'uMllhrd br TIIK TltlllUXS: 1'IH.VTINIl CO. A. Ik K I: A 1)1,1:. Manaaloc Kdltor. IIONTGOMVIIV. k i 1 l V r MISSOURI. DRIFTING AWAY. I rtaJ In your brlgM ei tht dreams, of 1-lfe'a day; Hut I'm drifting nny from you-drlfllnr ayl X am drilling afar Krom Lift's storm and Ita star -And I oul.l I could aniser the praytra that you prayt Uut I'm drlfllnK aar, dear-I'm drifting eat 1 nould strike from your HferoaJ, tht thorns that would alayi llut I'm drilling anay from you-drftlni axayl The sorrow the pain You may strive tilth In vain. J ould bran llut I go: and I coma not again: I'm drilling aay,dar-t'mdrlfllnr aay! You must reap for yoursttf In Life's Winter and Mayt 1'or I'm drilling anay, dear-I'm drifting ana) I X hnva given you bread .Ami a .heller o'erht-ad. And may Hod light the lonely, long nay you mutt trend Tor I'm drifting anay, dar-l'm drifting anoyt u amnion. In Atlanta Constitution. rich in day. llut, mj boy, Chum- plain, he wrote to Lurdinal l...

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. — 1 May 1903

m "r',''WfWJ!)l,11 T it . EC a. t I, I. N, ( ( ,1 imi m 1 1 .lil wi MB THE TRIBUNE. I'ubllnlied ISvory Krtduy. BY-- TUB TKIUUNB I'KINTINO CO., A. U. Kkadlk, Managing Editor, Subscription in Advance, One Copy, One Year. Jl.oo Phone go. Friday, May 1. 1003. 15. J. Arnold & Co. might tnko n low IvitHonx tin "jrrt rich quick" I KchcmcN from thu Imourl legls-, tutors. , Tho Democrats try to nonxolo thcmiudvo by naylng Unit "ono party In an bud n tlio other for Doodling." Reduced to FIFTY CENTS A YEAR New Idea Woman's Magazine One Dollar THIS U the cheapest and beat Fashion Mifailne now be fore the American public. Itehowa Mew Ideal In Faahlons. In Millinery, In Embroidery, In Cookinr, in Wonun'a Work and In Reading: beautifully llluitralad In colors and In black and whJla. Above all, II howa tho very fasMonablo Nt let a Smei, made from Urv Idea Pat Ttanj, which cost only lot. each. Send Five Cents To-day iMMlnrtoarrof iSe NtwIotAWoMAa'i Maoauki. and mi tt exit Tl 1m M, nxwr II CAfi i...

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. — 1 May 1903

IHf r 5";' 1- ,V5Jtw p- "ji- -'v-v . -r V ' i r HAYS &, RODGERS i Are now permanently located in their new tpinrtcra, Teinnlo Building, and are ready for business. "We liave a large Htock of.... Pry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Groceries and Notions, Queensware Etc., J , and all goods necessary in a general store No 'matter what you want, comu in and inquire of us, if wc have not got it, wu will take great pleasuru in getting it for you. We defy competition in our splendid line of Clothing, Going at Half Cost. Come in and examine our goods, get our prices and satisfy yourselves, wu 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 X i t arriving daily, fresh vegetables every Wednesday and Saturday. HAYS & RODGERS, Proprietors, General Store, MONTGOMERY CITY. MO. s cents liiglit cents a pound is what a young woman paid for twelve pounds offie...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 May 1903

iw rue pdiiiud mmw Y;2rzr y "varr tiiii iiiiimiiii imiiiiiniiii ... . -A.. il. ni ill iiiiiii I I mil 11 iiii 11 ill 11 I h:...jj.li. ii. ' . I K-SO: IIL UIIUIUI.ll VJULUIMIUU VlCKSIllirjr, in "lien mc "B I ULIIIMIIII I IIUI UUIII IllUWt luuunpta trci. SOH lilinf ftV I'mifTiM V rfffr. Arkansas, In l.o thick c( tlio flBlit, Atlrr Four Month In Ite4 fl i IT 1 I.. .Another Addition to the United State Navy Successfully Launched at Philadelphia. IN ARMORED CRUISER OF FIRST CLASS. -lir wl a .rw Tjpr, Cfiniltlnlnsr Trr niriiiloai ll.tlrrr foner Mills lb Slirril of an OrR l.lnrr Oasma Irr ot CJot. Pratiadr of Colnrada Cfcrlslsncd llr, riillndflplilo, April 20,Tlie nrmoml Cruiser Colorado niM Iminclicil, Hat unlsr at Cramps' alilp yard In the prrnrnce of a distinguished gathering of nfllclats from WushliiRton and tlia slnlc of Colorado. Iiirluillnir the cn tire congrcsilonal delegation. Mini Corn May l'caliody, daughter of (Jor. IVnl.mlv of Colorado. liroko tne not' llr t wine on the prow o...

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. — 1 May 1903

Centennial of the Acquisition of the Inland Empire Which Napo leon Sold for A Song. PREPARATIONS FOR THE CELEBRATION. Ob April 30 Will be Wltntss.4, L Loots, Oat of the Moat Ins posing gpeelarle In Ihe lllslorr of ill United lliln-Three Dura of Sllrrlns Incidents. St. Louis, April 25. A nolute of 100 gum Mill announce to the world, at noon, April 30, tlie close of tlia firsl century of an inland empire that Na poleon sold for a tong. Seldom In the official life of n great democratic nation will be the pomp pageantry of monarchy hare been o overshadowed a at the dedication of the International exposition to com memorate that event. One of the most Impressive military pcctaclci of peaceful times "111 weep through the metropolis of the Louisiana domain a glittering tilt, play of American arms and the man, t the icnlth of the republic- power. Klngi, emperor and potentate lend their ambassador to swell the homage of till people to the genius that, by bloodless conquest, gate to the eounl...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 May 1903

) , 'V 1 ill THE, TRIBUNE. Friday, Mny i, 1903. Periodicals of ovcry kind nl tho Hook Store. Miss Loola Faulconer visited Warrcnton Monday. Mrs. In Lavl Wells went to St. Louis Wednesday. Tho leading brand of clears nK. W. W. IlOIIEItTH & 80.V. Oo to A. C. Hudson's for parlor paper In Kilt and Ingrain. 2t. Luclnn Mnxcy of St. Louis at tended tlio banquet hero Tuesday night. Hugh Cason has accepted a good position with tho Merrill Drug Co., In Ht. Loals. Judgo Tow Is attending the Oood Itoads Contention In St. Louie this week. Tho Alumni ilamjuct enmo oft Tuesday night In good order. IV tickets were sold. Mrs. C. A. Mitchell of La I'lnttc, Mo. visited hero a few days tho first of the week. Mrs. 0. 1'. Nnrllng of Gnlvn In., Is the guest of her brother I). II McCorty and wlfo. J. W. Cushman of Wnlnut (Irovo delivered Wm. Wnld thrco fat cowh Tuesday. Klllottlilshop sold Wm. Wnld seven steers Tuesday that weighed I2WI nt Simper uwt. Mrs.'J. W. Carrcninu In Tuesday from Scdallti to vi...

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. — 8 May 1903

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 11 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY , MAY 8, 1903. NO. 33. Miss -Mnnnlo Summers of Con 4ralia rvlsttcd relatives hero this week. 'Unklo'Jbhn Lotion loft Tuesday Jot 'A:ora'Ind.,'ea Visit n brother Who la;qullo sick,and other rela ttlvos. tfohc Ayers -iwas burled nt Wcllstlllo April I00. Funeral scr :mon wns pronnhod 'by Evangelist llny'Bcll. iLVIl KKcm ant! wife returned lioma iJrom tit. I Louis Tucitdny laftur -cevcrnl wceki visit to their daughter Mrs. DclltTInstcl. Mls 'Lnurn Mny Mllllgnn re Orammir Uraduation. TDUoiOraraendr School graduation examtiaes twik plncu In tho opera house Inst Thursday night with brute attendance. Tho class con-, slslcu of pupils, 21 girls at! 7iboys. Tho houso was nilcd to ltffullcstnpnclty and as a man ifestation iof tho much enjoyed prugTnm mot n single plcco w ronUercd lUut that was received Hurllngton Route located. Tho roulo of the now IJurllngtan Short Haw from Old Monroe to Mexico b boon permanently la clol fronittho f...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 May 1903

THE TRIBUNE. Published br TIIK THIIIU.Ni: I'llINTIXtl CO. A. lb KKAMLK, Mnaaalna- Udllor. SIONTGOMEIIY. Missoum. American timer nr such suceessv fut wheat growers that SO per cent, of thn crop (roM abroad. Eogland alone paid 47,000,000 for American wheat In 1001. The present prospect It that our wheat harrett of 1003 will be a record Walter. IJcfore Hie Doer wnr (lie debt ot Great Ilrllaln Ut $3,173,000,000. Now Ibo totnl I $1,000,000,000, so the coal of tlio "little war" In South Africa may be placed at $33,0O0,0o0. Tin Hritlsh national debt layabout four time that of the United State. If tho governor of North Carolina had been In 8U Louis Dedication day and had Jual mentioned nbout the long; time, etc., to tho acoro of rot ernnra who were preirnt, ll goes without snjrfiiff that ho would hare had an enthusiastic following to a neighborhood whrro something warm ing was to ho hod. I'm of tho legislature, says the Philadelphia Press, arc escaping dis tinction thla )rnr. Tho legislatur...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 May 1903

Visiting Governs and Other Officials Saw New St. Louis Out in Holiday Attire. PLAUDITS WERE GENEROUSLY GIVEN, the Inflnlte Variety of Ihc Parade Lent a lliim'ti II that the Mara Vormal nan Lacked, and Kept the Inlereat af the Onlooker Kroa Start lo Finish. St. Louli, May 3. St. I.oilt patted 41 ret tew, Saturday, before tlie gov trnon of the atatea. The g-org-eousnttt of the spectacle elicited from the exccuttvte a tribute of enraptured applause. The clvlo parade, latt but not leatt t the public tprctneic of dedication week, took place In the early fore toon over the boulevard and park route, followed by the procetttoni of riiuraday and Friday. Tent of thou eanda tatr It. and applauded it. coi k. j. nrr.scnn. Oram! Marshal. The governor of atatea reviewed Uie procession from the reviewing land nt the Vtorld ralr ground. Heady for thr Slaaal. The mnrcberi for the civic parade Ion, commanded by Col. Harry llmvffl. who wo heartily greeted. The pally decorated tire oppnrotu and the fire...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 May 1903

i hi: !;! V- 1 m ft It I THE TRIBUNE. TUB A. II. rjubllBhod 15vory I'rlduy IIY TRIIIUNB PRINTING CO. Kkadle, MonnRlnc Editor, Suboorlntlon In Advunoo OnoCopy, One Year Sl.oo I'hono v6. Friday. May 8. 1903. Biff Spring, The farmers nro busy plowing (or corn this week. Dr. Waltz of Hnrrlsburg P., was here ono day this week. Alliort Mnrnrn nnil wife of Mc- -1 Klttrlck visited relatives of thlg was hero a short At the lout meeting of tho City Coucll, a prtltlon wbm prosont uil that atiKnt body, signed by (10 of the business men of tho CHy and asking for the repeal of tho merehnnls license, It was ro fered to n committee and now "sleeps tho sleep that knows no wnklng," yet this most august body at the snmu meeting saw fit to reduce tho general city tax 10 tier rent on the nsaumntlon that tho money shark must havii pro-. .Junction nro visiting Mrs tettlon n ml tho man who works place Hunday. John U. Knox time Sunday. Those who went to St. Louis Wednesday from this placo to at tend tho ded...

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. — 8 May 1903

HAYS & RODGERS Arc now permanently located in their new1 quarters, Temple Uuilding, and arc ready for husiness. We have a large ntoek of.... Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Groceries and Notions, Queensware Etc., and nil goods necessary in a general store ."No matter what yon want, eoinc in and ininire of us, if vc have not got it, we will take great pleasure in getting it for yon. Wc defy competition in our splendid line of Clothing, Going at Half Cost. Come in and examine onr 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 arriving daily, fresh vegetables every Wednesday and Saturday. HAYS & RODGERS, Proprietors, General Store, MONTGOMERY OITY. MO. Mlnoola. Krldny nflci noon, ,Mny 1st, Mlss- Mlss aiovlno Wooilroof returned cs Nell and Urnco Scnnland gave homo from Mlddletowii Snturdny. a ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 May 1903

I. I Why Americans Should Study Chinese By FRIEDRICH HIRSH, t-rofeor of Chine al foliiml.la. (Columbia Is the ilrl American unlvcrslt to cniloa regular cnalr n( tlilnesc.i ltttt few people seriously consider Hie iroosition lo leach the Chinese latiKiugc in our American col leges. Yet llicrc is much in Chinese literature and history that would prove valualile to the western worldespecially now that China is bcitiK developed and Kitropcan ant American influences are creeping in. Why study Chinese? It would lie well for in to understand the mys teries of modern government life in China. To do so wc must know the native literature. It would he well for us to he familiar with the documents of the Chinee emperor concerning trade restrictions, in view of our increas ing commerce with his nation. At present wc iossess mere abstracts. Authorities upon these subjects have proved of great importance in liccut times. To thotc inlerested in national life the Chinese language alxiuntU with intere...

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. — 8 May 1903

Wat Yof VatatUa Trip. Th YUow.ton Park, the nation'a pit round, it larwr than the Slate cf Otlawara and ntarlj ; twice at ltrgc.it llhode l.land. At in me it eiceedt til other national p.rkt of the world combined, to in grandturaad K"rr, It it unequal.!. Here ire locited the eiiht grett gejaert of the world, ilouni Withburne, one of the Malta in the pitlc. bit in altitude of 10,385 ft. The whole PIk ' tUi" of wondere nnpinlleled. It U i from 1,009 to ,00O feet ibore the terel of the tei ind It therefore within the tone of two teaaont. Hut to rrailr know thit wonderland yoa akonld tike a trip through there. You can. not tpend a Ttcitlon iraion more profitable or more Bleatantlr, The Chicago, Milwau kee a. St. l'aul jtallway offtra choice of loutet to end from Yelfowitone l'ark. If cu ire intercttnl, complete Information bout the cott of the trip, choice of routed, train lerrlce and tickets will be furnlthed en requeat, F. A. JiiUer, Central l'aiiec tcr Agent, Chicago. INTERNATIONAL D...

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. — 8 May 1903

--wi til . ' " S" T" u r? Tnini mm Miss Susie Show was VBHHBaMBHHHMBHIMBHBBHHHHiHHHBHHBBHaHBaBanaBBBMIBaBHHB , I . i"C I KIDUlJC. Ulllo Sunday. ffjl Friday, May 8, 1903. f'.lf Den Adams of St. Louis spent r J Sunday hero. m ft m. 3" J ,Xt iff HorncoBurch of Mexico spent n fow hour hero Sundny. Mm. Chn- Cnrr of Jonosburg visited friends here Sunday. A lino selection of sporting goods at W. W. Roiikhth Si Son. A. Hnne of St. Louis spent Sun dny with hln son Will nnd wife. Howard Welch of llellllower spent a fow days In St. Louis Inst week. jAlncs Mlllnm of St. I. oil I (pent Sunday with his fatally nt this place. Hurry Holder went to St. t.ouls Wednesday where ho has n posi tion. W. W. May of near Mlddlelown spent n fow days In St. I.ouls last week. Misses Oertrudo Fisher and Al 11111 Minis visited In St. I.ouls Inst week Fount Olaru nnd wlfo of llell llower spent Sunday with relatives In this city. Miss Corn (lllmoro returned Monday from n few days visit In St. I.ouls. Miss Nettle Pa...

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. — 15 May 1903

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 11 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY , MAY 15, 1903. NO. 34. Ordclhelde's Report. F. A. Ordelhelde, appointed by tho county court to examine tho Collector's books of Montgomery county mndo his report to the County Court Inst week as follows; Books of '07, '08 nnd '09 dc- atrnyed. In consolidated baok tax book of lOOOllnds a number of nsmcs returned delinquent. Snmn completed showing duo from real cstato SOVIO.M. Personal 801.50. Amount claimed to bo collected by Mr. Graham nnd Mr. linker, for mer collectors, noted. No receipts shown signed by cither collector nnd nbovo figures tnkon from mnrlgnnl notes mndo by present collector, Mr. Unrdner. firs. KoMUng. Mrs. Nctllo Gott Hohlllng died nt her home 0 miles southeast of iW pluco Mondny night, May 5th 'llKX'l, after nil Illness of two woeks, brought about by child birth. She was a daughter ofK. C. Gott, born and reared at this place. Sho was '-7 years old. Ycnrs ago sho united with the C. I', church. About it y...

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. — 15 May 1903

I IT.1' I MlSSUUitl OIBItntnm I ft; 11 1 1 ! r - A "if. v.:- .! THE TRIBUNE. hllshed hi mr. TIIIIIIINK PRIMTIHO CO. A. Ik KKA1ILK. MuulU KdlUr. WONTCOMWIV. I MISSOURI. There It nothing alarming In the I sllmntr of government expert that It will cost ten dollar nn acre to re claim srld land In the southwest un der the new Irrigation Inw. Irrigated land often ell for hundred of uol Urs on acre. From the teitlmonr of decree T ftoer befin-e the Interstate commerce commission It appears thnt the price or mitnrarlte coal In perfectly con trolled, Lut In turh n way that It mar be illfllriilt to prove that nny law ! being violated. In a ton of coal delivered at Infuse In Seattle, Wash., n few days ago, nut found n sample of sulphide of At Denver. Col., on the 8th, ft build ing rollasprd fatally Injuring Mrs. Thomas McKernon and slightly In luflru several others. Official news reaclicil uoion, on ine 8th, from the capital, llogota, to the effect that the Colombian congrcsi had been called fo...

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. — 15 May 1903

HP I' THE TRIBU3STE. Pahtlahfd kr mM Tnmi'NK minima cm A- M- KBAULB. Mntn gdltar. W0NT00MKI1V. i t M1SSOUHL, r y A USEFUL BURGLAK. .Molly Carson stood nt the lop of (In- kitchcu stairs tliioUlinn with glowing fiiifror tlio candle tlmt she held iibou- her lu-nd. She hoard mice currying about mining the pari!" that Aunt .Sally hud left on the tabic when the went to her enhin for the nlghl, anil the shrunk from ventur ing into the darkness below. Hut ns he ho it ntoil. peering anxiously n the llight, n groan from another room needed tier reluctance. Lifting her skirts he run iuiekly over the stair, for Kdward, her husbnnd, had been seized at midnight with a vio lent headache, the result of riding too long in the afternoon, and was heguing deliriously for ice. So ice Molly niu-t have, even if it meant braving the terrors Id-low, The refrigerator wa in n lean-to opening from the kitchen. .Mr. Car ion found the door shut and fatt ened securely against nil her push ing and shakings, and th...

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. — 15 May 1903

fit' - ' . i . , aa"aaaui . . ,. iU.i Mti .liOW.lHK.T l-i iWW"lTf! ' V -n -i- . THE TRIBUNE. I 'ubliHhod ISvory Kriday. I1Y TUB TRII1UNI2 I'KINTINU CO.. A. I). Kkadi.k, Managing Editor. Subscription In Advanoo. j One Copy, One Year Sl.oo. I'honc oft. Friday, May 15. 1903. Tho City Council In looking over Its books found thnt under tliu then exlitlng rnto of tnxutlon tlmt lliero wiih loo much money In tho city treasury for which tliey could II ml no line, thin to them was it ileplornblo ntiitn of affairs nml mIiico thin Nvns n direct result (if tho merchants license ordlnnneo nml ni ho wns it Jolly toed fellow any how they would Just tnko oil It) per cont of tho general tux mid nl low the merchant (Iio'h n Jolly good-fellow) to I'ontliiuu to be.ir tho burden of tho mtiu who Kets buck on IiIh dignity nml collects III "hit rust," who don't believe In "doln' nothing fur nobody" let them do for themselves, but the mcrchnnt (O yen Iio'h n Jolly good fellow) must contribute to every chnrlt...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 15 May 1903

HAYS & RODGERS I BONE FOOD A i-o now iieriiiancntlv located hi their new uuartera. Totnnlo Building, and are ready for hiiHineHs. Wo have a large Htock of.... Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Groceries and Notions, Queensware Etc., and all goods necessary in a general store Xo matter what yon want, comu in and inquire- of us, if wo have not got it, we will take great pleasure in getting it for you. Wo 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 slud small prolits. All kinds of produce taken in exchange for goods, fresh groceries arriving daily, fresh vegetable every Wednesday and Saturday. 1 Miss Glovlna Woodroof Is visit' Ing In Montgomery thin week. Miss Dcrthn Dowers ilollvorcd very Interesting lecturo hero Mon day' night. HAYS &, RODGERS, Proprietors, General Store, MONTGOM...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 15 May 1903

f I" IS. ' r THE PINKHAM CURES 1TTMCTIM MEAT ATTEITIM AIIfl tsiuiu mm. Mrs. Frances Stafford, of 243 C llith St., N.Y. City, adds her les simony to the hundreds of thou sand3 on Mrs. Pinkham's files. When T.ydla K. I'lnkliamV llouw. Im wcro lint Introduced gkcptlc.1 nil over jho coiinlry frowned upon tlielr curallvo claims, but as year utter year has rolled ly ntid tlio lltllo fjroupof women uliohail I ecu cured by tlio now discovery )ia.t dIiiim gniwn Into a vast nrm of hundred.! ot tlintitatiil., ilniiliU mul HkciillcLiiiH have Imvii swept uway ai liy a iiil;lity florid, until to day tlio grunt Rood that I.ydlii 1 IMiiklmm'M Vegetable) Ciiiiiiwiiiml nml her other medicines urn doing; nnumj; tlio women of America It attr.ictiinr Hio nttentlon of many of our Icadlnir Hclonllit.i. iiliyjtlcLtnj and thinking jwoplo. .Merit nlono could win such famo; wise, thereforo, Is. tlio woman who tor ii euro relics upon I.ydla K. lMiikliuin'ttVcirotAliloCoiniHiuiiiL THE FOOD That Does Good AMiril...

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