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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 15 May 1903

' . u mmmmtmatmmmmam 7 - -n? . , 3 tjito. va .; a rami Mistake. "Ye, madam, It It a fatal mlatakt to neglect your teeth. I lot a great drat of money through an oversight of that very tort. I hod a rich unci who prom ised to make me hit heir. He went to tea, During a tudden ttorm he fell overboard and a tbark at once grabbed llm. My unele waa a atout man) the thark itn old. Moreover, he had never taken care of hit teeth, and they were wretchedly jioor. In thort, he couldn't hold on to my uncle, who kicked him elf looie from the man-eater and wat picked up by a boat." "IJut how did you lote the money?" "ily uncle lived lone enough to altet hit will. Ob, that neglectful tbark!" Cleveland 1'Ialn dealer. k Objected to the Rale. 'I hare given up going to war a a nurtc," remarked one Denver maid to another, "and 1 wouldn't care very much If thlt country got whipped." "Why, Angelica, what can be the mat te rT' "Didn't you tee In the paper that the nurses mutt not be under 21 yeara of ger "Y...

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. — 15 May 1903

THE TRIBUNE. Friday, May is, 1903. I V, Whltn was up from St. Louis Sunday. Ice cold drinks, all Id ml at nil times. Hook Stork. James McQulo catn'o In from Liberty, Mo. Inst Krldny. Attend tho rccltnl it tho Opera Houso Thursday night. John CoiTmnn of nenr High Hill was In town Wednesday. Miss Cora Mocker went to St. Louis Mondny to visit relatives. Ho'bl. Northcutt of Price liranch was calling 011 friends hero Sun day. Miss Cnrrlu Perry of Wcllsvllla Is visiting friends and relatives at UiIh place. W. W. Hammnck was transact ing business In New Florence Wednesday. Miss Olotlnn WoodrnlT of Mine oln visited relatives In town the llrst of tho week. Undo David Fleet was In town yesterday. Hear Miss Clark Thursday even ing. May 21st. Silas E. Spires loft on his return trip to Alaska Sunday. Mrs. J. K. Ilarlcy left Thursday for Troy to visit relatives. Fresh candles, best In town. Hundlo Lowncy's. Fuller. Km-ourago tho "Afternoon Mus ical Club" by Attending their re cital May 21st. Mrs....

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. — 22 May 1903

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 11 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY , MAY 22, 1903. NO. 35. Books! Books! Books! .SPECIAL SALE, looks that were f 3.00 J 1.50 mid 1 1.00, Site Price Hooks that were 85, 71 an J 70 cents, Sale Price . ... . Books that were Cm. joanj 40 cents. Sale Price Hooks that were 15, )o anil 2 5 cents, Sale Price ... .. . . Hooks that were 20 nnJ 15 cents, Sale Price ... . .. It's Up to You. Fuller Book & News Co. . 65c. . . 40c. -JSC. .....13c. .. 10c. Drowned nt St. Curries. 1 Kmmctt Clnrk, aged nbout .'10 years was drowned In the Missouri I river nt St. Charles, Mo., Inst Sat urday night Mny 1U, nbout II p Ruckct Shop Operators Pined Charles Hunzt mul P. It. Htirch i who hove been operating n bucket , nlioj) nt thin plnco tho past yenr, wcro lined 8.1,'JOO each In the Clr- Chas. Krnft nolil 12 hogs to Covington Mondny, weight llfint $0.15. Leln Ilrlttniul wiftTvIsttod Har ris Mriupln nnd wlfo cast of town Hundny. Hob Caruthcrs "ot nl" wcro over on Loutro tho fir...

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. — 22 May 1903

53!!?55l Zf I"... . ' '. THE TRIBUNE. nbllshril hr TUB TIlllllINK I'ltlNTINO CO. A. Ik KKAIU.K. tlsnstlnr Killtor. WONTflOHWIlV. t MIRSOUM. American manufacturer were not tie flrit 't go Into the automobile In dnslry, but It It stated tiiat for ct try foreign automoklto now Imported several of Improved American de sign are aent abroad. The government liaa adopted a new rale to prevent the smuggling of Cbl Bras at Malone, llurllngton and other northern polnta. The Immigration service will employ the Ilertlllon syi tem of physical measurement aa a meant of Identification. When certain membera of tha Min nesota legislature tried to carry of! their desk from tha ttateboute, Clov. Van Sunt took off bin coat and atopped the operation by physical force. No attempt wat made to pais tha furniture oter lha veto. The present year will be by far lha irratest for Immigration In the Lit tery of the United States, right hun dred thousand foreigners will lontl In America In 1003, according tu gover...

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. — 22 May 1903

' THE TRIBUNE. Publlshr kr TIIK TIlltlUNK fntMTINn CO, A. 11. KKAULK. lntlii Kdltof. MONTOOMEItV. i i MISSOURI. THE HUNTER. I! U out and In the opf n by breaking of th day, II hnth a l ty? flirt tlraJlyalm. U d-Jth not hrtJ the bird ur bfuitt Ihftt crois hit frrnnt n Tor hei nftrr blKr Rarnf. No Indian wfur more proudly Mf troj.hlft tiff an! itnrk. Than he the tiejrts that dangle at hla belt; But Din Cnpil top to kUi each forlorn and RrtevnuM murk That hi rooy hatidi have dealt. 7IU wenpon are o!J.faliloned-hei ab surdly imnll nnj itny, IUm trait Iks through the country and the town. And when he night bin iiuftrry, the win are thoie who eayt "Da not nhoot-tor we'll come down." The ipMnx he doth oul-rMUe, this hunter alter hturti Ills triumph have been said and haw been sunjr Tet still he goes a-huntlnf, with his baw and feathtrfi) dart, JuRt a htfi the worlJ wn joung. -Vlrna Hhtur-1, In Canadian Mainline, CAPTAIN BIMS "STRIKER." IIV HOIIKIIT IIALVriitl). lie iiud forgotten t ho frie...

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. — 22 May 1903

THE TRIBUNE. .l'ubllHiiod livory Krldny. tlY THK TKIItUNB FRINTINO CO.. A. II. Kijadi.k, Mnnnglng TMItor. Subscription In Advance One Copy, One Vcar Sl.oo Phone . Friday, May 22. 1003. I'ruMdunt Uooecvclt Is tho (lrt president In ninny yenrs who neither smoke clg-irs, clgnrctlcs or chow "clinwln' terbneker." An ardent admirer sent him n couple nf boxes of lino cigars the oilier ilny nud ho turncil them flown. 1 Thu Stmidnrd mnhes Ilin charge tlmt tho llciiiiblicnn County Court nllowod The Tltlliu.Ni: iM) tnnni for two Jobs til n n tint 8lnndiird re eelwd from Its Democrat lo prcdo resMir. Now Hid fnit Ik tlm Htnnd iml U playing to Iho tir.ind stand mid In either not posted or shoots off nt rondoin. Tlm Iwi- Jolm rrferr nl to lire thu Court Docket mill Ciiimly Ktiiti'tni'iit. Tho .Stiintlnrtl rt'rnlviMl for pi 1 1 1 1 mIi 1 1) l; tin1 .State ment In isi'r.1, ThoTitiiiuNi: for tho sumo Job In IMW reeehed !f'J.". For Court Ducket nf 1 1 pages tlio .Stiitiilnrit recehed if()..Vl. Tlm Tl...

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. — 22 May 1903

L. ! HAYS &RODGERS Arc now permanently located in their new quarterx, Temple JJuilding, and arc ready for business. We have a large stock of.... and all goods necessary in a general stoic Xo matter what you want, come in and inquire of us, if we have not gotit, we will take great pleasure in getting it for you. X Pry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats and J Caps, Groceries and iNotions, Queensvvare Etc., f J X 'd all goods necessary in a general stoic i We defy competition in our splendid line of Clothing, Going at Half Cost. 4 Come in and examine our goods, get our prices and satisfy yourselves, wo know when you do that you won't go home without a suit. Our motto is quick sales and small prolils. All kinds of produce taken in exchange for goods, fresh groceries arriving daily, fresh vegetables every Wednesday and Saturday. Mist Ida Mornit wns In Mont gomery City s hoping Friday nflor noon. Mrs. I. M. Oliver received a let ter Tuesday from her nlcee Mr. Clmrllij tjummcrs of ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 22 May 1903

it Altririi look for thli TraJr Mulct Th Klfan. Ktwl Kitchen Kind." Thi 8tof without tmoltr, aihea or beat. Mike com iu liable cookinf . M-iantral." "Was the prtoner arme'I?" lrt--"Thit h wa. Why he wi an ntftriial, with hi Run and knlviM. War.d lie wii th&odfu ffUnrrt and looking dg irt ." Yonki-M hutf-man. !) not 11 ie re Pivi'a Cure far Crtntump ti'tn lias an eU4t for c-nuhn-J cuMa J. 1-, Idiyer, Trioitj .prin,;!, InJ., Krb, tf, I'M A mule kftk Ktik Imto ha can't jwrir.-lMf-oil rw Pre. Piilnim FadeiMa Drea da nil ataln th hnU or apot the kettle, ciccpt green and purple. A i mo t always the tnoat in -litter,, are tt jniHi gnfrou. htnilim, Opium muA Mqaor llnblla Cared Douk f roo. II. M.WooUcjr, U. II . AUaaU,Ua. (lnnd nature la atroofcr than lorntv ABSOLUTE " SECURITY. Genuine Carter's Little Liver Pills Mutt Boar Signature of 9 racSJtalU WrappM- iwiow. Tavy nasall ul May I l&ka Ms-srac rORNUtHCHL CARTERS rORBIUINUt. Iron uuoutNctt. fOR TORPID LIVtR. FOR CONSTIPATIOR. rOR ...

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. — 22 May 1903

. ft.";-. r y THE SIZE OF AMERICA. aalMaar n a Natlsia, AcecsrMaajla Traveled Irl.ksMsa'a lleaerlptloa. Cel. Abraham Gruber It Ik, master el more Irish Jokes, It ii raid, than are otLei Dim in town, In miklnt a tpeeeh tl a re eent rniWic dinner lie (old this one, satalha New York Mail and Kipre: "Micky Kiimlean, who bad been an American eitiien (or about a year and had traveled about this continent considerably, rtturnf d bone to lllbernla for a irlalt, Tbia k llie'way le described bla ne country U one "I bis relatives " 'l'hwy, Arner-r-rjea I ao bif , be(orra, tliol it you or to drrtf Kncland tbrrouth the shlatte you wouldn't lave a tnarrk in ttedint; an' you eouIdloitOireland In or,, o' tbrm arrest inland ocean t bolt phwat we tall lakes; an' if you bad Scotland tenet rid of, there are a thouand eornera yoo could bide ker In, an' nobody could tell where you bad ut her eicept, begorra, foi lie bad imell o the wbiiky." An Old Lady'a DleeoTery. Oarnett, Ark., May ltjth-Kor 18 yeari M...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 22 May 1903

f THE TRIBUNE. 4 HPlSWdl " 1 55, NEW GROCERY STORE f MBM Everything J. 1C. KodgcrS WIVH 111 W cdnecdny. Hen Admin cnino up on tliu cx rurslon Sunday. CharlcH Turner unit up from St. LouIh SiihiI ny, Itnlln Church of Si. I.ouli visit ml relatives Sunday. Joe Moseley of Olnry spent Sat urday ami Sunday hero. Henry Meyer delivered hogs toi Covington hero Monday. ' Mli Unrolit Sco mid AliH Wll hiiii drove over to Mlncoln Sunday. Try Hiimo of thooo good things ill Maiitin'h Giiohiiiy. I.nwrmieo llollcuhccl: of near High Mill delivered hogs hero Monday. A. V. IVrgunou win down nt Hugo Tuesday after n loud of Htraw berries. Samuel Sharp attended tho fStnto Hankers Association nt St. Louis thN week. ' Mrs. Nnl Worley of Now Floicucii vIMtcd her mother Mr. Ilnrtlcnux here IIiIh week. .Ini Scmilnnd delivered to t liinry Covington Moudiiy II head of hogs tluit weighed .'lift nt SnVri. Fresh Vegetables mid Cnllfor n I a Fruits on lift td nt nil t linos Maiitin OlIOCKItV. .MIhh I.lr.zln Pnulhiih...

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. — 29 May 1903

if MONTGOMERY TRI1 BUNE. VOL. 11 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1903. MO. ? Booh! Books! Books! Hooks Hint WW ,j.oo 51.50 nnJ i l .00, Sale Price Hooks that were 8, 7f and 70 cents, Sale Pike Hooks that ere fin. w an J 40 cents. Sale I'rUe liuoUsth.it were 15, joanJ 25 cents, Sale I'rLe . . Hooks lint were 20: iinJ 1 scents, Sale Price It's Up to You. Fuller Book & News Co. . ojc. ajc. is. inc. Mr. nml Mm. It. ICnmp of llellllowcr returned Tumdny from n visit to thi'lr daughter Mm. VamholT nt lloonvlllo. Misses Nelllo mill Grnco Scan Inml of Mlni'olit, al li'iulctl tlm V. ,.0. T. U. county convention nt . AVollsvIlio thin week. Thu TlilIit'.NK's clreulnllon con tinues to (jrow. N'uw minion nro added tn tho list overy week. Kul scrlbcr now only 81.00 u year. W. S. l'loyd of near MliMletown was hero Tiicsdny to meet Ills daughter Miss Mlnnlu who rcturn uil from n live month ntlcmlnncu of tho State Normal nt Klrksvlllo. .1. A. Mnhery passed through here Tuesday onnmtc t...

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. — 29 May 1903

.. . .t" r k-.--;1' THE TRIBUNE. uhllahrd br TIIK TltlllllNt: I'lItNTINO CO. A. Ik kll.Vlll.l:, Manadnc Kdllor, uo.NrcoMi:i:v. i i missouiu. Mi If il Now nn Indlonnpoll wotnon hot ob tained a divorce, because tier husband Insisted Hint the should tit up latt imd study. Of course, tlie court would nine juriiiitu ine uusiinnu on insisting mi hi wuc imringing on tlic wee tin uuuin 111 unrning mi nosicry. Pension citDce figure how tliM frtcrnnn Of Hir linlun nrmv nrr iltf. Input Die rate of nearly 10,000 a year, huh uic mortality among former con federate In not much less. Mors than half the men wlin look tuirt In tlm civil war hate answered the last rau- ler. Walter Vrnotiinn ( (iitarriu,fftl III hi work of uplifting iiiankinil by .1 l''iiunu mr tiitorro irom the woman who ha glicn lil ui no-llilril of her fortune tu nlil him In hinplilhinthrnilc schemes. Neither the cnurtc of true ini" nor the course) of true i)illnn lumpy rutin smooth. Sneers nrn no lotn're hrnnl tn tn nlnntl or on t...

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. — 29 May 1903

Mrs. Pell's Decoration Day By EMILY S. WINDSOR. EV Till': aid of the calendar hang ing on her wall. Mrs. I'ell found that there were 14 weeks before Dec jratlon day. She wasnotan adept ot mental arlth raetle, to that It was quite a lengthy and laborioua ptecr ot work for her to calculate that If the sated 12centi each of those 14 weiks, the would .hare one dollar and OS cents. She had Just flnlihed counting It up a aecond time In order to he sure that it was correct, when her neighbor, Mrt. Wllkts, from the next room below In the big tenement house, came In for their usual evening chat, fihe was a thin, nervous looking little woman of middle age, Neither her faded gray hair nor her dress wat tidy. She was a at rong contrast to Mrs. 1V11, who was always neat and clean; the was much older than Mrs. Wilkes, too. Most of Mrs, Pell's days were spent In office cleaning, while Mrs, Wilkes' time was well filled with nothing and Ironing, , After they had exchanged their news of the day, Mrs....

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. — 29 May 1903

I ! , ' THE TRIBUNE. 1 'iibllnliucl ICvory KrJdny. IIY - Till! TIJIMUNI! DKINTINH CO.. A. 11. KlJAIiLi:, Managing Editor. Stiusorlptlnn tn AUvanoo. Ono Copy, (Hie Vcnr Phone oft. . $1.00 clay, May 20. 1003. ;itiw i.ur - mtpicroo N6ott.llullerled? court Ihtii road nlong J'onr dragging It help H How l 1 1 fut in? Would tiny? Why do our mad oversew grnde rtmd wider thnn necessary, thorc liy ntinx Inknilf Whnt n dtHercnoe ltwocn yhat vnii luumet find what you get: but II. to it Illtln mora marked In fishing than .i.ythlng else. Tito Votidalln Moll ml Uapres jimi Mcn birth notice lt week . oil under the Load of "Now Muslr' There were lx girl and ono hoy. Tho six glrlti were born on Sunday mid llio ono hoy on Tuesday. He numbor thnt boy. Croso (toads. It.sccin; in If tliomlni were nil going by this plaeo na wo havo been hating only llKtit nhowora. A Sunday School was organ ized nl thlt plnco Himilny for every nftcrnoon lit '! o'clock. lVnchlng ntthlii plnco next Sun day after noon nt :i p...

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. — 29 May 1903

Li'.n iiiiiHTiTii fnftf'iV'-u i j inriiviiilitirt! nlHiH S3EJ IV li. IT . 4 Aro now porinaiienlly located in their new it:irtvrsf Temple Uuilding, ami are ready for IhiMiivs. AVe have a large ntoek of.... Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Gaps urocenes and Notions, . Queensware etc., i $ .... '., ami an goous necessary in a general more No mailer what you wanl, eoino in and inquire of iw, if wo huvo not'gnt it, wo will take groat pleasure in getting it for you. "We defy competition in our 'splendid line of Clothing, Going at Half Cost. Come in and examine our gomlH, get our prices and untiify yonraolvcs, we know when you do that you won't go home without a unit. Our motto w quick sale and Minnll profit. All UindH of produce taken in exchange for good, fit-uli groeorien arriving dnily, frenh vegetable, every YVcdiuwluy and Saturday. HAYS & RODGERS Proprietors, General Store, MONTGOMERY OITY. MO. O o O o $ o Amorlcun. J. C. WMosUl-oml wife of lit? Spring woro In town ...

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. — 29 May 1903

'X'."' AMERICAS SHOULD COMBINE VVlViiVIUilXlrVJLJLj I 0elie shim See-itec Ireei llliaolt. III llic pro'rcM of time and events, the nations of the cartli have conic into more intimate relations with each other. Ily the use of modern inventions, wc have, in a larc decree, conquered time and dis tance, and the result is the nations are Retting to know each other better, and differences are more easily anil promptly fettled. It should be the purpose of statesmen of all the republics, N'nrth, Central and South, to favor such measures as will best secure the interests of all. As nations wc can often help ourselves by helping one another. Our several republics should be one in s)inp.il!iy, one in disposition to help each other, one in determination to make the three Americas great in the possession of the highest civilization, and wield a rand iulliicncc for the good of mankind. The movement for closer relations between the several republics will increase from year to year. It has often be...

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. — 29 May 1903

ciitur to cotomuft Yba Barllostoo' Chmii lutre forlat tnar Oatls. Taks roar vacation in Colorado. Tit narkkLIy cbtsp dally tourltt rain after J one lt, and (rum Juty lit to 10th round trip rntti are lata than Lalf. Cimr to Min.tr.ioTt. To thN beautiful tummer rtglon dally low toarltt rate a of ap proalmattlr ona f ara, plutfS.OO round trip. Cnur to Ciuroaitu. olal balf ratra round trip to California, July 7 to 10th. Low round trip ratea than one fore from Auentt lt to 14th, wrlta tne ttftcrlMog propoM route, L. W. Wini.tr, O.I'.A., ilurllngton Itoutt, MM l'loe Htreet, St. Loan, Mo. A FALSE ALARM. ainavlar Soara ot a, Manila; nntoor of the tiratrncllon of Neir York, From Mtiico City there ccrriM In a jirl Tate letter ttui itoiy cf how the rumor be came current there in April cf tbedettruc tlon cl New Volk. rtrxtrli tha Timti! "On the altemtun of fje Si lntt. there vrat a rumor heie of a ternble ciitbquake and cyclone In .N'tw Yolk. Ererbody talked about It. and each one had a worte t...

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. — 29 May 1903

ejg-'iSi1 rTZSmmiiif fm yrr-rn n , jt , ; y UHBF" ' IT, THE TRIBUNE. Frhlny, Mny 29, tco.i. V.. V. Shay wiih '"if" Sunday. County Court tnceli, hero next I'loytl Kldwcllof St. I.oulimpciit Sunday hero. Mm. Aim Davl of l'ullou vIhIIc.1 vl"" Moll,1"' Momlity. Mrs. Chn. Ikmu Sunday. .Julian Ilnm It-ibcrlH U vUltlni; win over tit Hulls- hero tliN week. .1. II. Onrbcr of Wnrreiitnn, won hero TucMbiy. 0. J. l.ocku went to St. I.ouIh Wcdncrtloy nioriiltiK. lid lirlunm nf Dativlllo Bjiciit Sunday nt Wullivlllo. f!i'iir( .lolinmin of Onuiiiiu, wiih 011 our (treH Tui.diiy. Mlm Hom) Cluru roiit tlin week wllli friend nt l-'ultnn. l'rroli iilotik of onrfe-H and eriic.lt nr, M aiitik'h Hhociirv. Mr. A. II. 111 went to SU I.nul KutuiilHy ti vltjlt relative. Walter Mill linn treated I1l111ic.lt to u low bnpuy l tylu of 11 trap. Judgo rind V. C. lluijlie isre liuMliitf oimrt iitHt. Cliurlu thl Mr. HiidMra.Vt.M. I'huI vlnllod Mr. DevHiitt of Jouonrmrg lam Sunday. Jack Maldtti Bocnt feundnyln' St. Lo...

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. — 5 June 1903

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 11 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY , JUNE 5, 1903. NO. 34. GOOD VARNISH .AMO E POOR VARNISH ALL LOOK ALIKE .; 3WHEN FIRST APPLIED L3 II it Iho WEARING qualities you ihould looK oiler In buying. 552231 Wo aro In a position to soli you a strictly Rood vnrnlsh at n vory ronsonablo prior. LA CROSSE LUMBER CO. Memorial Dty, May jnth. Memorial fervid', In this city, Mny ,'IU, wore highly gratifying to to pnrtlccpnuta and attendants, al though frequent ruin nnd threat ening clouds kept tunny persons County Court Notes. I I'lnnl Settlement. County Court convened in A l.,,.liii.,rM nllJ ...i,,,,, i,.r,.,,. In Montgomery Monday n' n"-. ed In thucstntc of Journal Wednesday. AJILLA ANl)HUSON, deceased. The following nr some of H r u.rcl,y notltleil tlmt the muler prlnrlpnl Items of business trans- , Hi1MI,i .i,uirnlr of Dm estate fit homo. ilut without nlnrm nt jneteili I of said deeensed, will mnke lluul rnnrlng thunder or stor ml I k u I John Dcgnrnio presented n pe...

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. — 5 June 1903

uw . :T-,,T'-TTr r i ir W nrrm m r maniiiiTrMM" amBS 19 12. ! 1 f- TWC TD1D1IMC ' Compnny "F" Inspected. Irltl I KlDLJlNtl. I The past week Co., "K" Ith.Mo.l .Pu..llliotl ISvory Kritlny.j Rationed nt this place, was' y Inspected on Thursday night by a Till. TWI.UNI. I'KINTINU CO.. ! regimental lnspcctornnd on Friday A. U. Kkadi..:, Managing Editor. by Copt. Wlnnn, th Cay., U. S. A., from H. Hlley. The Subscription In Advnnco 1 latter Inspection wns mndo under One Copy. One Ye.r '-00jha provisions of the new law IMione . , panned by tlio last congress. The i iinmu litis licen changed to tno 1 "Organized Mllltln" and will here nlter be under tliu dlreet supcrvls ' Ion of tlio War Department, and 1 subject to the call of tho president nt any time for n period of service Friday, June 5. 1903. Chicago has liad Louis n eyclnne Clly a llood. n and lire, St. Kansas Th..r.. U mr u-ood roads talk i not exceeding 0 month. nmong thu papers all over the The company turned out .'HI men Ftale now ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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